KTM125 in for chain and sprockets 16/05/2018
Peugeot Speedfight in for a front end issue to find the steering stem was heavily corroded, very near miss on this one, wow
Corroded Brake Caliper getting stripped ready for cleaning
New bearing v old, plenty of play in the wheel before MoT, bearings renewed and passed with flying colours.
Interesting wiring issue to sort out, sometimes jobs like these can take a while but when they go out they don't come back, all faulty wiring is replaced, soldered and heat shrunk to not cause issues in the future.
None starting bike due to corrosion, cable cut back, re-terminated and customer sent on their way.
Fair play to the person who thought of this, at least the bike ran, all be it rough due to the voltage arcing onto the frame.
Triumph Bonneville in for some love and attention after being a work horse for a number of years. This came off relatively easy to be fair, a lot better than it looked.
TL1000S in for MoT, turned out the frame had cracked where the rear shocker mounts. This particular example had an aftermarket setup on which is common on the TLS & TLR as the Standard Rotary Shocker wasn't very good. Bike stripped totally so the frame could be repaired correctly and safely on a bench. Images taken during assembly.
Sometimes things don't go according to plan, a few choice words were used when the bolt snapped but a mig welder later and a nut and the bolt was out.
Ohlins front shocks, first time stripping these so had to buy the correct tool for the job, lovely to work on and now I have the tool for the next time one comes in.
R1 I bought in for stock turned out to have leaking valves which needed re-cutting and then grinding, head skimmed, new seals installed along with a standard head gasket. Still on going at the moment and awaiting my new ultrasonic cleaner.