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Old 05-15-2011, 09:28 AM   #95
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Originally Posted by Motojournalism View Post
*Fixt* Makes yr D700 look like an old Kodak Suits the bike

Killer score, man.
Great to see all the original tags, manual etc, I love sh*t like that.
Just catching-up on the whole thread now...
Thanks mate! Those photos were with my 35mm manual focus vintage lens (I forget how old.) It's my absolute favorite on the d7000 but being that it's all manual and I shoot manual mode, I kept forgetting to set aperture =/

As to the above re-surfacing answer: Wes ran the crank case surfaces over glass and cleaned them, thats about it. The surfaces I'm referring to are the cylinder to head and cylinder to crank case where the powder coat had over spray. I'm think scotch brite may be able to get it off but I don't know if it's abrasive enough to remove powder coat. There's enough for me to worry about it causing a leak.
I'll post pictures later today.
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