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Tumeke's Bike 'Investments' (formally Suzuki B100P)

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This is a CB50 that needs all the things - namely brakes, less rattle, more ali-express seats etc. I swapped it for one of my CountryCalender.mp3 bikes. 

Will probably build this one up in the near future with some hydraulic disc front end and some XR100 goodness.

 

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Nice! Is that on of the CT's that were used to collect rubbish off the road? I used to see one driving around Hamilton every so often. 

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1 minute ago, Truenotch said:

Nice! Is that on of the CT's that were used to collect rubbish off the road? I used to see one driving around Hamilton every so often. 

Probably? Although the key-tag says Telecom, so who knows. Doesn't have low-range like farm-spec CTs which I'm not too worried about. Seems well serviced too.

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I held out for an ag one and tbh have never NEEDED to use it. 12v of a post spec one is much better than low range IMO

also post ones have better forks, apparently more robust frames and bigger rear brake from what my eyecrometer tells me. And a rev limiter. Which only slows ya down. Enjoy

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This one also has a flashing orange light on the back to alert other road users that you've stopped to have a piss / roll a durrie / sharn the benefits of 2 extra strokes.

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