Emma the 'M' model.

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Re: Emma the 'M' model.

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Sweet alan , that’s how it’s done properly son :shock:
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Oh, just wait. This'll be special. Really special. :twisted:
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Baz needs a 550 points cover, but the only spare I have is for the J - so it's the embossed type. Hmm, I just happen to have a spare embossed Generator cover too...... :shock:
Just got the wheels back from the powder coaters - metalflake silver alloy GS550 types with discs all round (as you'd expect!) The 'new' forks I got turned out to be 37mm, so won 't fit the yokes, so had to go back.
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Long time no update, so....
Been on the buy for Emma bits. Found these NOS GS750 calipers - same as the ones on Earwig today.
 
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Pretty int they?
Got some bearings for the powder coated GS550 ally wheels too, so it looks like I'll actually have to start doing summat about the resto now.
Pity there's no room in the garage........ 
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