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Yup they are "cheap as chips" ... because like everything the Army has, they were made by the lowest bidder!! :shock: Including the MT500 and MT350 If you look hard enough on the forum you can see the weaknesses found in all three bikes put forward by potential suppliers when the Armstrong was sele...
- Fri Feb 15, 2019 1:00 pm
- Forum: Projects
- Topic: Another MT350 restoration complete. Well almost......
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Over 50% of the motors I get to work on have got a damaged or stripped thread! I use Timeserts - expensive but will last a long long time! 50% damaged ! I'm amazed it that high. Evidence of more brawn than brain ! I've seen bolts glued in, miles of Ptfe tape wrapped around the bolt, chemical metal,...
One week to go chaps. I'm getting very excited. Looks like we might have snow again, best remember to take a hot water bottle Current forecast for Saturday and Sunday looking too good to be true. Glad I'm not going to Wales on Friday though, heavy rain all day. Does mean the campsite will probably ...
You may find the military number on the rear mudguard, underneath the number plate. Withams usually put it on in black marker so they could track the bikes when they were selling them. I did get the service history from the MOD for a S2A lightweight Land Rover from the VIN number. But they are not a...
Welcome Nick. Well worth giving it a good service, not a difficult task and will help you know what's what. You'll find information and manuals on the forum, as well as suppliers that will provide a kit of service parts. If you are using this for commuting, then you'll need to get another for off-ro...
- Sun Jan 27, 2019 12:10 pm
- Forum: WELCOME!
- Topic: New member from Ssskatoon Sk. Canada
- Replies: 10
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Welcome to the club. I thought the British Army may have left some lying around in Belize when I saw your first post. You'll have to get another for use in Canada