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Offline 2fITy.J

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DT100C
« on: April 16, 2016, 11:41:04 AM »
Hahahaha...no board for the DT100.....  ::) :P

No problems...most wouldn't bother, but I've decided to.  ;D


I have had a DT100C frame, swinger, rear wheel and triples...and one shocky for a few years.

Have had a few plans for it including bolting it on the outside wall with a bikes wanted sign or build some yard furniture inspired by this.






*But I have decided to get it together as a trailie again.....slowly.

Won't be anything like stock that's for sure as it will be made up of various Yammies from the 70's. Forks will govern the wheels I use, tank governs the seat, that sort of thing.

Here's what I'm starting with....






Seems the DT100C is as unique as the IT400C....not much at all in regards compatibility with other bikes....it will be a mission.



Cheers,
Chris.

PS: As Leslie says....*because I can.
A bike in the bush is worth two in the shed!

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Re: DT100C
« Reply #1 on: April 16, 2016, 12:49:24 PM »
Have you been eating yabbies from contaminated ponds again?

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Re: DT100C
« Reply #2 on: April 16, 2016, 01:09:45 PM »
Yeah-nah....(I gotta very strong constitution)

But, I have been shopping at Aldi lately.....  ::)


...so I really dunno what it was.
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Re: DT100C
« Reply #3 on: April 16, 2016, 04:56:42 PM »
The DT100C has a 19" front wheel with 30mm forks  :o :o :o ...after that they went to 27mm...and 18" front wheel.  ::)

Although I need an entire front end (only have spare 27 and 36mm forks) I rifled through my wheel/tyre tower and found this.....









Spooky......





Could even be an AG100 front wheel....very spooky!


Going to help a mate move stuff tomorrow, he's got a pile of old bikes and bits so I will take the DT100's triples with me.....meanwhile.....






I am always spilling those tiny ball bearings....base ones are clinging to a magnet.




Cheers,
Chris.
A bike in the bush is worth two in the shed!

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Dirty Dozen '13 DR650SE - '90 DR650RS - '82 IT465J - '82 IT250J - '80 GT80G - '77 A100B - '76 DT100C - '76 TC125 - '75 TM75 - '73 MX80 -       '73 TC100K - '69 TC120-1

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Re: DT100C
« Reply #4 on: April 16, 2016, 05:21:06 PM »








Spooky......



Spokey, very spokey...    ;D
Go soothingly on the grease mud, as there lurks the skid demon.

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Re: DT100C
« Reply #5 on: April 16, 2016, 05:40:31 PM »
 ::) Wayno.....when I sit on a bike they get lighter...no stress on those little ranga's.


 ;D ;D
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Re: DT100C
« Reply #6 on: April 29, 2016, 07:01:24 PM »
I have a set of 27mm forks, wheel and triples from an MX100 and set about to see if the MX triples would fit the DT100C frame....quick part number check revealed all the races, balls, nut...everything, except the lower race dust seal, are the same part number for the two models.

Although I haven't done anything up tight it seems like a simple mod to the steering stops may make it possible.

At the moment the MX steering stops impact the gusset on the steering head and won't allow it to turn a millimetre...so I can't tell if the lower race is contacting before the base of the headstem impacts the lower triple.....




I am thinking to grind a few millimetres off the top of the stops so they go under the DT's gussetting. Then I may have to grind a few mill. off the base of the DT's headstem.

Hopefully the only issue will sorting an appropriate dust seal and a guard mount...and not the forks hitting the tank, but with luck the different fork width will allow some room.



Cheers,
Chris.
A bike in the bush is worth two in the shed!

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Dirty Dozen '13 DR650SE - '90 DR650RS - '82 IT465J - '82 IT250J - '80 GT80G - '77 A100B - '76 DT100C - '76 TC125 - '75 TM75 - '73 MX80 -       '73 TC100K - '69 TC120-1

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Re: DT100C
« Reply #7 on: April 29, 2016, 07:56:26 PM »
Mate dropped this off about an hour ago...all he wants is the engine in it. It's a 1982 TF100 with a TS125 engine.








Transmission seems fine but motor is locked.....  :o








Should be a doddle to get the TS engine out, just undo this threaded rod....  :D :D :D








Then find the split link and drop the chain...the only thing holding the rear in place.  :o :o








Chain is under a lot of tension and the sprockets do not line up.....  ::)








Does have two sidestands though.....  ;D ;D









The TF's rear shockies do fit up to the DT frame. It also sports a 27mm front end with a 19" wheel (rear is 17") I may soon have the choice of three front ends for the little DT100C.


Cheers,
Chris.

PS: Tank is miles off fitting the DT.
A bike in the bush is worth two in the shed!

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Dirty Dozen '13 DR650SE - '90 DR650RS - '82 IT465J - '82 IT250J - '80 GT80G - '77 A100B - '76 DT100C - '76 TC125 - '75 TM75 - '73 MX80 -       '73 TC100K - '69 TC120-1

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Re: DT100C
« Reply #8 on: April 29, 2016, 09:19:15 PM »
You're missing the important bit of that rear engine mount, mate. Gravity.

Same thing as holding my cruise control module in on my ute. And it was proffessionally installed. yes, there are two 'f's

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Re: DT100C
« Reply #9 on: April 29, 2016, 09:32:21 PM »
Hehe...if it was able to swing down (and it can't) it would still be about 10mm out. Both rear mounts are resting on the frame lugs which are laterally 1" away.....was never gonna be!
A bike in the bush is worth two in the shed!

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Dirty Dozen '13 DR650SE - '90 DR650RS - '82 IT465J - '82 IT250J - '80 GT80G - '77 A100B - '76 DT100C - '76 TC125 - '75 TM75 - '73 MX80 -       '73 TC100K - '69 TC120-1