By Daiwiskers
#88672
If this has worked it will show asbo30 in it's favourite place in the beautiful Welsh summer
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By Daiwiskers
#88673
It worked shame I don't take picture's of my bike's
I might have another taken on the same day
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By Oatmeal
#88675
tribonnie wrote:
Thu Mar 26, 2020 4:27 pm
Brothers in law ehh
Yep T150, few upgrades and going cafe racer route
Do you still have remains of burnt bike
Richard
No,
That was over 30yrs ago....I'm old!
Sold everything else (and a bottle of Glenfiddich), luckily only the motor and some VW parts :cry: were lost.
I really lust for a T160.
In my opinion, one of the most beautiful motorcycles ever made!
Hans
By Daiwiskers
#88676
Top late to edit again
It was a different day
Both days I rode over 50 miles home
Thanks Paul
Dai
By John-M
#88678
John-M wrote:
Wed Mar 25, 2020 11:07 pm
You can mount the engine higher up in the standard length frame if you trim the bottom front engine mount.
Presumably you have to drop the engine down to get the inlet rocker cover off? Or file a couple of flats on the studs so you can get a spanner under the cover and remove them?
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I can remove the rocker covers from mine as it is, If I undo the head steady and front engine mount the engine will drop enough to allow the head to be removed,
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By enfield_trials
#88681
John-M wrote:
Thu Mar 26, 2020 8:40 pm
John-M wrote:
Wed Mar 25, 2020 11:07 pm
You can mount the engine higher up in the standard length frame if you trim the bottom front engine mount.
Presumably you have to drop the engine down to get the inlet rocker cover off? Or file a couple of flats on the studs so you can get a spanner under the cover and remove them?
I can remove the rocker covers from mine as it is, If I undo the head steady and front engine mount the engine will drop enough to allow the head to be removed,

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John-M
How are you holding the gearbox in frame ?

Regards
By John-M
#88683
I copied the Bullet mountings by welding on a tube each side at the rear of the frame.
I copied the Bullet gearbox mountings, but they are slightly longer.
Hopefully a picture will clarify.
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By mart
#88693
I did a similar thing but made up a fabricated bracket and tied it into the gearbox mounts for extra rigidity.
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