Gerry and Honda...

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Prof
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Gerry and Honda...

Post by Prof » Mon Oct 09, 2017 9:22 am

Email received...

Hey Andrew finally got a hassle free Honda chopper ride in today, I think a couple of more days getting some miles up just because I can, it was supposed to rain but I thought bugger-it here goes,, and there I went down the hill through the town, around the outskirts and along my favorite back roads to home and onto my work ramp done a double check, all seems good after an hour on the road and checked the petrol and the oil first time I never had to fill the oil,' Happy Days'
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As I now have no photobucketI thought I would let you do the deed!

El Skitzo
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Re: Gerry and Honda...

Post by El Skitzo » Tue Oct 10, 2017 10:37 am

Well done Gerry. I remember going out to visit Gerry and take a look at that bike many years back and seeing it then, so good to see after all this time you've stuck with it
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Prof
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Re: Gerry and Honda...

Post by Prof » Tue Oct 10, 2017 5:46 pm

Gerry's taking the CB for a spin up t o karratha to see Ross a CA member. You might want to join him. Wish I could come over and do the trip too, but have to keep working to pay lots of bills atm unfortunately
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Re: Gerry and Honda...

Post by Tri4 » Mon Oct 16, 2017 3:57 am

Thanks Fellas, seems I have to accept time along with determination the $$'s spent, means I cannot stop this project, with my greatest headache has been oil with this bike losing more than the Exxon Valdez, and that episode is not over yet. And I don't want to tell everyone,,, bbuuttt, my motor is half stripped down with a re-sealing happening tomorrow, (that should be later today), so more saddle time to get the reliability I have desperatly wanted from day one.
Updates will follow.

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