I think corten steel are generally used as a skin.
How did he take it when you asked him to re do?
I tend to wear steel bracelet watches a little looser. The stainless steel should be very neutral to the skin and with the added ventilation between the links that would be my suggestion to try.
That's just brillant!
Changing nipples is very doable. You'd have to tension and true the wheels afterwards though.
Buy one and have the logo painted over.
We use those big brick shaped lego boxes. Impractical but we like them.
They are almost as new, but cheap.
The honda is similar weight, power, and intended use as my guzzi so I’ll give it a go.
If they don’t feel right I can get new springs and have paid around 100gbp in total for a practically new set I reckon.
Very cool! However, I think the moustache bar shape is much more suited to be flipped upside down.
I’m looking at a set of second hand Hagon shocks. They are listed as fitting for a 1995 Honda CB500 (lowering it).
I want to fit them to my Guzzi V50 III. They are the correct length. I can get the correct bushings to mount. Is there anything else to consider/worry about?
The model is 31023SA. Hagon specifies 31015SA for V50...
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