"do up" the shed/garage?
lots of insulation, somewhere warm to stand on, tv and sounds, beer fridge, ....
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I have this one http://www.amoirtools.co.uk/Small%20Lift.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; I'd suggest that if you make one, either use the screw jack or add a brake to the hydraulic system. Mine has a ratchet type catch that prevents the bike from going down over time. It's a pair...
- Wed Oct 21, 2009 10:02 am
- Forum: General Banter
- Topic: Interesting one about the postal strikes
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I don't have the figures any more but it's interesting if you compare the cost of a first class letter in the major countries that we might be interested in (europe/canada/usa). It's no wonder that the post office is in the cr*p as we charge too little and the Government takes a chunk of profit even...
- Thu Oct 15, 2009 12:12 pm
- Forum: Pre-war Motorcycles
- Topic: Triumph L2 anybody? info wanted
- Replies: 2
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http://www.triumphrat.net/member-s-restoration-and-rebuild-projects/123054-1936-l2-1-rebuild.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; a bloke on another forum was after info on rubber knee/tank pads for his Triumph L2 He's in the States but we can't hold that against him I've searched the...
I've ever only owned the one (still have it) and the paralell head was invented to meet EPA regs so the whole motor is a bit restricted.It's a 79 E Mine has a lot of Anglo Bike (no longer around) stuff like exhaust cam, HD valve springs, dural valve collars and short ,pretty open megas. But that res...
- Tue Sep 29, 2009 1:25 pm
- Forum: Technical Advice
- Topic: Bleeding the rear brake on a Bonnie problems!
- Replies: 7
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I had all sorts of issues with mine that finally came down to a crusty mass inside the rear resevoir. I had to take it all apart and clean it. In the end, I've had to repalce the pistons beacause they'd rusted up and also the cylinder with a stainless one. You need (as said) to slip the caliper down...