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The motor is pretty crispy.
Good for you and the young one. She will learn a lot which is important here.
You are a brave man J ;-T "French Lick" , hmm , did Larry ever ride MCs ? :D Dusty
Thanks for the extra motivation Chuck. This bike will be rolling down the road next summer. You can bet your farm on that.
Thanks Mark. I know of a place near me that can reline the shoes for me. I replaced the shoes in my T recently, MGCycle actually had some in stock. I'm thinking about using disc brakes in front. I'm fifty/fifty on it. Todd, that stand came about after I realized I can't keep tearing bikes down on the floor. Free square tube from an exercise machine left in our garage and scaffolding parts from my job.
A couple of thoughts -- first, have you looked into what might be involved with putting a post-loop engine in a loop frame? I think I recall something about custom lower brackets being needed. If you already know, nevermind.
As I recall Mark @ Moto Guzzi Classics in Calif. put a 1100 motor in a loop frame Eldo not too many years ago and had to lengthen the motor frame part to make it fit, which led to a clearance issue of the front fender. :D Might want to give him a call.
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