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    Default In the shed

    Just for the hell of it a pic of whats in the shed this week. Plus a 696 and my bevel in bits. So its a 73-74 GT750 with shim springer heads, a 74 350 Desmo just finished tuning for track time this weekend, my 851/888 which is up against the 350 desmo, (short track-who knows who'll win), and Dero's 89 851/888 which is in for some chassis work.
    Just going to Stanthorpe for the day. Both the 350 and my bike are in the reliability (just an excuse for us to blast around the track with a timing device fitted, and only $80 instead of the $200 for a track day) The 851 sneaks in qualifying for historic events by 1 month. I cant race it unfortunately because twins cant be bigger than 600cc. Which I suppose is fair, got to give the pantahs some sort of a chance.
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    Great line-up Griff!

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    Looks a bit slack to me, plenty of room for more in there
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    Good to see my bike is adding to your garage collection Griff

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    You'll get out much quicker if you turn the bikes around...
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    Especially if the wife is mad you are going for a ride !!

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    Always wanted a turntable. Bloody bevels are a PITA to move around.
    If the wife is got the cranky pants on I just jump on the mower and disappear in to the bush. Much faster and don't have to gin about with helmets and gear.
    Griff
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    Quote Originally Posted by griff851 View Post
    Always wanted a turntable. Bloody bevels are a PITA to move around.
    If the wife is got the cranky pants on I just jump on the mower and disappear in to the bush. Much faster and don't have to gin about with helmets and gear.
    My hearing is really bad which is useful many times! She calls it "selective hearing"!

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