Kneepuck wrote:11 caveat though. Mine has a straighe, low set of exhaust. I don't know if that is significant or not. They seem to be origonal.
The G80/G85/P11 used 1-1/4 teledraulics. Pre-interim hub G80s may have used 1-1/8 tubes - I'm not too familiar with the older models - but I know the G85 and P11 series used the 1-1/4 fork tubes. I had to replace one slider on my Ranger, and got a pair from a 1964 G80CS, which were 1-1/4, just like my P11. The P11 and G85 (all 130? of them) shared most components except the engine, oil tank, intake and exhaust systems
BillT wrote:I think the heavyweight Teledraulics from the '60s are comparable to Roadholders. They're both 1-1/4 fork tubes and have a similar damper assembly.
zefer wrote:I have a 67 N/15 CSR ( early 67 W/ magneto ) very nice motorcycle.... The sidestand is kind of scary ,anyone know of a retro fit to get the bike more up right and less of a lean angle
dave schultz wrote:In 1968 I purchased a new n15cs s# 116917. IN 1971 I traded it for new yellow 1971 commando. Three years ago I decided try and find the n15cs. I found it and hauled it home. It is terrible mess but I will make every attempt to restore it.
AgentX wrote:obtained a 1965 G-15CS from the original owner last year... Hopefully I'll have it fired up soon, but I'm going to need to wait on a few replacement gaskets and such. Apologies in advance for all the dumb questions you're going to get
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