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I'm not sure. We were talking about it today. Fairings on a bike in a small shop are a drag, but i do like the fairing. will probably make one eventually. There are a lot of other things needing address first.Edit- I didn't realize those were YOUR pictures, Jim. Thank you for taking them and letting them get out into the Internet realm. They have been a significant resource for this project.
I hope you can make the fairing one day, it would be great.I kick myself for not taking many, many more pictures of the museum bikes, I took a lot of pictures of the V7 Sport because that was the bike I was restoring at the time but I sure wish I had taken a couple hundred pictures of the various bacon slicers and race bikes, I need to get back to Italy and the Guzzi museum, hopefuly next year....Italian panel beating is ART in itself
Thanks for sharing the details of your fabrication, very imformative, you make it look easy but I know its anything but
Nice job fabricating that exhaust nut wrench! Far more satisfying than just plugging in your MasterCard and ordering one. I need to make one just like that for my Moto Morini 500 and hadnít figured out how to make it.
Impressive work! Love your roller - might have to make one.
Oh man do I need to start working on my heap. your bike is going to be amazing!
I've had a couple of galaxies. FE under the hood?
The filler neck is long to allow trimming if needed. This old cap came with the original shrunken, hardened rubber cap gasket. Until that gasket has been replaced with ??, I don't know how tall or short it needs to be.
Cliff PM me your address I have a couple sheets of great gasket for this application. I used it to replace the cork gasket on my Ambo tank cap and it has been stellar.
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