Classic Discs

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mickm
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Classic Discs

Post by mickm » Wed May 24, 2017 4:45 pm

Can anyone help with supplying all 3 discs for a Classic?

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Re: Classic Discs

Post by Joe » Wed May 24, 2017 11:19 pm

Hello Mick,

Allbikeengineering can make any disc to any patten. http://www.allbikeengineering.co.uk
Best of all they're only in Greenwich just through the Blackwell tunnel. They can also service and supply new forks and they make all the bits here.

Cheers, Joe.

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Re: Classic Discs

Post by johnbirchjar » Wed May 24, 2017 11:30 pm

Can anyone care to explain to me why Bike Discs are silly money while discs for cars cost peanuts?J.B.

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Re: Classic Discs

Post by Interpol2471 » Mon Jun 05, 2017 1:08 am

HI Mick I think I have some spares let me look
Various rubbish in various states of decay.....

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Re: Classic Discs

Post by mickm » Mon Jun 05, 2017 10:15 pm

Hi Joe
Thanks for the information. It looks like I'll have to replace the front discs soon. I've just returned from a trip to Dijon Prenois Moto Legends weekend. After rebuilding the hydraulics I still get a front end judder. I think that I've a distortion on both front discs.

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Re: Classic Discs

Post by mickm » Mon Jun 05, 2017 10:20 pm

Hi Joe
Thanks for the information. It looks like I'll have to replace the front discs soon. I've just returned from a trip to Dijon Prenois Moto Legends weekend. After rebuilding the hydraulics I still get a front end judder. I think that I've a distortion on both front discs.
Although help may be on the way ,I'm not shure who but I if you do have some discs yes please. Mick

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Re: Classic Discs

Post by Joe » Wed Jun 07, 2017 12:25 am

Hello Mick,

Sounds like Paul has come to your rescue. Good news.

I believe A.B.E. can also regrind discs if you have enough metal left.

Do you have any of the Norton type key rings left?

Regards, Joe

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Re: Classic Discs

Post by mickm » Mon Jun 12, 2017 10:18 am

Hi Joe Thanks for that. I've a 0.005 trough on the discs so may be they can be ground! The rear is ok a good brake but getting near the end of its life.
Sorry I dont think I have any key holders left. Mick

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