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    You might have a very slight leak through the oil...

    You might have a very slight leak through the oil seal behind the clutch basket. Couple that with some condensation in there from the damp winter weather and you get the white sludge. This is only a...
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    You're making it a bit hard there, Bill. Sunday...

    You're making it a bit hard there, Bill. Sunday is the 9th.

    Still not too late to think about Picnic Point. :)
  3. They've been around for quite a while and there...

    They've been around for quite a while and there are lots of reviews out there. It's been a long time since I went looking, but my memory tells me they get better reviews for heavier truck tyres.
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    I've no idea on how long it would take but...

    I've no idea on how long it would take but workshops typically charge $100 per hour.

    There are several SA members on the forum, give it a few days and one of them might be close enough to you to...
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    Hi Blanchy If the battery ran down overnight...

    Hi Blanchy

    If the battery ran down overnight you have an electrical short somewhere. It means doing a bit of investigating. You might be confident in that or you might prefer to get somebody who...
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    Real bikers do it this way ... ...

    Real bikers do it this way ...

    http://moodyeyeview.files.wordpress.com/2013/02/rock.png
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    Any Newcastle riders Sat 11th?

    Sat 11th I thought I might hit the road - it's been a long time since the bike got let loose. Anybody local going anywhere?
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    We love a story with a happy ending. Soldering...

    We love a story with a happy ending. Soldering onto an easyout has to be a new thing. :)
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    Another possibility is the drill an angled hole...

    Another possibility is the drill an angled hole onto the side of the head so it goes under the fragment and then lever the fragment out. It looks like there might be enough of the head standing proud...
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    If you get to a competent welder he should be...

    If you get to a competent welder he should be able to touch weld a welding rod to the key fragment and then use the rod to pull the piece out. Make sure it doesn't weld the fragment to the socket in...
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    80s car, reclining seats, I can feel a bit of...

    80s car, reclining seats, I can feel a bit of nostalgia creeping in here. :)
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    That triple sounds so good going up the road. It...

    That triple sounds so good going up the road. It must be fun to ride.
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    I'm planning to get there. Anybody with a spare...

    I'm planning to get there. Anybody with a spare bed for the Sat night? I'll probably stop in Wagga friday night on the way down like last year. Lower bunk preferred as those ladders are designed for...
  14. City commuting on a 250 for 4 years would not...

    City commuting on a 250 for 4 years would not damage your hearing that much. You'd only have a bit of exposure in the morning and afternoon, it's not like working in heavy industry all day for 4...
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    A few things come to mind. These old motors...

    A few things come to mind.

    These old motors can have a lot of head noise and it doesn't always mean a significant problem. It's just a matter of tolerances and can vary between hot and cold...
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    That's a mad looking bit of machinery. I hope it...

    That's a mad looking bit of machinery. I hope it still does wheelies like the KLR used to. :)
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    He's not referring to straightening the pipes but...

    He's not referring to straightening the pipes but running them straight, as in straight through, i.e. with no baffles and probably no cat convertor if there is one present.
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    Code 4Q Color Number 2539 These numbers are...

    Code 4Q
    Color Number 2539

    These numbers are all over the place - google is your friend on this one.
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    Dave, I reckon it's him who owes you a beer. :)

    Dave, I reckon it's him who owes you a beer. :)
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    Hmm, gotta love steroids. :)

    Hmm, gotta love steroids. :)
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    I'd go for Kawasaki Metallic Champagne Gold ...

    I'd go for Kawasaki Metallic Champagne Gold

    The codes for it are out there somewhere.
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    Hmm, how much would it be for a box of spares to...

    Hmm, how much would it be for a box of spares to rebuild a complete bike?
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    Romi does it again! But be warned, when he...

    Romi does it again!

    But be warned, when he mentions your chain being too tight you know you are in for a long 'discussion'. :)
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    So, looks like they towed Tassie out towards Fiji...

    So, looks like they towed Tassie out towards Fiji at last. :)
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    The colours are myriad as you can mix your own,...

    The colours are myriad as you can mix your own, and the final finishes are several - gloss, metallic, matt, probably others that I can't think of. And you can remove it next year and do it a...
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