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    Silver Subscriber deltl1ks's Avatar
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    Decided to drop in

    I’m looking for pictures of my TLS 1000 from way back when.

    Beeza? Haven’t frequent the site for five plus years I think. I could be wrong. Still have my TLP banner from the old days.
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    I'll never forget. I will strive to live up to the examples you both set.

    In honor of mom and dad.

    http://www.kbtdel.com/mom/motherslove.jpg

    https://www.tlzone.net/forums/showthread.php?p=1054843

    Happy Father's Day dad

    https://www.tlzone.net/forums/open-fo...thers-day.html

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    Where the "F" have you been.

    good to see you're still alive and kicking!

    pics might be an issue after photobucket got smart a few years back

    what you been up to?


    cheers stu

    Naked TLS 97 , D port heads, TRE, Carrozzaria gold wheels, GSXR750 triples and forks, R1 calipers, Ti Force titanium exhaust system, welded clutch centre, ring-in CCC, polished pressure plate, 999 ducati radiator, custom handlebar fairing, polished ali screen, TLR clocks, Van reservoirs, TLR swingarm, TLR Ohlins rear shock, Norton Commando handlebars on 65mm risers, extra heavy polished billet brass bar-ends, custom shaped seat pad, billet levers and pegs, stainless brake lines, modified airbox, PC11 ,undertail, hugger, clear taillight lens, hidden LED number plate lights, Personal number plate (97TLS),SV coils, ring-in pushrod seal saver.

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    Yep, still some of us old geezers here, Del. How are things out east?
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