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icon29 Apr 2018 12:55
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Fretmeister
The Aquaduct?,
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icon29 Apr 2018 13:04
:lol:

Been looking at buying an XT250 and the prices for non roadworthy ones is ridiculous.
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Paul Pomodoro
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Bonneville (09->)


icon29 Apr 2018 14:08
Fret:
Been looking at buying an XT250....


I hired a Serrow XT225 once and had fun on it. They don't have the classic XT500/250 looks, but might do a similar job at a more reasonable price.
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Fretmeister
The Aquaduct?,
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icon29 Apr 2018 14:12
Looked at those too :thumbup:

I had 2 XT250's and they were not popular in the early 80's.
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----KK----
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icon29 Apr 2018 14:51
Or you could just buy a modern one instead of old s!$%....
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ST
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icon29 Apr 2018 15:28
"Your old s!$% is our Bread & Butter " .......


seen on a Septic Tank Pumping vehicle in Hartley Witney, Hants ....
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PaulM
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icon29 Apr 2018 15:37
As I get older i realisable all the old stuff is basically total crap, people only buy them for so called nostalgia or worse still an investment. Me I just want something that works. I'm happy without any off it. :grin::grin::grin:
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jaguartvr
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icon29 Apr 2018 16:37
Written by PtB by any chance?
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Nice n Fat
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icon29 Apr 2018 18:52
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Fretmeister
The Aquaduct?,
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icon29 Apr 2018 21:07
Head gasket change in under an hour on a B series.
I did it so often :lol:
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Exuptoy
Maesteg, Mid Glam,
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Daytona 675


icon30 Apr 2018 09:16
....or 4 hours on an A Series to change the bypass hose without taking off the head as you were trying to save work and time! (and no skin on your knuckles by the time you had finished!):lol:
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jaguartvr
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icon30 Apr 2018 17:27
Exuptoy:
....or 4 hours on an A Series to change the bypass hose without taking off the head as you were trying to save work and time! (and no skin on your knuckles by the time you had finished!):lol:




Oh god, that takes me back!
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Fretmeister
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icon30 Apr 2018 19:04
Easy, they did a wee flexi collapsible thing :lol:
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Riggsy
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Street Triple R


icon06 May 2018 18:26


:lol::lol:
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