I'm a huge fan of reverse thread drill bits for extracting broken bolts
Yha I get it but I have about a 3 mile commute that i have done on a mountain bike off road urban with brief road and parking lot sections. No bicycle trails or lanes. This would have been perfect with the added benefit of being able to have an off road trail toy. I will go back to looking for an old Yamaha 2 stroke that isn't grossly over priced.Yes to an electric bike still needing a clutch and at least 2 gears and maybe some flywheel weight. Then it will work just like a real motorcycle. But they fail when it comes to trying to use computer controlled speed settings and enhancements. The things have more then enough power and even the range is adequate for hard terrain trials riding.
Trials bikes are only for use on private property and in closed course competition events. Unless you live in a less developed country and then it's fine.
This is the time of year the flies start to die off and people start thinking about riding their motorcycles more.Good deal!
How are the black fly's?
Sounds like a day in paradise. Enjoy!This is the time of year the flies start to die off and people start thinking about riding their motorcycles more.
Motorcycle people are great, if somebody has a broken bike here, about 4 guys tear into it and we get them fixed up in a hurry. Highly recommended support system, use your friends wisely.
What size Tcknic Violator jacket do you need? NOS Teknic Vintage Motorcycle White/Red/Teal/purple Leather Jacket SS2464 | eBay
FYI I think you can tell by the holes on the ebay jacket that it is one made post Korea. FY there were pants made to match the jackets also.
I've ground it flush and I'm just going to leave the broken tip in the abandoned hole. I've come up with an alternative fab method, and a plate is going to be welded over it. Nobody will ever see it.Was that stuck in metal or plastics.
if metal place a nut over the offending tap and weld it onti the tap
Did you pull that multi-start thread fast screw mechanism out and grease it up, that use to make a huge difference in Suzuki bikes that had a setup that looked just like that. Sil-Glide worked the best on the nylon parts.
Nah I didn't remove the unit. It's really just a locknut and adjustable screw that sets the thrust bearing mechanism. Just loosen the nut, loosen the screw, turn same screw clockwise until you feel some resistance, back screw out ¼ turn and tighten locknut, and that's all there is to it. The bearing itself is inside the case and constantly lubricatedDid you pull that multi-start thread fast screw mechanism out and grease it up, that use to make a huge difference in Suzuki bikes that had a setup that looked just like that. Sil-Glide worked the best on the nylon parts.