Bottom Pulley..More useful stuff on a rainy day.....

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Re: Bottom Puelly..More useful stuff on a rainy day.....

Post by lardmarc » Thu Feb 16, 2017 9:04 pm

Vtrsp1da wrote:You need help lard :D
I'd need help paying for all the work involved in re cutting pulleys.

I've got a few more hanging around, I'm building a scrap pile out in the garden.

I don't know why I'm wasting my time building engines for bikes that are only worth a couple of hundred quid, even if you had a gold plated one rolled in diamonds it would only be worth a monkey, apparently.
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Re: Bottom Puelly..More useful stuff on a rainy day.....

Post by lardmarc » Thu Feb 16, 2017 9:06 pm

Vtrsp1da wrote:Worryingly his probably got more we don't know about

I have. ;)
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Re: Bottom Puelly..More useful stuff on a rainy day.....

Post by mt bandit » Thu Feb 16, 2017 9:08 pm

lardmarc wrote:
Vtrsp1da wrote:Worryingly his probably got more we don't know about

I have. ;)
he has
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Re: Bottom Puelly..More useful stuff on a rainy day.....

Post by lardmarc » Thu Feb 16, 2017 9:13 pm

A full house.......

350
500
500e
555
560
604
636

Not just one of each, I've made sure I've got back ups.
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Re: Bottom Puelly..More useful stuff on a rainy day.....

Post by Vtrsp1da » Thu Feb 16, 2017 9:16 pm

Now I'm concerned I'm hoping they don't all need rebuilding
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Re: Bottom Puelly..More useful stuff on a rainy day.....

Post by bth2bth2 » Thu Feb 16, 2017 9:20 pm

and theyre just for breakfast :D
I bet he's really red rose bikes ?????
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Re: Bottom Puelly..More useful stuff on a rainy day.....

Post by lardmarc » Thu Feb 16, 2017 9:28 pm

No. I kill them then chuck them out in the garden.

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They're not as 'bomb proof' as they say. Delicate top ends wear out, overheat, rings and bore shag themselves. The best bit of the motor is the gearbox, that is indestructible.

350 ain't worth having, rob the electric start gear off it and bin it.

500 can go up to a 555

604 can go up to a 636

Once you start messing with them it's not long before the knackers yard.
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Re: Bottom Puelly..More useful stuff on a rainy day.....

Post by Wirralman » Thu Feb 16, 2017 9:34 pm

Flying Dutchman wrote:Am i a bad person if i tell you that 'Bottom Puelly' means something really dirty in Dutch :oops:
It may help you understand if the spelling was corrected
Bottom Puelly=Bottom Pulley More specifically the part that your cambelt fits around at it lowest point ( closest to the ground)
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Re: Bottom Puelly..More useful stuff on a rainy day.....

Post by Minter » Thu Feb 16, 2017 9:44 pm

lardmarc wrote:
mt bandit wrote:Well still happy with my viton seal and recon pulley for under £20.
I've got a couple that need doing matey.

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My Dad is still cant beleive that you've got engines in the Kitchen! I think he kinda likes the idea though!!
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Re: Bottom Puelly..More useful stuff on a rainy day.....

Post by ZIP TIE » Thu Feb 16, 2017 9:53 pm

Minter wrote:
lardmarc wrote:
mt bandit wrote:Well still happy with my viton seal and recon pulley for under £20.
I've got a couple that need doing matey.

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My Dad is still cant beleive that you've got engines in the Kitchen! I think he kinda likes the idea though!!
It's ok there's loads of room if you cook your dinner in the shed ;)
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