Chris.QCR

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  1. Chris.QCR

    Beavers Yamaha V50

    Sounds like ya got ya perfect plans in place and its a great base to start with..utilise the two stroke oil tank space for beers / tools when ya fit the Lifan
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    Chris.QCRs 1980 Harley Davidson Sportster XLH1000

    Yeah im predicting 60km max
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    Chris.QCRs 1980 Harley Davidson Sportster XLH1000

    Got some longer forks lined up for it. Stock Harley Springer to the left for scale. Havent had final welding so I cam tweal the height a bit. Will run the springer with a drum 21 " front
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    chris' scoot hoard

    I quite like where this is heading ! Will be quite the death machine with that motor and you riding it
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    Chris.QCRs 1980 Harley Davidson Sportster XLH1000

    Made some progress tonite with my good mate Mush sorted out the cutting and welding for the pipes. Done !
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    Eastcapescapade 2018 November 9-10-11

    As much as I enjoyed this last year and the relaxed style of the weekend and the fine folk to ride with ill be passing on attending again. Have got a stack of other roads id like to ride which means no riding the same road twice. Im sure there will be other loud bikes to make up the lack of QCR. Will still watch out for photos of the wild times
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    Spanners 1985 Honda Rebel 450 w Bandit 600 engine

    Damn this is a cool project dude ! Looking forward to more Lowrider is rad as fuck and ya brother K100 is real nice. Really love those bikes aye. Solid bricks that get along nicely
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    Aubs’ 1982 xv1000 chopperish

    Cool bike mate. Looks like its built to do big Km camping trips
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    Slideways' Purvis

    I worked with a guy when I was Coachbuilding and he had one of these he restored that was in similar condition to how you found yours. His had VW floor pan and powerplant. Was a maroon looking colour and have spotted it at the occasional car show .
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    Truenotch's 1974 Yamaha FS50 (FS1)

    At least ya know you can head in that direction if need be later
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    Truenotch's 1974 Yamaha FS50 (FS1)

    Mine bolted straight up aye. Mish mash of cables between the the yb motor and F5 and it the wiring was plug for plug and I used the stock yb100 pipe with baffle removed. Stock I could get 110km out of it with me and all my camp gear
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    Truenotch's 1974 Yamaha FS50 (FS1)

    Choice ya getting back into it mate. Rode my F5 the other day and forgot how much I love my two stroke. Plus 1 for using that as a tool kit. Also throw the battery in the bin and run a trailtech regulator and then you free up all that space for beers
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    LG's 80's Raleigh 20 in a fetching shade of rust...

    Looks damn cool mate. If there was voting for what to do next id vote for leave that sweet patina frame and roll with all ya shiny new parts and just start collecting photos outside sweet old southland pubs. Nice work
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    WAGNATS 2020 - Feb 6 - 9

    Just buy a Morris Van mate. Way more room for activities. Lock us in Eddie. Me & Rez will need to relax by the time feb 2020 rolls around again