On the lowering spacers... I went with the 2" drop at first but later replaced them with the 1" versions. 2" was way too low.
They were but split up in the 30's IIRC.
I'd take that Triumph. TR5?
That is a weapon fer sure.
In my current mindset (keep breathing to keep pension checks coming) I much prefer the older, slower bikes.
I'm a hack welder but an expert grinder.
It was a minor annoyance but now I don't even notice it.
I tried two sets of cheap, universal rear sets before I bit the bullet and purchased some made for the XS650.
You'll have to get used to the...
Quite right and just as shallow which is why you'll never see those ugly windfarms off Martha's Vineyard or Malibu.
Yeah. It looks liker you are taking a bunch of blue-hairs to Bingo :laugh2::laugh2::laugh2:
Boy not me. I was a car guy way before I was a bike guy. My go-to ride is my classic Bronco. If not that I'm in my Triumph GT6 or 1965 Mustang or...
It has nothing to do with need but I'll let my friend Jeff know Kevin Cameron does not approve of his choices.
My friend got a free golf cart from our benevolent government because it was presumed he was taking a gas burner off the road and was showered...
I keep reading about all the wonderful battery advances but I still can't buy a car battery that will last more than three years...:umm:
Welcome. Are you going to reassemble a Special or something else...?
Prayers for a speedy recovery.
I use these guys for any custom work. Not cheap but very high quality and will build you what ever you want.
Is that tank going to work? We ended up going with one from an ATK. 4.0 gallons provides a lot of range.
Met some retiree friends at the local brewery to tell some lies and talk a little treason. Not a long ride but it was nice to get the 650 out. She...
So fortunate I have kids who I can guilt into coming to get me. Both have had the pleasure and both times it was the XS650. If it was the wife...
I always wanted a Rickman Metisse frame but I never knew I needed one until now...:)
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