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thanks gregg i feel a bit guilty as it's taken time away from working on the cobra but ive learned some new skills i have bought a decent bench grinder and fitted buffing and polishing wheels and getting some good results .
i think im might pull the suspension apart on my pace cnr by corner and polish up the top and bottom arms now .
i have just started on another mini bike resto same bike as the red one but i have the frame /forks and a heap of other stuff getting chrome plated atm..
just a big kid at heart but as the man in the castle said there beauty's they will go straight to the pool table next to the jousting sticks.....my mrs says im telling ya your dreaming ,:-)
Deano, just leave the kiddie toys alone and get back to work on that Cobra.
OK, so it won't fit in the pool room...