SL350 time

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Have some good news on my SL...
More soon :eyebrows:

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well
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When I bought this bike it had a big "clack" sound in the head when kicking it over, the bloke (who is pretty knowledgeable on bikes normally) told me it had major problems with it ....and I took his word for it and it's been sitting in the back of the shed since.
Took it up to a mechanic I've got onto recently that works from home, expecting it to need the whole top end done. Turns out he only adjusted everything, hooked it up to a battery and she runs like a clock :dance:
More fool me I guess for not checking it myself, but I'll grab a battery shortly and do a video :D

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Spent a bit of time on the bike today. :D
Running nicely.
I can get into it now, no major restoration but I'll swap all my good parts onto this bike and make a nice rider out of it.


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Well have all the wiring doing it's thing.
Have some bits and pieces on the way including indicators (albeit a bit crusty) and their fancy little rear brackets.
Guy that built the pipes for the 450 is going to make a set of header pipes then I need to do something about a seat foam and she'll be good to go :D
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Holy grail parts found today :cool:
Rear indicator mounts.
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Zedboy wrote:
Wed Sep 16, 2020 9:46 pm
Holy grail parts found today
WHAT ?

"holy grail" - would there be a dollar in these?

do you have a close up of said part?
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