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I stumbled across the following.



1954 Norton Dominator 88 cafe - Yamaha wheels, Lyta tank ( project in progress)
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what are the kids stamping out there at the end?


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They appear to be cush drive rubbers for the rear wheel of 125 Hondas. The technique could possibly be modified to produce Norton cush drive clutch rubbers.

Actually shows a refurbished hub in the bottom left of the picture above. Didn't notice that before.

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1954 Norton Dominator 88 cafe - Yamaha wheels, Lyta tank ( project in progress)
1969 Triumph Bonneville
Currently 6 other non-Brit machines.
Past history includes 11 Brit and 13 non-Brit machines.
Some impressive and some just silly.
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I like the ingenuity, recycling, and work ethic. I wish the YouTube publishers wouldn't fake the "World's Fastest Workers" part of it by speeding up the video, though!

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So you're getting a part with thousands of miles on it before its ever installed grin
If they could figure out a way to mage foot peg rubbers out of them it might be a damn bit more durable than the India made ones available now.


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Are you sure about that
These workers are all on piece rate probably something like 0.001¢ per item so they have to work fast or starve


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