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Re: G3

When I had to remove my tank, the wiring was a right pain. So I cut each wire in turn and fitted coloured male and female bullet connectors. It's a piece of cake now but far from original, but I don't care and it's all hidden anyway. The instructions are to pass the whole panel through the slot as you remove the tank.....Yeah right!! :thinking_face: Ron
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email (option): ronpier@talk21.com

Re: G3

It would be nice to meet you Im on the same site as Ron at Etreham with my mate Neil with his G3 as well
Colin

email (option): colina3cje@gmail.com

Re: G3

Talking about the Tank you will probably have noticed that it has the wrong one fitted. I think its from the 50s, will get a correct one when I find one at a reasonable price and the bank balance has recovered a bit.
Colin

email (option): colina3cje@gmail.com

Re: G3

Ok, I'll come and see Ron anyway, and we will try to go on the trip to Donald Fife's chapel that Ron and Sven are organising.

Your tank is probably wartime, but the smaller one for a G3L, after 1948 the filler caps were altered for the bayonet type. It's perfectly normal for it to have been fitted after the Army rebuild, a lot of rebuilt G3's also have smaller headlamps, pannier frames etc. etc.

Lex

email (option): welbike@welbi**.net

Re: G3

i notice on some war time pics that some panel tanks seem to be slightly shorter than another??

barry

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