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  1. For Sale: AJS 1956 Model 30 Springtwin600cc £3250

    Bikes For Sale / Wanted
    SOLD A 1956 AJS Model 30 600cc Twin, Jampots, Burman gearbox, tin primary chaincase, 6v electrics (electronic regulator), prop stand. 2 previous keepers, an older restoration by the previous owner and used lightly but regularly by him until I purchased it earlier this year. It starts easily and...
  2. For Sale: Honda 1984 VT500 Classic V Twin Shaft Drive VMCC eligible

    Bikes For Sale / Wanted
    SOLD Honda 1984 VT500 Classic V Twin Shaft Drive VMCC eligible SOLD Not an adventure bike but the original stagger crank Honda, the ancestor of the Africa Twin and Transalp also the Bros, NTV, Deauville etc. A 500 cc OHC V Twin 6 speed shaft drive VMCC eligible motorcycle, cheap insurance...
  3. DROOOOL !

    Africa Twin
    Came across this today. Has the guys arm been ripped off yet ? Les Camper Vans (272) MOTORCYCLES Aermacchi (4) AJS (19) Any (1) Aprilia (12) Ardie (1) Ariel (24) Benelli (28) Bimota (7) BMW (53) Bond (1) BSA (112) Buell (1) Bultaco (7) Cafe Racer (2) Cagiva (2) Can Am (2) Coventry...
  4. XL250RC - replacing the output shaft oil seal

    XL
    Hi folks, XL250RC 1984 (approx) UK model The output shaft oil seal is leaking like a leaky thing and it's embarassing to park next to a Matchless or AJS and leave a bigger pool of oil than they do! Does anyone know if it's possible to replace this seal without taking the engine completely to...
  5. Fitting stand springs

    Mechanical Advice
    Cant take credit for this method, as I came across it on an AJS owners site, but as it works, and for us ole timers does away with the need for the brute strength we used to have but now sadly lack, I think its worth sharing: Drill your vise to accept a 6mm bolt (approx. you can use any size as...
  6. Wygate LDT '09

    Ride Reports and Pictures
    for some years now i have been helping the west glos and dean bike club observe at their wygate long distance trial.the forest of dean is a great place to ride any type of motorcycle and is especially true regards DS bikes.so,met gary in rhiwbina,cardiff at 7.30 and made our way over by...
  7. An introduction

    Transalp
    Just to say hello - I've been keeping an eye on the forum for a while, now - finally got round to registering yesterday! Name is Tony (surprise!), had a new 700 Alp since March, and enjoying it plenty. I liked the look of the forum when I first found it - notable absence of grinding axes and...
  8. Hi everyone

    I'd like to introduce myself....................
    Hi everyone, Im new on here, dont really know what to say.... Ive been riding bikes since age 13 on the farm (then). Passed test at 16 yrs on an AJS 250 in 1961. I had a BSA C-15 just before test I stuffed it, and had to borrow mates AJS for my test. Ive ridden many makes and models over the...
  9. Crankshaft & Big End Bearing

    Dominator / FMX
    Hi there, if you are hanging around Rubberchicken have you ever thought what an expensive task it would be if the big end roller bearing collapsed. I cannot for the life me know why you have to buy a complete crankshaft with conrod attached. Is it because of the high forces around that area that...
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