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Here's a couple of picture of my new stable member. A few small jobs then she'll be ready for my first ride.

 

Question: should the be a front registration plate on the mudguard?

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Enjoy it! I like riding my CO and G. No front number plate on a CO. In fact by this period, both plates were deleted, but of course you need a rear plate. Here's a couple of the many factory pictures. Ron

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Here's a couple of picture of my new stable member. A few small jobs then she'll be ready for my first ride.

 

Question: should the be a front registration plate on the mudguard?

 

nice one

here is myne, need some work to finish

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Danny, did you notice your girder bottom links are late WD Co and are back to front? It's an easy fix to alter to WD C spec and fit correctly. Also your front mudguard and stays aren't RE, no idea what it's from. Your front wheel is a nice early WD/C item made with Ally brake plate.

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I think those bottom links with the extra bit for the CO side check springs are the only ones you can get from Hitchcock's now. I've used them and just cut the extra 'L' bit off and sanded the end to a nice shape with my angle grinder. Ron

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Hey, Ron, maybe we can swap mudguards here as you thought my latest acqusition has an RE guard! :laugh: It certainly does not fit this G3WO!

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It's not me with the wrong guard Ferg! It's Danny you need to speak to. However, I'm fairly sure that the front guard on Danny's WD/C is off a post war Triumph.

 

Here is my WD/C and G3 for reference.

 

Close up pictures on request.

 

Ron

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I'm not a biker, never have been, but I do appreciate a decent piece of machinery and these all look excellent.

 

Bet you can't wait for the better weather for a decent run out

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