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Author Topic: Post a pic of your motorcycle as it sits  (Read 128130 times)

Offline beachcomber

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Re: Post a pic of your motorcycle as it sits
« Reply #1180 on: Sep 07, 2019, 18:32:53 »
DJT - HOW THE HELL DO YOU PICK WHICH ONE TO RIDE !!!!!!!!!!!
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Offline Rat_ranger

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Re: Post a pic of your motorcycle as it sits
« Reply #1181 on: Sep 08, 2019, 00:10:26 »
I heard a bang of thunder and had to do some quick shifting.  Now 4 out of 6 bikes are in the garage.  The XS tracker on the lift, motor on the stand.  The XS cafe on its wheels.  The Tiger 800 had to get the left pannier removed to go on the kickstand.  And the cb400f is in pieces all over.  Outside are the 2 sad SL90s, but all the engine parts are inside.

Offline surffly

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Re: Post a pic of your motorcycle as it sits
« Reply #1182 on: Sep 09, 2019, 22:49:02 »
Naked Bimota

Offline Psychopasta

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Re: Post a pic of your motorcycle as it sits
« Reply #1183 on: Sep 10, 2019, 01:25:35 »
OK, here's my bikes right now:

Guzzi and Bobber:


Bobber and Goldwing:


Goldwing, Bobber and Guzzi:


BSA:


Offline grandpaul

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Re: Post a pic of your motorcycle as it sits
« Reply #1184 on: Sep 10, 2019, 10:56:44 »
Had to do the best I could cutting and pasting 5 photos to get in MOST of my bikes, 5 others are in the shop and I didn't get pix of them when I finished moving them. I am now 280 miles from 12 of them, I could only fit 6 in my half of our new garage...

It ain't braggin' if ya done it.

Offline Psychopasta

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Re: Post a pic of your motorcycle as it sits
« Reply #1185 on: Sep 10, 2019, 16:07:19 »
Bobber parked up outside the garage:


Offline sasquach

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Re: Post a pic of your motorcycle as it sits
« Reply #1186 on: Sep 18, 2019, 09:48:04 »
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Offline teazer

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Re: Post a pic of your motorcycle as it sits
« Reply #1187 on: Sep 18, 2019, 14:23:31 »
I heard a bang of thunder and had to do some quick shifting.  Now 4 out of 6 bikes are in the garage.  The XS tracker on the lift, motor on the stand.  The XS cafe on its wheels.  The Tiger 800 had to get the left pannier removed to go on the kickstand.  And the cb400f is in pieces all over.  Outside are the 2 sad SL90s, but all the engine parts are inside.

Thank goodness that I'm not the only one with too many projects to trip over.

Offline pidjones

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Re: Post a pic of your motorcycle as it sits
« Reply #1188 on: Sep 18, 2019, 14:35:03 »
Hunley has the carbs off to see why #2 keeps running too rich. I think I found the problem - the needle jet was wallowed out. Didn't have the correct spare, but I think one from the '79 junker will do until I get the correct one.
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Offline Rider52

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Re: Post a pic of your motorcycle as it sits
« Reply #1189 on: Sep 19, 2019, 18:38:19 »
One of my current "sweep the floor" projects. 1963 CL72 Honda 250 Scrambler frame, swingarm and rear wheel. 1972 Honda CL350 forks and front wheel. All cobbled together in a couple of hours from parts leftover from previous projects. It will be powered by a 60s Honda CA 77 305 Dream motor.
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