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  1. Seller is an Irish fella called Dom - buggered if I know where he has picked all these bits up from.
  2. 360 Sent from my CLT-L09 using Tapatalk
  3. Would you bin off the indicators then on the final build? Assuming that you do eventually want working front and rear lights. Butt yeah. Horn and rear reflextirmabob. Make sure there are no switches for the lights too. Sent from my CLT-L09 using Tapatalk
  4. I think there was a full auto version of this engine on some cubs and many many tiny pit bikes / kiddie bikes. Lifan engine route sounds best though Sent from my CLT-L09 using Tapatalk
  5. Shite bike thread meet shite bike - Honda P50 last of the "Winged Wheels" With spare engine...
  6. What is the craic with regards cars dumped on private land - how does the landowner become the legal owner so that he can scrap them? I once helped a GP remove a couple of dumped cars off his land back in the days when scrapped cars were worth nowt. Strikes me as these days there would be worth a few quid, so rather than drag them out onto the road you could drag them off to the scrappers.
  7. Yup, thats about it. All sorted for another 12 months - the new Pirellis seem a lot less inclined to find every undulation in the road than the King Road tyres that have been binned off. To be fair the ones that were one would have passed an MOT, but they were nearing the end of their life anyway and the front was cracking on the sidewall, I could have boot polished it for the MOT but thats false economy.
  8. Bumflan in for its MOT and new rubber. Rear bearing borked upon inspection Fitted an OBD2 dummy socket and relocated the socket behind a panel on the dash. Much easier to connect into now. An hour of my head under the dashboard farting about but in the original location has a OE looking socket that has power but no data. The OBD2 is now hiding behind a dash panel and is eleventy thousand times easier to access. Then fitted a better 12v socket in the back and also a USB power point. Annoyingly I also fitted a digital voltage display because I had one kicking about and then when I powered on I found the USB port had a voltmeter built in. Sent from my CLT-L09 using Tapatalk
  9. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-north-west-wales-21087633 Capable off road - personally Id ditch the bull bars, but thats just me. Noice.
  10. These have aged really well, I'd like one at some point in the future.
  11. The pink K series Metrover @DoctorRetro
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