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Hello Tom, Thanks a lot for your quick answer, I contact Alyn right now.
Hello John, Thanks a lot for your quick answer, the photos are already there, yours or someone elses, that I don't know. I must admit I use internet without understanding how it works, just like with my Vincent.Hello, Some years ago I got this unit from our then esteemed editor Robert Watson.
The unit is American and has transformed both the comfort and the handling. Only regret is that it came to late for my Cadwell days.
Will try to attach a photo or two, if this fails will upload to the miscellaneous photo section under Brampton's.
Hello John, Thanks a lot for your quick answer, the photos are already there, yours or someone elses, that I don't know. I must admit I use internet without understanding how it works, just like with my Vincent.
All the best, Stéphane.
That is because it is an "amateur" job. A joint effort by a couple of Australians to get the desired result. The unit could be cleaned up as it is the result of a few years of trial & error BUT it does work a treat. It is about to undergo another incarnation but will still look like the "amateur" job it is.Dear Robert,
Thanks for all your informations, very intresting. Your montage is what I saw on the IOM, nicely done. From the pictures, the unit made from an Ikon damper looks like an "amateur job". I think I will try to make my own this winter. If it works before Easter, I let you know.
All the best, Stéphane.
Stephane, (I cannot find the accent on my computer) I appreciate the language barrier is an issue & I apologise for taking offence where none was intended. Enjoy!Dear Alyn,
Please excuse my "French", in my home language, amateur work means something like love and involvement in what you do. It was a compliment, I hope to achive the same level. Thanks again for your help.