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Special frame in France for 750

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by NKN, Mar 23, 2019.

  1. NKN

    NKN

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  2. Fast Eddie

    Fast Eddie VIP MEMBER

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    Interesting!

    Not easy to get the head off tho...
     
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  3. NKN

    NKN

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    Don't even think about valves play setting... Or carbs take off... Or weight...
     
  4. Cheyenne

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    wicked cool
     
  5. lcrken

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    Interesting that he kept the stock Z-plate. Maybe just for the Commando look?

    Ken
     
  6. marinatlas

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    Without the front ladder , some similarity with JS monoshock frame ( I said some ...........!)
     
  7. Fast Eddie

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    I wondered that too !
     
  8. Fast Eddie

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    I doubt JS will take that as a compliment...
     
  9. lcrken

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    A little similarity, but not much.

    P1010014 1200.jpg

    Norton 920 Monoshock.jpg
     
  10. lcrken

    lcrken VIP MEMBER

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    In a way, it is a little (but maybe not much?) like the birdcage JPN frame

    PB170057-800.jpg

    Ken
     
  11. SteveA

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    Yep, I really did have a cylinder head that was milled for that 'birdcage' frame.....'75 to '80...oh well!
     

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