Quadumph With Billet Top Yoke And Renthals. Dualcontrol

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  1. QuadumphUK

    QuadumphUK Senior Member

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    Just fitted my billet top yoke to take renthals and just thought . Should I keep the olde girl IMGP6814.JPG IMGP6816.JPG IMGP6817.JPG IMGP6818.JPG dual control. Clipons for sporty days and Renthals for non sporty days
     
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  2. Duckadiledundee

    Duckadiledundee Peasant First Class
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    You still got her then..last I saw you were being kicked out and so was your bike...glad it worked out...
    Bike is looking F#cking Awesome if you will forgive my French...
    Love it:heart:
     
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  3. Duckadiledundee

    Duckadiledundee Peasant First Class
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    Yes keep her....
    Finish the project...
    Your doing a better job than me on mine...:)
     
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  4. QuadumphUK

    QuadumphUK Senior Member

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    Hi Still being kicked out but the Landlord said at another property they are putting up new garages so could have one of them. Not got it yet so not counting my chickens but fingers are crossed. Was going to cfar acer the old girl but building a more of all round bike is starting to appeal. Sort of adventure come touring type style
     
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  5. Duckadiledundee

    Duckadiledundee Peasant First Class
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    I'm thinking of putting some ammo boxes on mine as luggage panniers...won't be until later in the year though...:)
     
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  6. QuadumphUK

    QuadumphUK Senior Member

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    With my stumpy seat unit I`m going to make detachable pannier and top rack so can use them on longer trips and then just detach the frame when not in use. Thinking of getting the Oxford heritage panniers etc. I have seen people use the plastic jerry cans before
     
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  7. Baskey13

    Baskey13 Well-Known Member

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    Keep. Awesome bike :cool:
     
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  8. QuadumphUK

    QuadumphUK Senior Member

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    Thanks the olde girl is getting there. Just need to get a few things sorted
     
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  9. QuadumphUK

    QuadumphUK Senior Member

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    There is a silver lining to every cloud if you can call it that. Because of the Corona virus landlady has just informed us they are postponing the knocking down of house till probably next year depending on what happens virus wise . So this means I`ll have to get my arse in gear get that last few bits to finish bike then get on with it this Summer. So is complete and ready to ride
     
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  10. Duckadiledundee

    Duckadiledundee Peasant First Class
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    Nice one....I was dreading that you may be forced to sell her before finishing it due to the forced move...
     
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