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    Oh you fool, I had that missing nut in my pocket all the time..

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    Paul Daniels eat your heart out

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    So so much work. But if you want to make it faster. PAINT IT BLACK

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    cheers for the comments

    i'll try and update it as i go

    will be splitting the swingarm from the frame next week

    then it will be off to be sprayed.

    still hunting for a couple of bits but if i can't find them second hand might have to go to the dealer parts

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheesy View Post
    cheers for the comments

    i'll try and update it as i go

    will be splitting the swingarm from the frame next week

    then it will be off to be sprayed.

    still hunting for a couple of bits but if i can't find them second hand might have to go to the dealer parts
    Good luck cheese and keep us posted, monster job, you aiming to be ready for next year?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheesy View Post
    cheers for the comments

    i'll try and update it as i go

    will be splitting the swingarm from the frame next week

    then it will be off to be sprayed.

    still hunting for a couple of bits but if i can't find them second hand might have to go to the dealer parts
    Sprayed or powdercoated? I had the swingarm and frame of my KTM coated. It's a lot more durable than paint and if you are having a colour that the coaters are using, cheaper than painting as well.

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    Man on a mission, but you are missing the new summer - it's just started!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwi_rsvr View Post
    Bit worried about the bags of cement ......................
    very corrosive material to be so close to your bike parts

    good luck with your grand scheme there ol mate..may it come back to life just as you wish it to be. Good job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by supertedlover View Post
    Good luck cheese and keep us posted, monster job, you aiming to be ready for next year?
    yep
    all being well ready for end of february

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    Can i have your tank protector then. please don't tell us your going to start polishing stuff up when it goes back on?

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    welll the final part of strip down was done today

    Roy at custom,resto & race split the swing arm from the frame for me
    removed shock & the other removeable parts

    When we removed the bottom linkage to swingarm bolt the bearings fell to bits

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    oh dear. how many miles had it done?

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    Good luck cheesy, can't wait to see the finished product squire dedication and then some that man

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gixerhowie View Post
    oh dear. how many miles had it done?

    has done about 10k

    it;ll be having a good treat of new bearings when i start rebuilding

    should be with the power coater within a couple of weeks

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    Little update for you all

    collected these from the powder coaters today






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    Looking good !!!

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    Hey Cheesey, if you don't mind my asking what did it cost for the whole lot to be powder coated? and who did it?
    cheers
    danglee

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    i used a company in tamworth
    Forge products limited

    i got a special rate so might be slightly different for others

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    Cheese it looks good quality, not sure about the duvet though

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    looks good, I like it

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