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#1 2012-11-20 11:25am

Prosixtyfive
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1978 Team Jag

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1978 Team Jag

One of my first rebuilds.

1978 Team Jag.
This was a friends of mine.
Has had a full resto,love it more now.
Cheers Glynn


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#2 2012-11-20 11:38am

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Re: 1978 Team Jag

Nice, good to see other Jags.


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#3 2012-11-20 1:40pm

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Re: 1978 Team Jag

hi Glynn , nice work on a nice bike. I dig it ! cool


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#4 2012-11-20 2:36pm

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Re: 1978 Team Jag

Glynn, two things would make this bike go from outstanding to "out of this world"

1. Ditch the yellow pads and go without. (I know they are rare and valuable, but they look weird)
2. Ditch the snake copies and shell out the dough for real ones, or a comparable old school tire. Not sure what tires were avail in 78, but you can't go wrong with some fat/skinny knobbies

Don't take this the wrong way, your bike is fantastic.

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#5 2012-11-20 3:05pm

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Re: 1978 Team Jag

Astrodamus wrote:

Glynn, two things would make this bike go from outstanding to "out of this world"

1. Ditch the yellow pads and go without. (I know they are rare and valuable, but they look weird)
2. Ditch the snake copies and shell out the dough for real ones, or a comparable old school tire. Not sure what tires were avail in 78, but you can't go wrong with some fat/skinny knobbies

Don't take this the wrong way, your bike is fantastic.

Cool ,
I will change the tyres,i have some Cheng shin tyres here.
Thanks Glynn


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#6 2012-11-20 3:15pm

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Re: 1978 Team Jag

Astrodamus is right,  it will look like this Glynn and much better IMO.
I used Cheng Shin C183

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Heaps smile

Khaled


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#7 2012-11-20 3:39pm

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Re: 1978 Team Jag

Nice bike Khaled, very nice...

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#8 2012-11-20 3:39pm

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Re: 1978 Team Jag

Nice big_smile


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#9 2012-11-21 9:31am

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Re: 1978 Team Jag

cool


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#10 2013-03-20 9:26pm

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Re: 1978 Team Jag

Hi Glynn, just remember me when you're ready to sell her. This Jag will go well beside my other Jag I got from Audio101...big_smile

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#11 2014-06-17 4:39am

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Re: 1978 Team Jag

Two sweet-looking Jags in one post but only one can be Fav'd and as nice as Khaled's is, yours gets my vote! cool


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