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BMW R75 Chang Jiang Repros

Article about: Hello All Not sure if this question should be in the Re-enacting part of the forum! but could anyone tell me just how different the Chang Jiang 750 is from the original BMW R75. Ive not seen

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    Hi John, welcome to the forum!

    That photo shows two comrades of mine from my unit and was taken at Twinwoods a few years ago now.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Hi Ade,

    Can you remember if it was running and who owned it at the time? I know of two previous owners and I'm trying to find the last time it ran. I needs a little work at the moment, I haven't had it running yet and I've a few things to do to it.

    Regards

    John
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  3. #13

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    Hi John, I think it was running, but I cannot be 100% sure on this? The owner I cannot now recall, sorry.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    ottodog1
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    this may be a dumb question, but Im newhere and how do I post a new thread?

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    hello and welcome.
    Go to a the category in which you want to open a new thread, and you will find just above the category, left, a the button you need to do so.
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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    ottodog1
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    o, thanks, but being that Im here, mabye someone can answer my question, I have an early Chang Yiang, M1 750 6 volt kick start , am I corrrect to assume that it is NOT a postive ground system? the old owner seems to think that the positive lead of the battery goes to the chasis? any input will help
    thanks

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    von Ross
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    Quote by ottodog1 View Post
    o, thanks, but being that Im here, mabye someone can answer my question, I have an early Chang Yiang, M1 750 6 volt kick start , am I corrrect to assume that it is NOT a postive ground system? the old owner seems to think that the positive lead of the battery goes to the chasis? any input will help
    thanks
    Hi , ottodog1, and hi everybody . I'm new here , I'm from Vilnius , Lithuania , 61 . My basic hobby is ZUENDAPP , I have K 800W now , try to restore KS 600W , and have an russ. M72 ex military , 1953 for future Also with group of friends we try to reenact WK II , a small unit of GD Div.
    Now for ottodog1 . If chinese have made copy of M 72 - negative lead must go to the chasis .
    And few foto for a first time - Rreenactment 05.2009 .

    and my baby :

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