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They sure are bantams! They're only single cylinders for a start, and they have plunger forks, whereas most M20's have girder forks.

 

Tom

 

Im sure that any M20s with plunger forks are a workshop (REME) modification........ the bored fitters would sometimes fit the front end off a wrecked plunger bike.

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The bantams weren't all bad I had a d7 175cc then a D10 175 Bushman which went like the clappers and screamed like a little honda, happy days. would love another BUshman but these days I feel I would break bones rather than bounce off the road as I used to.

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I Have just replaced my M20 clutch with a modern clutch set up (wet plates i.e no need to worry about oil ingress), works very well and very easy to put together, the parts are well made would highly recommend it, i ran the same plates in my Indian and it transformed the ride.

 

 

http://www.thb-support.nl/images/Manuel(E).pdf

 

Baz

 

That sounds like the way to go, do you by any chance supply the modified clutches?

I have tried your e-mail but cant get through.:thanx:

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