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    Default Classic Motorcycle mechanics. Sort of.

    I have been asked to put a bike back together by someone who may wish to remain nameless
    A very brief look over and it all looks straightforward and in good original condition. How hard can it be?



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    Default Re: Classic Motorcycle mechanics. Sort of.

    You’ll want an engine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ink ink View Post
    You’ll want an engine.
    There is a small one, but its hiding.

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    Default Re: Classic Motorcycle mechanics. Sort of.

    Those and the CB175 version were very desirable to learners round here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ink ink View Post
    Those and the CB175 version were very desirable to learners round here.
    It's a rose tinted classic.. a mate had one as a field bike when I had a fizzy. It seemed huge, but this one is tiny.

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