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#11
Looks nice that I like classic style trials look, I have an old Bullet 500 myself setup with longer shocks etc and scrambler handlebars. Sometimes I wish they would make a proper adventure bike but with classic styling as have ridden cruisers in the past but find them too low and impractical for lanes.
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#12
Sounds nice,luv the old Royal Enfield trials and scramblers,got a picture you could show me.
Here’s a picture of my BSA B50 MX
Shouldn’t have sold this but needed some cash at time
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#13
Nice Thumbup
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#14
that looks amazing, what forks did you use? Do you have your original wind screen, hand guards and rotor cover? If they are the right colour I would be interested.

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Brad
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#15
I love both these bikes. At 6'6" I look a bit daft on a lot of smaller (normal) bikes, so that stops me having something so cool. Thumbup
Rob from Dartmoor.
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#16
Hi Brad,I used the forks and yokes from a Yamaha 426,was real easy just a matter of mixing up bearings.i do have the original screen,I’ll have a look in shed but I think it was scratched up a bit


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#17
Hi Dunk,

I'm looking for the front rotor cover and the right hand side fork cover plastics, the plastic chain guide and the rubber buffer from the swing arm, also looking for the hand guards and a windshield if you happened to have those kicking around I would interested.

Thanks
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#18
Hi,
Love the retro job on the DR.
Do you still have the seat?? Happy new year.
Thanks.
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#19
Yeah


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#20
Hi here’s some pictures of seat
It got one small split on top where curves up,and split by mount
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