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  1. #1
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    Hello from NNJ in the US.

    Recently my son purchased a 1982 GS750T and we are in the process of rebuilding it.


    Previous bikes

    1998 Honda SuperHawk
    1997 Kawasaki Concours
    1993 Yamaha Virago
    1984 Honda XR350
    various mini bikes with the infamous Briggs and Strattons

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    A bike restoration is a great way to spend time with a child.
    Welcome to the site.
    2@ \'78 GS1000

  3. #3
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    Yay, another "T" lives again. Welcome, and great choice of bike. But I'm biased.

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    Welcome from CNJ....
    Good luck on the resto.

    When consulting the magic 8 ball for advice, one must first ask it "will your answers be accurate?"

    Glen
    -85 1150 es - Plus size supermodel.
    -Rusty old scooter.
    Other things I like to photograph.....instagram.com/gs_junkie
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/152267...7713345317771/

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    Welcome!

    I second that emotion about “another T”.

    Post pics when you can...on this thread:

    https://www.thegsresources.com/_foru...nk)&highlight=

    Enjoy your way around here!

    Ed

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    Last edited by GSXR7ED; 02-15-2020 at 01:06 PM.
    GS750TZ V&H/4-1, Progressive Shocks, Rebuilt MC/braided line, Tarozzi Stabilizer[Seq#2312]
    GS750TZ Parts Bike [Seq#6036]
    GSX-R750Y (Sold)

    The fact that you infer my non-acceptance is what I'm talking about. (31Jan2021)
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    There are a few of us that are a bit more than partial to the 750T's around here. Great bikes... Do check out the link that Ed posted up. https://www.thegsresources.com/_foru...nk)&highlight= should be inspiring for you during your resto-build.

    And WELCOME to the site...
    '83 GS 1100T
    The Jet



    '95 GSXR 750w
    The Rocket

    I'm sick of all these Irish stereotypes! When I finish my beer, I'm punching someone in the face ! ! !

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