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  1. Thanks for the replies, as im going to fit a Ducati 160 motor i will just cut off above the bent and weld in new tubes to suit engine, many thanks
  2. Hi, I recently bought a Montesa 200 frame for a project and now that i look at it closely i am not sure if one of the downtubes is bent or it is meant to have a kink in it to allow exhaust routing or similar, its the right hand tube, Could any with more knowledge offer some advice, cheers Ian
  3. Just noticed 2 frames for £100 on ebay, might be my salvation.
  4. Thats great, thanks for the information. I have been looking on ebay quite a bit for one. I may yet buy another Ossa MAR frame if it required butchery, wouldn't want to not be able to go back to a solo bike, but dont have funds for a complete new outfit, plus wife thinks i have enough toys already
  5. Hi folks, Fancy having a go at sidecar trials and currently own a 1975 Ossa Mar 250. 2 questions if i may, does anyone know of a used chair for sale for sensible money, if not i will have a go at making one as plenty of reference photos around and i can weld (or so i tell myself) but has anyone done it to an Ossa before, can find pictures of a yellow Ossa 350 on the web but the frame looks different, it's the headstock mount that looks tricky to resolve.
  6. Thanks to all, I got in touch with Steve Sell and he has knuckles so have ordered one from him plus a clutch lightening arm, but may buy the one on ebay if it doesnt go too silly for contingency.
  7. Thanks have asked for a price, cheers, Ian.
  8. unfortunately when i go to order shipping comes out at $236, so a non-starter, like my Ossa, have emailed to query why so ridiculously high
  9. Great thanks, will contact and order, regards, Ian.
  10. well solved the clutch slip/kickstart issue, put it all together and started to kick it over when the kickstart went all floppy again. Damn i thought its the springs again but no this time the kickstart knuckle has cracked through so it cant grip!! InMotion have it listed but out of stock, has anyone ever found an alternative that fits, tried all my ductai/benelli ones to no avail, or know of a source of knuckles.
  11. now solved it was clutch slip as really screwed the springs up and now working, thanks.
  12. Thanks for the responses will work on a longer actuating arm, as dont want to be excluded, regards, Ian
  13. Hi, Just a couple of questions about classic trials events and bike spec. The clutch on my Ossa MAR is heavier than the one on my Ducati, and on Ebay you can buy some really cheap chinese hydraulic clutch kits whihc might bring a solution to the heaviness, would these be allowed in twin shock trials or is it deemed out of keeping? Secondly, as acquired the bike is missing one spoke out of each wheel, can you buy single spokes, if so from where, or would it not be a scrutineering failure? Thanks for any advice offered. regards, Ian.
  14. Thanks for confirming what i suspected, have now adjusted springs really tight and all seems to be working thanks.
  15. Hi, just changed the clutch springs in my MAR for new ones and now the kickstart doesn't turn the engine, and there is a nasty spring recoil noise,seems to be return spring noise, have checked that there is plenty of free play in cable and that the new springs are tensioned up enough, any ideas, am going to refit original springs but seems like the rachet is no longer engaging. would rather not have to split cases. Thanks for any advise
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