1977 gl1000 with full cover squire sidecar


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Yozzer
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1977 gl1000 with full cover squire sidecar

Post by Yozzer » Wed Jun 13, 2018 2:05 pm



Hello im a newbie to this site but just picked up a 1977 gl1000 and a full cover squire side car for a full restoration project so i thought i would join and say hello hopefully to get to know you lot and get help along the way i will post pics of this wonderful journey im about to restore lol.



Yozzer
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Re: 1977 gl1000 with full cover squire sidecar

Post by Yozzer » Wed Jun 13, 2018 2:25 pm


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SnoBrdr
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Re: 1977 gl1000 with full cover squire sidecar

Post by SnoBrdr » Wed Jun 13, 2018 4:48 pm

Yozzer wrote:
Wed Jun 13, 2018 2:05 pm
Hello im a newbie to this site but just picked up a 1977 gl1000 and a full cover squire side car for a full restoration project so i thought i would join and say hello hopefully to get to know you lot and get help along the way i will post pics of this wonderful journey im about to restore lol.
Good luck.

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Re: 1977 gl1000 with full cover squire sidecar

Post by Fred Camper » Mon Jun 18, 2018 10:10 pm

Oh my, great project. Keep us informed as that will be a nice ride someday soon.

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Re: 1977 gl1000 with full cover squire sidecar

Post by Yozzer » Sat Sep 01, 2018 2:12 am

Just an update on this project the bike has been completely stripped and the frame blasted zinc coated and nice new powder coat. The wheels have gone in for new stainless spokes and complete refurb. But all the pics I took of stripping it down have been lost due a engine falling on my phone and never had a chance to save em.....gutted....also a quick question for you pro's on the final drive where the axle bolt goes through does the flange come off because I want to get that polished up the final drive that is.
Regards yozz :roll:

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Re: 1977 gl1000 with full cover squire sidecar

Post by SnoBrdr » Sat Sep 01, 2018 8:09 am

Yozzer wrote:
Sat Sep 01, 2018 2:12 am
Just an update on this project the bike has been completely stripped and the frame blasted zinc coated and nice new powder coat. The wheels have gone in for new stainless spokes and complete refurb. But all the pics I took of stripping it down have been lost due a engine falling on my phone and never had a chance to save em.....gutted....also a quick question for you pro's on the final drive where the axle bolt goes through does the flange come off because I want to get that polished up the final drive that is.
Regards yozz :roll:
You should take advantage of either your carrier's or Microsoft's OneDrive to store your pics.

You can set it up so that the pictures are auto sent to the cloud.

I wouldn't put any real "personal" pics there, just in case.



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