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royalenfield@yahoogroups.com
Sep 1
#77805
 
77804

Re: Solution for Separated Headlight for 2015 Classic

Hi, Sounds like the Thunderbird parts might be the way to go. Is there any chance in knowing exactly which parts would be required apart from the headlight and
carlo.righini
Aug 30
#77804
 
77803

Re: Solution for Separated Headlight for 2015 Classic

The Thunderbird parts are a straight fit for the classic 500. Make sure you get the Thunderbird front mudguard as well.  Your front wheel and disk brake
tatsago
Aug 30
#77803
 
77802

Re: Solution for Separated Headlight for 2015 Classic

I was wondering the same thing. There isn't, as far as can tell, a place to mount the handlebars. The short answer is probably no to a kit though I guess there
Dee Rane
Aug 30
#77802
 
77801

Re: Solution for Separated Headlight for 2015 Classic

... year or so ago for the bargain price of 99 pence as no one else bidded. Gerry.
Gerry Start
Aug 30
#77801
 
77800

Re: Solution for Separated Headlight for 2015 Classic

I think that they have a current model in India called the Thunderbird that has the separate headlight and the straight fork sliders. Have a browse on Ebay
ace.cafe
Aug 30
#77800
 
77799

Re: Solution for Separated Headlight for 2015 Classic

This answer maybe going a bit far, but you could try putting the hole GT continental front-end on your C5. And if you're or you already have changed the
Keith - Post Office
Aug 30
#77799
 
77798

Solution for Separated Headlight for 2015 Classic

Hi All, I have a new 2015 Royal Enfield classic, but want to change the look of the front by making the front headlight a separated unit as opposed to the
carlo.righini
Aug 29
#77798
 
77797

field stand?

This was pointed out to me on eBay it's not for me , but it maybe for you older boy with WW II bikes.
Keith - Post Office
Aug 29
#77797
 
77796

Re: New here. Hello from DC! Stripped rocker bearing stud.

Hi Justin I guess to try to answer your question about the rocker stud I must ask did you have to use a metric socket to tighten the stud nuts? I can't
Terry Duffy
Aug 28
#77796
 
77795

New here. Hello from DC! Stripped rocker bearing stud.

Hello from DC! I've been turning to postings in this group as often as the manual in repairs and maintenance of my first bike, a 2004 500 bullet. I recently
jzamieroski
Aug 28
#77795
 
77794

Re: [Bulk] [Enfield] Hello from Kent, UK.

Cheers Graham, Nice bit of ingenuity. Having not done one before, I'd not of thought of this, but will give it a go. What about pressing out the driveshaft and
kentishaleisbest
Aug 21
#77794
 
77793

Re: Big Hello from Mid Kent, UK.

G'day, Nice comments. I agree too, the later 500 spec is far better. I'm making use of the 350 chassis spares for the moment. My Twin LS brake plate, should
kentishaleisbest
Aug 21
#77793
 
77792

Re: [Bulk] [Enfield] Hello from Kent, UK.

Splitting the crank is not hard but use a set aquare to mark the flywheels to give yourself a starting point for assembly. Machine 3 bolts, with a fine thread
Graham Swingland
Aug 21
#77792
 
77791

Re: Big Hello from Mid Kent, UK.

I saw the photos of the 500cc, you shouldn't have any problems with the 350, they were the original design. I have a 1972 Enfield India 350 which like you say
victortrry
Aug 21
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