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    1970 bridgestone 175dt

    Hi my names Ryan and I'm the proud owner of a 1970 bridgestone 175dt motorcycle. I've been rebuilding and customizing it into a cafe racer. It's my first car bike and first real project bike...Does anyone know anything about bridgestones? Any help with this project is welcome

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    Theres a ... what is it, yahoo group? Anyway, a group like that dedicated to the bridgestones.

    There's someone here who has a running one. Can't remember who.
    http://quiterandom.hubpages.com/hub/...sic-motorcycle How to buy a used bike
    http://quiterandom.hubpages.com/hub/...the-Cafe-Racer How to build a cafe racer

    It's like a Machiavellian 4-volume trilogy based on Hamlet senza misura with an ego-maniacal downs syndrome kid reading from a Rube Goldeberg-esque kindle.

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    Theres a ... what is it, yahoo group? Anyway, a group like that dedicated to the bridgestones.

    There's someone here who has a running one. Can't remember who.
    http://quiterandom.hubpages.com/hub/...sic-motorcycle How to buy a used bike
    http://quiterandom.hubpages.com/hub/...the-Cafe-Racer How to build a cafe racer

    It's like a Machiavellian 4-volume trilogy based on Hamlet senza misura with an ego-maniacal downs syndrome kid reading from a Rube Goldeberg-esque kindle.

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    Specifics + Pictures + Please

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    Hopefully you haven't bought a bridgestone project, but a running actual factual bike that just needs custom touches. Cuz if you haven't..... oh boy.........
    Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try Again. Fail again. Fail better.
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    Hopefully you haven't bought a bridgestone project, but a running actual factual bike that just needs custom touches. Cuz if you haven't..... oh boy.........
    Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try Again. Fail again. Fail better.
    - Samuel Beckett
    A tool is just an opportunity with a handle
    - Kevin Kelly

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    I'm racing a Bridgestone. I'll help in whatever way I can. A good forum to join is at http://www.bridgestonemotorcycleparts.com/

    And don't listen to Geeto there's nothing hard about these things. And parts are easy to get.

    Craig

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    I'm racing a Bridgestone. I'll help in whatever way I can. A good forum to join is at http://www.bridgestonemotorcycleparts.com/

    And don't listen to Geeto there's nothing hard about these things. And parts are easy to get.

    Craig

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    They weren't 10 years ago Craig, least when I was looking at them.
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