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Offline LeighB

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« on: July 24, 2018, 08:51:49 PM »
Hi, All
Thanks Kenneth for adding me to the forum.
I am new to this seen but not new to bikes, I have more of a road racing back ground and owned a small motorcycle shop in the 90's
I have jumped into this as i always do, boots an all, in the last 12 months i have acquired,
2x 1981 Pe400's sold 1 keeping 1 reto started
2x 1977 It175's sold 1 keeping 1 resto started
1982 Husky Wr430 resto and keep
1977 it250 huge resto needed
1979 it250 keeping
3x 1979 yz125f sold 1 keep 1 and 1 for parts
1980 yz465 not sure yet.
I don't Know how i have time to work with all these projects.
Hoping to ride the Yass Vinduro next month.

Offline 80-85 husky

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« Reply #1 on: July 25, 2018, 06:23:34 PM »
Start with the husky, will be a simple and easy resto to get you going. HVA factory for free parts manuals, cafe husky for any info, should be done in time for Harrow this weekend!! ps welcome to the forum

Offline alexbrown64

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« Reply #2 on: July 25, 2018, 06:43:37 PM »
Welcome LeighB,

Sounds like the bug has bitten you.  You certainly have a lot of projects on the go... hope they don't overwhelm you. 
Anyway, this is a great place for some advice and tips etc..
I had the 125F brand new. I remember they were on special for $999.  Never liked it though.  Got the 125G and when it was new, it was brilliant.  I wore it out in 3 months though.......