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New addition.. DBD34 #594698
12/09/19 08:35 AM
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Recent acquisition to the stable..I know we have a few interested in bikes on here so thought i'd share it..

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Steve

110th +4 AM Chiltern Green
1939 Cammy Velo
1959 BSA GoldStar DBD34
LR 90 SW
1948 MG TC
Re: New addition.. DBD34 [Re: SteveT] #594699
12/09/19 08:43 AM
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Ooh, that's nice, Steve! I rode one donkey's years ago. My recollection is of a heavy clutch and a very high first gear, but wonderful when it got up to speed. I hope your back is up to those clip-ons, I couldn't ride one these day mainly because my gut would get in the way!

I've just bought a 1977 T40V, it's taken ages to get registered as it was a re-import from the US, but the paperwork finally came through this week.

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Re: New addition.. DBD34 [Re: SteveT] #594700
12/09/19 08:45 AM
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Both lovely bikes I am envious. Tim I have a clutch puller tool for the T140V if you are interested.


JohnV6
2006 Indigo Blue Roadster S1
Re: New addition.. DBD34 [Re: Hamwich] #594704
12/09/19 08:50 AM
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Hi Tim, you are right, the clip ons will literally be a pain. Could always fit some standards though. Long first gear, they say 60mph in 1st so not one for traffic but then not planning on that type of riding.
Nice Triumph, by contrast you have some US ape hangers smile
So lets plan a ride out and get SBM along on his RE soon!


Steve

110th +4 AM Chiltern Green
1939 Cammy Velo
1959 BSA GoldStar DBD34
LR 90 SW
1948 MG TC
Re: New addition.. DBD34 [Re: SteveT] #594706
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Your Goldstar is a beauty!

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2003 Morgan 4/4 2-seater

Re: New addition.. DBD34 [Re: SteveT] #594707
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Very nice Steve. An Amal mk2 concentric if I'm not mistaken. Wonder if 2LS front brakes are a popular mod on that bike. It's what I have on my one year newer Velocette. Bet yours starts more easily though wink


Richard

2018 Roadster - Red/Magnolia - "Morton"
1966 Land Rover series 2a SWB
1960 Velocette Venom
Re: New addition.. DBD34 [Re: John V6] #594708
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Originally Posted by John V6
Both lovely bikes I am envious. Tim I have a clutch puller tool for the T140V if you are interested.


Yes please, John! How much do you want for it? I'll PM you my address.


Tim H.
1986 4/4 VVTi Sport, 2002 LR Defender, 1957 R4 CV, 2005 Ferrari Vipar
Re: New addition.. DBD34 [Re: SteveT] #594711
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PM sent. Please use the second email address for paypal


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Re: New addition.. DBD34 [Re: Richard Wood] #594712
12/09/19 09:26 AM
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Originally Posted by Richard Wood
Very nice Steve. An Amal mk2 concentric if I'm not mistaken. Wonder if 2LS front brakes are a popular mod on that bike. It's what I have on my one year newer Velocette. Bet yours starts more easily though wink


Hi Richard, its a Mikuni VM38 in the hope that it will provide some form of idle as an advantage over the GP. It looks very similar to the Amal Mk2. I'm not sure about starting easily..I have yet to develop 'the knack' and its a totally different procedure to the Velo. There was a full width 190mm option on the front brake at the time but this one seems to work fine. Riding it is very much like the Velo Thruxton i had, in fact rather easier on the gear change as more room around it but the foot pegs feel a bit higher. Both not designed for old bodies though!


Steve

110th +4 AM Chiltern Green
1939 Cammy Velo
1959 BSA GoldStar DBD34
LR 90 SW
1948 MG TC
Re: New addition.. DBD34 [Re: SteveT] #594732
12/09/19 11:23 AM
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Steve

I am green with envy , when I was a spotty youth I had a BSA C11G 250cc single, but my dream bike then was always a Gold Star. You are indeed a very lucky lad.

I like the Triumph twin as well Tim, obviously the Bonnie was the bike that everyone drooled over , but I was informed that some of the models lurking beneath it were much nicer to ride.


Andy G
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Ex-John McKecknie/Mike Duncan 1955 +4 racer.
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