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    Hi Bigjack, it sounds like the head stem...

    Hi Bigjack, it sounds like the head stem bearings, l changed mine at around 50,000 and it had the same problem, its fairly common with the nomads not helped with kawasaki not putting any grease...
  2. Thread: Need a 6th gear

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    scootworks in the U.S of A make a larger counter...

    scootworks in the U.S of A make a larger counter shaft sprocket, it sort of sounds what your after, it drops the revs down at cruising speed and also makes for a more usable 1st gear
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    thats why it pays to shop around and see the...

    thats why it pays to shop around and see the difference in postage cost, most times stuff is almost 50% cheaper delivered to my door, and Coke Ebay is definitely my friend, l'v just got a brand new...
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    although we should be supporting local business,...

    although we should be supporting local business, unfortunately l'm not that rich, so much of my stuff l get online/overseas, but things like oils most auto places usually have something, just be sure...
  5. Thread: oil leak

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    anymore cheek and l'll jump up and punch you in...

    anymore cheek and l'll jump up and punch you in the knee cap:thefinger:
  6. Thread: oil leak

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    :stupido2:oops, l stand corrected

    :stupido2:oops, l stand corrected
  7. Thread: oil leak

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    Hi Jack, the only seal l can think of around...

    Hi Jack, the only seal l can think of around there would be the one on the selector shaft, ( its in the same area) there's none on the clutch input shaft and its covered by the clutch slave cylinder,...
  8. Thread: Kwaka's Kakker

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    2yrs 3mths 22days 4hrs 36mins......but who's...

    2yrs 3mths 22days 4hrs 36mins......but who's counting:turtle:
  9. Thread: Kwaka's Kakker

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    Hi nick, l stripped my 1600 (basically the same...

    Hi nick, l stripped my 1600 (basically the same motor as yours) down to the crank to trace a mysterious rattle, checked everything and put it back together for about $300 for gaskets and oil, the big...
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    Thats one nifty little bike madcow, l'v never...

    Thats one nifty little bike madcow, l'v never seen one before, to bad they don't make a 750/800 they'd make a good little runabout
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    if you can get the inside Dia of the frame and...

    if you can get the inside Dia of the frame and the outside Dia of the shaft, then workout what length you need, a good bearing supplier should be able to look up if anything is available, l always...
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    Ha ha, it looks like whoever made that clip has...

    Ha ha, it looks like whoever made that clip has ridden with a few Ulysses clubs ( all as a joke of course)
  13. Thread: The Drifter

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    :top:su..weeeet

    :top:su..weeeet
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    l recon good old Kero is the way to go for...

    l recon good old Kero is the way to go for cleaning grunge off bikes, and Eucalyptus oil for cleaning up the glue from stickers, both have been around for years and seem to work as good as the new...
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    Thanks Norman, l didn't realise they were fibre...

    Thanks Norman, l didn't realise they were fibre glass,but if it works, all the better
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    the only prob that l could see with the fibre...

    the only prob that l could see with the fibre glass jobbies is that they'd have to be well braced down the sides to prevent cracking due to wind/flex ect
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    I seen that article madcow, thats what got my...

    I seen that article madcow, thats what got my interest up, but l think an original drifter fender would be less invloved as far as fitting, but its a bit hard unless you have one at hand to compare,...
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    Thanks John, lots of food for thought there

    Thanks John, lots of food for thought there
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    Thanks Norman, much appreciated, l'v not been a...

    Thanks Norman, much appreciated, l'v not been a big fan of the standard guards on the nomad
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    Ha ha naa couple of beers and his anyones, could...

    Ha ha naa couple of beers and his anyones, could probably chuck in easy's as well ....prolly have to wait till he's asleep though :)
    but seriously give us a yell if you know where l could get my...
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    l'd give madcow's left kn@cker for that front mud...

    l'd give madcow's left kn@cker for that front mud guard (right one too):madcow::madcow::deal:
  22. Hi Aaron, if that plastic wrap is the stuff i'm...

    Hi Aaron, if that plastic wrap is the stuff i'm thinking of ( the same as what they cover cars with) l think all it needs is a clean surface to stick to, and it comes in all colours of the rainbow...
  23. Hi Aaron, l'v got a VFR800 and l sort of know...

    Hi Aaron, l'v got a VFR800 and l sort of know your model bike, and l think to do that sort of modification could turn into a real headache, if you were lucky and the swing arm did fit in, then you'd...
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    Ians fridge welcome john:evil:

    Ians fridge
    welcome john:evil:
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    :dito::dito:

    :dito::dito:
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