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22 minutes ago, theageofindustry said:

Late model gp eh?

Yes, GP200 purchased sight unseen from a friend in Seattle area. 

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6 minutes ago, DerekM said:

Those came with disc brakes?

No, SX disc and Varitronic upgrade on this one 

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Here's the bike as it waits up north for Denver to bring it down. I'm not a accessory guy, so will be cleaning it off. Also looking for a bench, anybody have one they like? 

Ill post more when it gets here.

 

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5 minutes ago, theageofindustry said:

That's an og vertical Indian spare holder. You need to celebrate that scooter's roots!

Ok I'll keep the spare, what about the other stuff. Did all these bikes have turn signals, 

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Yeah, all the late one's like yours would have had them. The front rack is aftermarket. I doubt it would have been exported with solo seats but in the home market they were preferred. What else is there?

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On 4/20/2017 at 7:28 AM, Mike Anhalt said:

Yeah I'd like to see the right side of that disc brake set up. 

 

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On 4/20/2017 at 7:28 AM, Mike Anhalt said:

Yeah I'd like to see the right side of that disc brake set up. 

Yes, I should probably fix this too...

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I think it's a one off. I got the bike from Aaron Peterson, he said he had it machined in the Seattle area in the 90's 

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May be interested in the saddle seat COVERS if you get your bench.
I have an Indian slopeback seat I may be selling (I don't think you'd be able to rock the vertical spare carrier though).

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5 hours ago, 2Tony said:

May be interested in the saddle seat COVERS if you get your bench.
I have an Indian slopeback seat I may be selling (I don't think you'd be able to rock the vertical spare carrier though).

Got the bench, only one saddle cover left because rivets were toast and it blew off. 

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Ended up with a new rear hub, and rebuilding front hub. Fork link Bushings are sloppy and shocks are tired.anybody replaced the late Indian fork link bushings? New rotor and switching to a reverse pull. Ordered a Newfren rotor, but got drilled, oh well... Powder coat done and time to reassemble. 

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On 6/20/2017 at 7:35 PM, Mike Anhalt said:

Ok that's pretty f'n cool. Where'd that come from?

Enlighten me please, what is that?

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Its a widget that allows the late model Indian fork link to work with an Italian inboard disc setup. 

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On 8/1/2017 at 6:37 PM, ScootCanada said:

Get a set of these. They made a huge difference on my old Indian GP with an outboard disc.

 

http://www.ebay.de/itm/44-STOSSDAEMPFER-BITUBO-LAMBRETTA-VORNE-2-STUECK-/351937793037

Yes I saw those on my search, but the seller didn't have any specs and I didn't want to spend that much on a gamble. Are they a direct replacement, or do they need modification to fit? 

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Finally got that new tire on...haha. Now the back end.  more like Indian winter. 

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