May be lockdown is making things quieter and cleaner. This Otter and more of it’s family, visit our marina all the time. My wife took these images today by our boat. Must be good fishing!!!
The parts are finally coming back but new parts are proving difficult to source. Going to be a long restoration project this Kwaker Triple. Follow this Blog for regular updates.
A clean, quiet, vibration free propulsion unit for your boat. DC Electric Drive. WHY FIT ONE? I fit DC Electric Drives professionally, we have one on our sail boat. I hope the following post, will convince more people to fit them. DC Electric Drive, a tough decision to make. Fitting: I looked at a fewContinue reading “DC ELECTRIC DRIVE”
RESTORATION PART 4. It’s all about sending, buying, cleaning, restoring and getting parts ready for the rebuild now. Be sure to use reputable re-finishers and repairers. There are lots of cowboys out there!!! Try to attack this, one part at a time. Grab a seat, get comfortable and some decent music on; it all helpsContinue reading “RESTORATION PART 4”
Organise Yourself It makes all the difference! Double check images of the standard bike against the parts, so that you don’t make mistakes with the finish. If it’s a custom job, it’s decision time. Some of this work gets a bit frustrating but it will be worth-it when your rebuilding. As you check, you’ll buildContinue reading “RESTORATION PART 3”
Everything should start with a plan and drawing. I spent most of day changing a few things on the site. Including my email address, which is now, email@example.com. I hope you all understand and continue to visit. I’m new to blogging and setting up websites and I’m really enjoying it. My theory is, it canContinue reading “Where did that day go?”
Hi all. It’s dark, cold, wet & windy in UK and we’re about to go into another luverly lock-down “yay” :>(. Blogging, Ocean Strider and bikes will keep off the street, I like to be busy. I hope it’s all good for you too! I’ll get stuck into another restoration project. A KAWASAKI H1A. AnContinue reading “Another restoration project. KAWASAKI H1A, 1972”