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MONTGOMERY-ANZANI

Sunday, 30 January 2011

To clear up any confusion........................


................ about yesterday's post about stripping the gearbox and not knowing anything about it's history. The gearbox being rebuilt is not this one, this is the one that was originally in it when the bike was built up 30 years ago. Apologies for some of the rough fixings used, that happened in the intervening years and better discussed over a pint than go into it here.
The box currently being worked on, is another one I picked up along the way and it seemed a better option than having all the chrome stripped off of this one. Some bits of the gear change and kick start mechanisms will have to come from here though.

1 comment:

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