Yamaha RD/TZ

Re: Yamaha RD/TZ

Postby Welsh Wizard » Tue Jul 07, 2009 4:45 am

dave mk2gti wrote:HI just in 10 minutes ago (Joined) got a 250lc in bits frame has no logbook or reg number want to register for a county related number plate dont want a Q plate. could do with some help direction etc.

You can buy an age related plate if you are in the UK
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Re: Yamaha RD/TZ

Postby dig » Tue Jul 07, 2009 5:30 am

But you sure cant here nz
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Re: Yamaha RD/TZ

Postby Gravesone » Sat Jul 11, 2009 6:55 pm

Saw this a Mallory today.

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Re: Yamaha RD/TZ

Postby L.A.B. » Sat Jul 11, 2009 11:38 pm

dave mk2gti wrote:HI just in 10 minutes ago (Joined) got a 250lc in bits frame has no logbook or reg number want to register for a county related number plate dont want a Q plate. could do with some help direction etc.


As far as I know it works like this:

You need to obtain a dating certificate based on the original frame and engine numbers (provided they have not been filed off?) from a recognised club (such as the Yamaha Owners Club or VJMC).

You will need to insure it and MOT it first, using the frame number as the vehicle's temporary identity. An insurance company should insure it on the frame number, but will only do so for a short period, normally about 14-30 days I think?

You will have to book an appointment with your local vehicle licensing centre, where you will have to take the vehicle, at the appointed time and date, as they will probably want to inspect it?

If everything is in order, they should issue you with a new registration number and tax disc on the spot, and you can then get a number plate made up and inform your insurance company of the change.
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Re: Yamaha RD/TZ

Postby The Doctor » Sun Sep 13, 2009 10:30 pm

Still no Elsie's offered to me......................anything considered, non-runner etc.....

Peterborough/Norwich area.....

Have towbar, will travel!
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Re: Yamaha RD/TZ

Postby twosmokeforever » Mon Sep 21, 2009 6:37 am

work in progress

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a couple of weeks to go!

this is kind of spot the difference
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Re: Yamaha RD/TZ

Postby The Doctor » Mon Sep 21, 2009 8:32 pm

Was looking for somehting a bit more complete!!

When I said anything considered......................
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Re: Yamaha RD/TZ

Postby twosmokeforever » Tue Sep 22, 2009 5:46 am

not for sale, I just thought the rd section looked sad

this will be mrs t's new bike as she was deeply hurt when this one got nicked

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we bought this as a non runner, got it to go with no stress

a week later it was gone

mrs t was always going to struggle kicking it (a 380cc stan we think) so the new bike has a tzr 250 motor in it
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Re: Yamaha RD/TZ

Postby Welsh Wizard » Tue Sep 22, 2009 6:59 am

sorry Doc only ever owned one Yam, and that was by default , given as payment to me for repairing the previous owners front wing on the car they dented.
a snarly 50CC step through, with auto clutch on the rocker gear change, swapped it in the end for a 58 Morris Mini that I had for years, it had a trailer hitch and allowed me to collect a 750 Norton from London back in 1980, Norton cost a ton UK and once working sold for 5 hundred, two years later
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Re: Yamaha RD/TZ

Postby Weaver » Sat Dec 05, 2009 11:15 pm

If you want RDLC porn why not try the LC Club. Stick it in :503
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