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Discussion in 'The Pub' started by kiffsta, Nov 3, 2013.
I was going to wrap it , heaps easier
weather was awesome last week which is kinda rare in uk, wacked the ybr250 around and loved every minite of it,to be honest I love twanging in rain as well ,love my ybr its awesome
No need to sand it... just wrap it... cheaper and easier... oh yes, have someone else wrap it...lol
How about a sportsbike version of this ?
Picked up a tl250 for wrecking ,
But it is mostly there , might tidy this one up as a little shop project
she is alive, vid is uploading to youtube now
To wreck, or not to wreck? That is the question...
Nah, I think I have a buyer lined up, Phil is cleaning it up
Looks heaps better, he just washed and polished rhebyears right off it
Wow... talk about before and after shots... surely the engine has been painted to look that different.. especially the engine cover
Great job there guys...
Haha , one of my customers has one already and dropped in today to show me what they should look like once fixed up, he bought mine as he has a rather large collection of trials bikes and dirt bikes , this one will get a full resto and be ridden in vintage comps , he also said his grand kids like the trials bikes as the seats are much lower.
In and out within 24 hours
I also picked up a husky wr300, @ShaneP has given me the rundown on costs to fix it up, and I am quite scared . anyone want to buy a slightly used kidney to help
offset rhe costs of rebuilding it ?
Well you better flip that one too.
I bought a 2nd hand Husky TE449 a while back and had heaps of electrical problems so gave to my son and he got rid of it. My Maico is 38 years old and I've never had any problems with it.
Can’t find a decent priced maico anymore , they are big $$$ bikes now
I do need to find a decent trail bike for my son , he wants to go riding again, maybe a dr250 or similar
Or a KX500
bought 2 fag front wheel bearings for the old honda.slipped the plastic side covers off and surprise had a good amount of lithium grease. topped up with nulon hi temp bearing grease and slipped side covers back on and fitted in wheel. murdo had said in earlier thread that skf had little grease. fag are made in korea.
There were a couple of xt225/250, both for $400, up here, which I forgot to mention...
Nothing... and probably wont this weekend now... looks like I will be spending a couple of hours trying to flood-proof the garage door.
Massive storm on Thursday late afternoon...Hail damage to the Jeep (company care so doesnt really matter) and the Granny flat on the back of the garage has a heap of water go through it.. so much washing and drying of towels to mop it up.
new lower garage door seal yesterday but another storm today and water got in again.. so I have been out.. bought some special rubber strip that needs to be glued to the concrete that the door seals on... that will lift the seal level another 15mm and should (touch wood) stop most if not all water coming through... crappy storm water drains cant cope with the water...grrrrr
If I glue it down today I cant open the door for 24 hrs so that basically kills this weekend.. and I am in Melbourne Friday and Saturday next weekend... cant seem to get a decent run at this engine.
Wish you could bring your water up here.