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Post  andreas on Fri 4 Feb - 16:37

Hi Ralf,
perfect job!! Looks near classic style than before - really nice. You do it yourself??

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Post  650zed on Fri 4 Feb - 18:37

Fabulous!

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Re: Germans "bleechkistn"

Post  smiler on Sat 5 Feb - 18:10

andreas wrote:Hi Ralf,
perfect job!! Looks near classic style than before - really nice. You do it yourself??

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no i cannot do such a perfekt work. it is a friend of mine he is an profisattler and makes all kinds of seats, what you want. the quality is very high. the material is is a büfellleather, very good. Cool
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Re: Germans "bleechkistn"

Post  smiler on Mon 28 Feb - 13:06

...servus from bavaria and now a clean picture by sunshineweather Very Happy

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Re: Germans "bleechkistn"

Post  TinTin on Mon 28 Feb - 23:14

as it should be, evven better outdoors in the sunshine
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Re: Germans "bleechkistn"

Post  andreas on Tue 1 Mar - 0:00

Hi Ralf,
nice, nice, nice - and like you, I wait for the warm weather. Your bike show - also jap bikes can be perfect british. Great!- what a pity that you live so far away and i can see only pics.

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Re: Germans "bleechkistn"

Post  smiler on Tue 1 Mar - 8:34

....and now a vision:

original:



vision:



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Re: Germans "bleechkistn"

Post  smiler on Thu 28 Nov - 9:14

hello people ...,
here again a few pictures of my "bleechkistn".
special changes are:
tag for double disc brake, rear swing a zephyr 550, Aluminium covering and zard exhaust





grüsse aus göggelsbuch

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Re: Germans "bleechkistn"

Post  TinTin on Thu 28 Nov - 12:13

Very nicely done allthough I liked the drum brake better... this is probably a lot safer Wink 
are you still going to do the fat tires, the looked very good on the image above...
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Re: Germans "bleechkistn"

Post  suzukiac50 on Thu 28 Nov - 18:06

What a crazy bike!!
not really a fan of the disc-brakes, because it's a bit to modern for me but i can imagine it improves the riding and breaking.
The same question as TinTin, are you going to put the fat tires back on!? :-)

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Re: Germans "bleechkistn"

Post  smiler on Fri 29 Nov - 9:28

yes ... of course sees a drum brake nicer, but the double-disc brake is better and safer ... the thick mature I will not do because thereby the handling characteristics are very limited

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Re: Germans "bleechkistn"

Post  pasta-moto on Mon 9 Dec - 0:33

Hi. what kinde of drum brake it was before? seems look quite large.
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Re: Germans "bleechkistn"

Post  smiler on Mon 9 Dec - 9:18

it is a 230 mm GRIMECA doppeldoublex from 1973
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Re: Germans "bleechkistn"

Post  mofu on Thu 6 Mar - 18:39

Wow that is one fine bike you got there. I have a weak spot for the blinking silver metallic (chrome like) look. Haha I bet you blind everyone when the sun is shining hard.

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