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Image: 436 - Leading link forks being fitted to the Fazer

Image: 437 - Right hand side of leading link forhs showing direct loading of the Hagon shocks

Image: 438 - The side rails for the chair are laid in place

Image: 351 - Yamaha Ta 125 Fuel Tank Original 001

Image: 439 - Brackets are designed to be strong yet light, it is a racer after all.

Image: 440 - The sidecar floor support take shape

Image: 352 - Yamaha Ta 125 Fuel Tank Replica 001

Image: 441 - Support for the bodywork must be close fitting for aerodynamics

Image: 442 - A wooden mock-up gives us the shape for the floor pan

Image: 353 - Yamaha Ta 125 Fuel Tank Replica 002

Image: 443 - Lightweight bodywork for the sidecar is fitted.

Image: 444 - The finished floor, made of checkerplate fits nicely

Image: 354 - Yamaha Ta 125 Fuel Tank Replica 003

Image: 445 - The Yamaha Fazer Outfit is all ready to go on this side too.

Image: 446 - Just waiting for a rider to give it some herbs

Image: 355 - Yamaha Ta 125 Fuel Tank Replica 004

Image: 447 - Dave on board his new leading link forked Fazer, ready to give it a blast.

Image: 448 - On the start line. The proof of the pudding is about to be in the eating.
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