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    I've been told to make sure everything is up to scratch before going to the engineer because they won't certify it otherwise as they are putting their name to an unroadworthy vehicle.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Para045 View Post
    Have you met Steve? He usually wears a cardie anyway

    To be honest looking at that pic I'd be concerned about no guard over the rear tyre as well, slip backwards slightly and it could be nasty

    No no no its your turn to wear it...dont forget the incontinence pants....dont want anymore accidents...
    Smoke me a kipper...I'll be home in time for breakfast
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    Looked at the chassis and found that the previous owner did not cut or modify it.

    The defect states engineering certificate is needed for single seat conversion.
    However if the bike is restored to stock, I am assuming that engineering certificate will not be required ?


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    Went down there and picked some parts.

    Looking for seat now, Osborne Park and Maddington wreckers did not have it.

    Any other recommendations?
    Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by El Skitzo View Post
    Have you tried at:
    http://twowheelwreckers.com.au/

    There must be a heap of these things getting in accidents and wrecked all the time.


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    You've been fed a shit tonne of crappy advice in this thread and the few pieces of good advice have been drowned out by the shit. PSB has only a few members that do any major mods to their bikes, so most are just guessing.

    Take the bike to Brooklands Auto in Wangara and John will be able to tell you from a 5 minute walkaround exactly what you need to do, and the cheapest way to do it. The time you spent in Welshpool (and cost I'm assuming for the inspection) could have been saved by a quick visit to the right people.

    The only other place I would trust would be Retro Moto Co in Fremantle, but they aren't licensed inspectors so they can only really give good guidance. The Harley guys may know other good places but personally those are my recommendations and the ones I used.
    Ryan

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    Try Para045, he definitely sounds all gooey in the fork for ya
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    Quote Originally Posted by zeno View Post
    Looked at the chassis and found that the previous owner did not cut or modify it.

    The defect states engineering certificate is needed for single seat conversion.
    However if the bike is restored to stock, I am assuming that engineering certificate will not be required ?
    Correct
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    Quote Originally Posted by zeno View Post
    However if the bike is restored to stock, I am assuming that engineering certificate will not be required ?
    Yep, this.

    If the frame hasn't been cut or modified then that's good news. It means that you can bolt original stuff back on and get it back to how it was when it left the factory.

    Inspections are all about the vehicle being in/having the same specifications as it did when made by the manufacturer.
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