The bikes future . .

Re: The bikes future . .

Postby sneck » Tue Jul 28, 2015 8:55 pm

Fantastic, keep the vids coming
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Re: The bikes future . .

Postby RB » Wed Jul 29, 2015 1:48 am

I'm flying down to Florida in the morning (got some "Immigration VISA" paperwork to sort out :? ) But I am back next week, will strip the brakes and see why there is absolutely nothing on the front - drums rusted or linings adrift ? and Minimal on the rear - I suppose rather than "One take" clips I ought to learn how to edit them :roll: Thanks for the inspiration guys! :D
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Re: The bikes future . .

Postby Darth » Wed Jul 29, 2015 2:44 am

mitsui spy wrote:
Darth wrote:When you first started talking ... I heard the voice of Norman Lovett ...

:lol: Just played it back.

See !!! ... I'm not crazy !!! ... well ... :oops:

And no Rick, you are not ... but you are the computer that guides the "Triple Ship" ... LOL !!!
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