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Glennn

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What Dave said. He's seen countless pics of it on another forum:laugh:. Its a 1985. Mostly stock. Unseen are fork upgrades, better shock, different clip on handlebars, and minor changes in the ugly original rear fender and signals.
 

Glennn

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The anti dive was never loved. When I upgraded the forks, the anti dives got gutted and now only serve to keep oil in the forks. While I'm not a purist, I like that it keeps an original look. The 16" wheel was another short lived fad. I'm not a particularly aggressive rider so it's served me fine for the last 21 years.
 

gnarlydog australia

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is that Guzzi all looks or up to the job?
well, it seems the part but I have not ridden it, so I can't judge.
It is however heavier than what I ride currently and that kind of dampens my interest :cautious:

The rider is new to dirt roads and rides it very conservatively but I am sure it is more pleasant than your average bloated GS machine :tomato2:

deep rainforest by gnarlydog, on Flickr
 

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