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Old 10-Dec-2012, 20:29   #1
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Has anyone got...

....the little bracket that bolts to a carby SS frame behind the headstock so you can hold the tank down?
If you have a surplus one, please let me know how much you'd like for it.

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Old 10-Dec-2012, 20:36   #2
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I made a couple of stainless ones and I gave the last one to Nog. I could make you one but would need hole centres.
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I made a couple of stainless ones and I gave the last one to Nog. I could make you one but would need hole centres.

Cheers Phil, I will measure up when I can get back into the garage.


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I made a couple of stainless ones and I gave the last one to Nog.

I doubt he'll be needing it now...


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I doubt he'll be needing it now...
He might to hold the cheeks of his own a--e together.
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They are 42mm apart. The fixing holes on the frame, that is!

Although its freezing in the garage so the frame may have shrunk - I know after 10 minutes out there I had......brazing torch anyone?


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They are 42mm apart. The fixing holes on the frame, that is!

Although its freezing in the garage so the frame may have shrunk - I know after 10 minutes out there I had......brazing torch anyone?

Okies, I'll make you one up, should have it done over the weekend. Usually inspection dept's are kept at 20C so your calibrated G cramp may be a tad orf.
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