Join Date: Apr 2002
Location: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
and don't forget those pesky rubber spacers either side of the tank
Be aware that there are a couple of pesky little spacers that fit from the inside out when you pull the tank off, (down low where the bolts fit through the lower part of the tank).
One of these, or if your really lucky, both of them, will jump out when you pull the tank off the frame and disappear into the nearest bush, to blend in perfectly with your aluminium plant. If worst comes to the worst and you cannot find it when the tank is ready to go back on, use the end part of a rubber haddlebar grip as a temp buffer.
Once you have all the tupperware on of course the little blighters come out of hiding, and will sit quite merrily on your sideboard until the next tank off scenario.
How do I know these inane things you ask?????????
19XX BSA 125cc "racing" Bantam
1950 Sunbeam 500cc S7 Combo
19XX Royal Enfield 500 J2 combo
19XX BSA 500cc single B33
1960 Triumph 650cc Tiger 110
1970 Honda 750cc four K1
1975 Triumph Trident 750 triple
1978 XS1100E 1100cc "The Tardis" (ret)
1999 K1200LT "Beryl Beemer"
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