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Project The FZR on Steroids Bike

Discussion in 'Other Projects - Other Bikes (non 250's)' started by GreyImport, Sep 21, 2019.

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    GreyImport Administrator Staff Member The Chief Contributing Member

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    Been awhile since I turned a spanner on anything but just installing the gear shift shaft support creates the usual mess on the floor .... at least the gear linkages get a good grease and oil change in the process

    The new shed whirlybird becomes a disco light as well at night :dance2:

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    Does this mean your new shed is finished?
     
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    Not even council approved yet
    New whirlybird is on the old shed to try and keep the heat down inside

    Could you please submit an amended plan set that shows only the 1 design (Page 4 as I understand it, and not include current page 3/5 as they are not true representations of the entire development). The plan Set needs to show dimensions for the height of the Garaport/Garage (to both the eaves at top most ridge above existing/proposed ground level). Page 4 with a couple of additional details should be able to show this fairly well. This page 4 would be considered the ‘elevation’ plans. You should show each side of the Garaport/Garage – identifying north, south, east and west elevations with dimensions for height, length and width.

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    Have Kris draw it for them mate... then again...his drawings would be too sophisticated for them.
     
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