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Well I just picked up the bike from my local shop and it's running perfectly. The guy did an amazing job, he fixed a lot of stuff that was wrong. Things I didnt even know about. It sure did cost me an arm and a leg though but I dont care. I was enjoying every minute of the ride.

Anyways here are some pics I took today. I installed some bar-ends.







 

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Nice looking bike
Glad to see you have it on the road
What else you have planed for it

84 FJ110
77 CB50 Cafe bike now
76 parts bike
74 Suzuki t500 soon to be on the road
 

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Nice looking bike
Glad to see you have it on the road
What else you have planed for it

84 FJ110
77 CB50 Cafe bike now
76 parts bike
74 Suzuki t500 soon to be on the road
Next I want to get some Hagon shocks for the rear cause the current ones are dead. Then I want to drop on a Manx style seat and clean up the back with a smaller taillight. I also want to bob the front and rear fenders.
 

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What year is that?

That tank is cool with the black strip down the middle on top
As for taillights
I was looking at this one
http://www.bellacorse.com/bcc091.htm
not sure if its considered sacrilege because its from a New Triumph Bonneville site
but its more low profile and sleek
Kinda would be fun to find an old one too

Definately post more pics
I want to see what do
Looks pretty dope to me right now
 

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Ditacchio - The tail light at the bottom of that page is a replica of an early one, so no sacrilege.

drainyoo - I think your bik is clean and nice enough to just put rear sets on it and ride the wheels off it. It looks like a real nice bike.

Aaron
 

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What year is that?

That tank is cool with the black strip down the middle on top
As for taillights
I was looking at this one
http://www.bellacorse.com/bcc091.htm
not sure if its considered sacrilege because its from a New Triumph Bonneville site
but its more low profile and sleek
Kinda would be fun to find an old one too

Definately post more pics
I want to see what do
Looks pretty dope to me right now
Thanks bro. It's a 75.

I was thinking about this taillight. http://bellacorse.com/bcc003.htm

I have to figure out a mount for it though.



Edited by - drainyoo on Jun 11 2006 10:28:10 AM

Edited by - drainyoo on Jun 11 2006 10:32:40 AM
 

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Ditacchio - The tail light at the bottom of that page is a replica of an early one, so no sacrilege.

drainyoo - I think your bik is clean and nice enough to just put rear sets on it and ride the wheels off it. It looks like a real nice bike.

Aaron
Thanks man. Do you know where I can pick up some rearsets for it?
 

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Good info there... I did the same on my cb350 vintage racer, it works good so far. It's pretty darn cheap too! Whole thing after done was less than $100 bucks and looks cool.

thatsexymofo!

PS.. The lights you guys have there is also on my 01 Bonneville. It's a pretty straight forward setup.


T - "did you have that open or closed" A - "I had it closed" T - "Dude, your not letting any air into the carbs!"

live and learn
 

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hey drain, did you ever put that light on your bike? i was planning on doing the same thing and was wondering how easy it attached...
No I didnt get it yet. If you do let me know how it goes.
 
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