316 S/S on the menu!

by Chris Fice
(Plymouth Devon UK)

The pipes were formed with the aid of the Mitler Brothers Hydraulic Tube Bender, which I had shipped over with no hassles at all. 1 1/2

The pipes were formed with the aid of the Mitler Brothers Hydraulic Tube Bender, which I had shipped over with no hassles at all. 1 1/2

The pipes were formed with the aid of the Mitler Brothers Hydraulic Tube Bender, which I had shipped over with no hassles at all. 1 1/2
For all you TIG welders out there you should recognize this design of bars! Yes TIG guns.
Keeping thing tidy with a mount to house Fuel pump on one side/relays and fuse box on the other.
Nearly there!

After the Kawasaki VN800 project went out the door it wasn't long before the next project rolled up to the lift.

Yamaha FZ 750 in a hard tail stretch.

Now coming to the end of the, not so much a build but a revamp but needles to say no expense was spared for 316 S/S was on the menu.

Here are a couple of bits and bobs that were on the menu.

The pipes were formed with the aid of the Mitler Brothers Hydraulic Tube Bender, which I had shipped over with no hassles at all.

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