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Flippin' 'eck!

I’ve been contacted by a reader who said “I was looking at parts of your blog and noticed that on your V7 Sport pics that the clutch friction plates look to be in the wrong way round”. 111 more words

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A short update and the end of a chapter.

To reflect that this blog has become about more than just restoring Rhino, I’ve updated my “home” and “about” pages and the site title. I will have to do some work soon on the Tonti info page to include the American market bike frame numbers. 501 more words

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Back in the garage again.

(Sung to the tune of “Back in the high life again” by Steve Winwood).

I have managed to spend some time in the workshop but mainly working one-handed. 128 more words

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Assessing the damage - Part 2.

What’s good, what’s bad and what’s non-standard.

I’ve already described what the frame is like!

Forward of the steering head. This is obviously where the majority of the damage is so I have listed this separate to the rest. 1,060 more words

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Assessing the damage - Part 1.

A friend has leant me his bike jack so I can take a closer look at the S3. Rhino is occupying the bench. The big bungy strap is holding the stand out till I can reattach the springs. 283 more words

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