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Of Life 1 month 3 days ago #29064

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Pubs are re-opening on Monday here in the UK, albeit the beer gardens only. I've been furloughed since November last year (also from March to June last year) but because I work in the pub industry I'm looking forward to getting some sort of routine as we're starting to get some semblance of normality back.
On the 1300 front I attempted to re-commission my ZG1300 last year after it lay dormant for 5 years. All was good apart from a water pump mechanical seal weeping (probably due to the bike being laid up). I've got the parts to do the job but still haven't got round to doing it ...deja vu as I last replaced it 12 years ago ...hey-ho   
Only dead fish go with the flow

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Of Life 1 month 2 days ago #29069

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Here in south Florida everything is pretty much open 
the cruise lines are planning to start cruising again, so I will be on projects for the rest of the year
looking forward for a better year to come
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Of Life 1 month 2 days ago #29070

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Here in London, still running in the beast, now done 350 miles on it and loving it more every day. Also fitted and air horn and it has already saved me from and old lady who didn't see me.

Started a new project: 1932 1000cc Matchless V Twin engine (as fitted to Brough Superior etc) fitting into a 1931 Royal Enfield frame. Frame needed to be cut and lengthened, but engine now fits. So does gearbox, but lots more challenges to come... I must be a sucker for punishment! 



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Of Life 1 month 2 days ago #29071

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Hi what part of London are you in , cant remember the last time i saw another z1300 on the road

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