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www.nichecycle.com as well./shameless plug for my former employer
Damn, that thing is badassed.
!http://i101.photobucket.com/albums/m74/marcru/ScannersExplodingHead.gif!To OP, nice ped. Someone will be happy with it for sure.
If it's bbq you're after, I'll cook a mighty feast if you deliver something awesome to my place. :D
Lots of part out interest. Will post more detailed pics this weekend of everything.
Yeah, it's not that bad. Just thinking about transportation of the bike back home. I've fit 2 complete Tomos in my Subaru WRX (sedan) before but they were mostly disassembled.Any interest in those Tomos I have (they're in a F/S post here) as a very *partial* trade? Just need 'em out of my garage if I get this thing. Would make my better half happier, you know?
I like that '77 Puch. Wish you were a bit closer. :( I'm in N. VA.
So is it in NY or Harrisonburg now? If it's in Harrisonburg, I'll take it.
I'd make 'em for you but the computer that goes to my vinyl cutter is dead.
I definitely want to keep it all together but will let you know if I don't.
What: enough parts to make 2 bikes. This is a project that I don't have enough time for, if you're willing you can make 2 nice bikes out of what I have. Sell one, kit the other, whatever.Here is what I have in total:2 frames2 motors (not locked)2 carbs (at least)a smathering of fenders, trans parts, lights, wheels, all sorts of crap. Boxes full. Part this stuff out individually and bank.
I've got that same set of wheels on CL, buy my crap instead. Just search for "tomos" on the wash dc cl.Anyway, from experience, mounting up non-like branded wheels is pretty easy. Most of the time, the brake hub is the same diameter, so you just pop your original brake in there. Axle length is the most you'll have to worry about.
My Garelli does the same crap. PITA.
Wish it ran.Sunday, I wanted to get it running. Rebuilt the carb, threw gas in it and thought it was all good. First off, it started right away. Before I could grab the throttle, it died and wouldn't start again. While trying to get it to start back up again, the clutch cable broke.Dammit, i just wanna ride the stupid thing.
PROTIP: Move out of California.
Thanks! If only my '80 Moby Sebring looked this good. Dunno where to even begin with that one.
Mine was faster. :Dhttp://i271.photobucket.com/albums/jj141/rodders_corner/gray%20240sx%20project/IMG_1491.jpg
You guys are making me miss having a fast car.
Thanks! Not bad for a free moped that ran after a simple carb cleaning.
Yeah but do the cars know that you're "racing" them?
Got to work on my '77 Garelli SS XL this weekend, accomplished quite a bit.!http://a.imageshack.us/img834/7281/1977garellissxl.jpg!Wheels: Tomos wire wheels w/hybrid Tomos/Garelli brakes. Why? Bearings were shot in the stock Garelli wires and I had the Tomos wheels hanging around. Swapped brake hubs and levers.Tires: Sava MC2 16 x 2.25in w/new tubes.Handlebars: Treats clip-ons, Treats v
It's actually 28mm or 1 1/8 inch. Measured it up when I got home. Found a rusty old micrometer in my tool box afterall.
Crank threads look a bit haggard. :(
It's the judgment deer you have to really worry about. They'll just stand there, judging until the last possible second then they go in the opposite direction logic would dictate.
As the title says, I'm looking for the upper fork tube diameter for a '77 Garelli SSXL. Ordering up some clip-ons and I don't have a set of calipers I can borrow to measure it myself.Thanks!