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Old 23/09/2017, 07:49 PM
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Default 1958 20D restoration.

Hello to everyone, as a new member in the early stages of a total restoration of a 20D roadster (of the road since approx. 1961) I am hoping that some of the many questions that I will crop up can be answered by those members who will almost certainly have met the same problems. The first question is where do the multitude of spacers go and in what order? I have trawled through the forums but with very little success. Any sketches or lists would help, please.
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Old 23/09/2017, 09:31 PM
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This may be the thread you are looking for http://www.greeves-riders.org.uk/for...t=frame+spacer

Drawings for individual older machines are available from the GRA archive, contact Rob Thornton 'Rob' on here via a PM

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Old 24/09/2017, 11:28 AM
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Default Spacers.

Thanks John for that essential info. I was in the process of assigning all the bits as I thought fit but it soon became obvious that wasn't a good idea! There were some spacers left over! NOT GOOD. Thanks again for your invaluable help.
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