Before we sell any motorcycle or quad our experienced technicians go through each one to make sure what you buy today will continue to work for you tomorrow. If you prefer not to receive postal communication from other companies, you may choose to remove yourself from any postal mailing lists that we provide to third parties for marketing purposes by sending us an e-mail at , or writing us at P. First, let me say, I really appreciate the praise. A powdercoat is better and more durable but can be much more expensive. It was a great bike, it was white and blue. I powdercoated the fender in mirror white, along with the fender brackets. This bike kept me sane during my years of teen angst and back problems so its sentimental value is pretty high.
I sold it to one of my high school guidance counselors who used it for parts to restore his 1967 Mustang. To inquire about personally identifiable information that Bonnier has collected about you, or about other ways to correct factual errors in that information, please send us an e-mail at privacy bonniercorp. As for control cables I usually use a mix of o. Two-strokes are much cheaper to fix and damn powerful. Yamaha sells them, but all you're buying is a flat piece of aluminum.
Eventually it will come loose. Check and correct all parts of the bike before you start riding on the street or at speed. I actually almost bought a second hand bike last week but it felt too much like a betrayal. We can help you with any motorcycle repair, maintenance or performance needs. Your best bet is to look up the parts yourself. The enduro has been in the family since new so it's never going to be sold.
I had it sitting in my shop office for a few years now but never really felt the burn to tear into it. Prepare the frame by laying down lots of paper, and filling the bearing entrances with newspaper eg bottom bearing, headset, set tube Grab the rattle can with primer and shake. We specialize in 1973 to 1979 Honda Elsinores but can complete others. Fit the new handlebar tape by starting at the bar ends and keep the tension on the tape. With some time and elbow grease, and sometimes a little bit of money you can restore a bike which was destined for the dump into something that is fast and fun to ride around. Secondly, most dealers only care about selling new bikes and don't care about your old one. What works for me may not for you, but I hope my ramblings got you to consider some possibilities.
Our partners use this information to recognize you across different channels and platforms over time for advertising, analytics, attribution, and reporting purposes; any information collected is stored in hashed or non-human-readable form. They don't have the speedometer provisions, and the cable routing is completely different, routing straight up the fork leg. I haven't done any Candy Topaz Orange stuff yet. If it is time to acquire or build a new bike for your private collection, or to show at a concours event, there are many options. The main issue with the rattlecan paint is to avoid painting too much in one coat so that it drips. Just give us a call at 904-683-0498 to schedule an appointment and walk-ins are always welcome. Some Bonnier websites also provide referral services to help you inform a friend about our websites, products, or services.
I soda blasted it and got a new set of standard rings. One of the first steps is to strip the bike down. If you have previously accepted Bonnier Corp. A toothbrush is useful here to brush off any grime. From the crank to the piston kit, and even an hour meter to track maintenance, everything is included in one box. The sky is the limit! Front head bearings looked brand new so just cleaned and re-greased before re-installation.
When it comes to the final drive and braking systems I tend to use modern, after market parts because in many cases they work better and last longer than the original equipment. Nice job on the powder. To the extent you select the secure connection method or your browser supports such functionality, all credit card account information that you supply is transmitted via secure encryption technology. I'm just not very into small displacement enduro bikes. Lots of people restore these bikes so that they have a cheap commuter that is not likely to get stolen compared to their snazzy carbon tri bike for the weekend. They tend to get brittle after a while and break or break down. They where also able to make a copy of the bikes logo on reflective sticker.