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    Godalming, Surrey
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    Badge and Medal Collecting, Golf and Travel
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    Museum Curator

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  1. Right or wrong i have now lengthened the stud and fitted a spacer as i think it looks better and i am less likely to catch my leg on it
  2. Thats great Jan, I shall have a go at what Ron suggested, we are really pleased with the two WD/CO bikes we built from the engine and frames we purchased and they ride very well.
  3. That should be easy enough Ron, I thought Jan had made the the brackets from one piece of metal rather then drilling and studding the spacer bit but as you know I know little about engineering but enjoy learning.
  4. Thanks Ron and Jan, I did wonder if I had missed a spacer or something and that photo is exactly as mine is so at the moment I have left the peg off.
  5. sorry to butt into your thread Gary but while Ron is thinking about WD/CO's i wanted to ask him if the bracket for the nearside pillion foot peg is the same as the off side as the ones we got from Jan don't seem long enough meaning the peg doesn't fold up very well sticking out at about 45 degrees. regards Ian C.
  6. I see you are still using the same pain killer Ron, but perhaps a larger measure, keep up the great work but try and have a few hours off. Ian C.
  7. Hello Ron, Will this make the CO faster than your M20 and it would be nice to see it in Normandy as I have not seen a nice one over there. I love riding my WD/C but I would never keep up with you on that. Regards Ian C.
  8. Another amazing project Ron, I am looking forward to June, regards Ian C.
  9. Thanks for that Ron, I have just realised that photo was taken before you sorted it for me as it still has black push rod tubes, We are still down in NZ so I don't have all my photo's with me but its nice to keep in touch. regards Ian
  10. Hello Steve,Sorry to butt in on your thread but I also have a 3HW that Ron knows well and I wondered if you have 3SW front forks as I have because I have a damper knob and 1" handlebar clamps. mine is 10 44. hopefully I have posted a photo of my bike and it would be nice to see another 3HW about. regards Ian
  11. I photographed the engine on the attached photograph in MOTAT in Auckland NZ 2012 if its of any interest although I doubt they would want to sell it but who knows. it was in one of the shed around the back that mainly held rail items
  12. Ron, Yes we did say hello at Netley and I intended coming back to see you after lunch but I had purchased a few heavy bits (oil etc.) and I was parked in the far corner of the parking area and after dropping them off felt to lazy to come back but hopefully I will see you at a few of the events next year as I now have a trailer for the two bikes so I can now travel. I have taken the 3HW to a couple of local shows that I could ride to and enjoyed them. Ian C.
  13. Thats a great task you have taken on there Ron but I have no doubt you will build a very nice bike. Ian C.
  14. Hello Ron, Will you respray this bike in Navy colours or is it already in the original service colour. Ian C.
  15. Robert, mine is the one from Andy Tiernan and is almost complete but painted a horrible colour and has a few things not working so I shall strip it down and respray it and repair were necessary. Ian
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