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Wanted / Re: yamaha dt1
« Last post by Kel on Today at 07:40:42 AM »
Hi Kenny,
              I have sent emails to you regarding DT bits, give me a PM with your phone number so I can talk direct.
Regards
Kel
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For Sale / 1978 YZ250 & 400 swig arms
« Last post by Digga on Yesterday at 11:56:06 PM »
For sale:

1 x 1978 Yamaha YZ250E alloy swing arm - code 81C
1 x 1978 Yamaha YZ400E alloy swing arm - code 82C

Both have a few battle scars as expected but very fixable & very usable or as a "pimp my ride" for a 1977 D model @ $50 each + postage


Can post pics to your email address ;-)
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Tech Talk / Re: tm125 gem reed valves
« Last post by TT5 Matt on Yesterday at 11:00:16 PM »
do a search for Suzuki tm125 gem reed valve on ebay a seller has 1 for ts125/185 which would be similar to yours,maybe he'll send you details of the piston mods needed
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Honda / Re: Honda QA50 Beast
« Last post by Mick D on Yesterday at 10:29:46 PM »
Like reading about your builds Alex,
You seem to have the makings of a great dad too.  8)

Hey mate have you thought about putting a handle bar pad on that cross bar,,,
just saying,,,
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Honda / Re: Honda QA50 Beast
« Last post by alexbrown64 on Yesterday at 10:07:30 PM »
$20,000 U.S for a monkey bike!  Also, the size of the tank on that 64 model... you could ride it around Australia without having to fill up.
The QA50 is also getting rarer and doesnt show up often for sale.  They are a great fun little bike to ride and will pull and adult around the bush no problem. 
The bike is for the daughter to ride, but i am taking it to the old salt lakes and bush areas where i rode one as a kid 40 years ago.

Cheers,

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Honda / Re: 1985 XR250RF issues
« Last post by fred99999au on Yesterday at 08:43:31 PM »
well, the bike lobbed into "The Empire Of Dirt" today and bugger me did old mate have a crack. seat off, tank off, shock unbolted, carb clamps undone headlight off, blinkers off, kicker undone,  collection of removed parts in a bucket.

Only thing he didn't remove was the bloody horn.

I removed the carbs spilling manky stale fuel everywhere, and I have come to the conclusion that this bike was built around the carbs. They were rested on a block of wood on the assembly line and the rest of the bike was built around them.

I thought I'd give it a short blast of ether to see if it popped. Nada. Need to pull the plug and see if I have spark now and if I can get the kick lever back to the top.

No idea why I do love jobs.
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Honda / Re: Honda QA50 Beast
« Last post by FAT-TOY on Yesterday at 08:32:28 PM »
  Spotted this on ebay UK.  I think I might have sold mine to cheap.

I found this on eBay and thought you might like it! Check it out now!  Honda CZ100 1964 Restored  Monkey bike Z50A AU CZ100 Z50M Z50A 48CC http://r.ebay.com/dZiZVH

  I picked mine up for $300 and sold it about 12 months later for $9000.

        Zane
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Honda / Re: Honda QA50 Beast
« Last post by 80-85 husky on Yesterday at 08:16:31 PM »
amazing...take 2 8)
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General Discussion / Re: physical
« Last post by alexbrown64 on Yesterday at 07:09:09 PM »
Geezzz, tough audience tonight  ;)
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Honda / Re: Honda QA50 Beast
« Last post by alexbrown64 on Yesterday at 07:07:49 PM »
So, the old girl is going back together quickly after needing a bit of tlc.
Picked up the re-chromed handlebars today, as well as two 4.00 x 5 tubes from a mobility centre.  Yes, it takes the same tubes as those buggies that our senior citizens are burning around on.

I painted the rims white and then clear coated them.  During the first assembly, the valve stem split from the tube.  I disassembled the split rim and the paint chipped and cracked. Cheap arse Bunnings paint.  I have now had to strip the paint and redo it in 2K.  Will be as hard as nails.

New paint on frame and forks.. new mudguards, new seat, new brake pads and polished backing plates.

Daughter is looking forward to going for a spin...



Cheers,

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