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motorcycle repair video

Postby msb170 » Thu Jul 23, 2009 8:38 pm

Hi Everybody

I have just joined this forum and thought that this would be of interest to you. I am a Honda motorcycle dealer with 40 years of both mechanical and racing experience that has decided to put together a motorcycle repair video course that you may want to check out.

Go to www.motorcyclerepairsecrets.com
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Re: motorcycle repair video

Postby The Doctor » Thu Jul 23, 2009 9:58 pm

Welcome to our little forum, good to have you on board.

We are currently looking for written content for our wiki, http://wiki.classic-motorbikes.net/index.php/Main_Page (still under development and not officially live), such as classic bike reviews, images, specs, anything relating to classic bikes. Would you be able to help us in this regard?
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Re: motorcycle repair video

Postby MOUSE » Fri Jul 24, 2009 7:38 am

Welcome msb170, that is a good concept tell your problem, and get sent a vid showing how to repair it. Hope this covers the things workshop manuals don't. :roll:


:) i have the Hughie Hancox Triumph hammer and screwdriver rebuild video. When i first got it and watching through it, my daughter (then 4) asked what all the banging noises were in the movie.
"My arthritis has gotten so bad I can hardly grip anything, my cataracts seem to get worse every day, I have gout in my right leg and can't bend my knee and I can't hear anything.
But thank God I can still ride
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Re: motorcycle repair video

Postby Allanfox » Fri Jul 24, 2009 10:25 am

Hi Doctor

Looking at the link from the Wiki page on the T150, the picture below is the same bike being tried out by Agostini, the bike survives in a museum somehwhere in Europe, I have recently spoken to the original owner! Small world.

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And hi to msb170!
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