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After 3 years of pampering, an unattended tip over

Discussion in 'Norton Motorcycles (Modern)' started by contours, Jun 10, 2019.

  1. john clark

    john clark

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    Had exactly the same problem lot of mates turned up on my drive last year usual some of them using my compressor to inflate their tyres replacer broken foot rest on one of their sons cbr6000 then got on my commando and dropped it due to that side stand don't care what anyone tells me it too long so got it shortened by 25mm now perfect for me thinking of having rear sets made for it anyone did this
     
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  2. Bernhard

    Bernhard

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    Apr 20, 2011

    OH sucks; someone has to be politically correct; Gender stereotypes banned in UK ads;

    http://www.netimperative.com/2019/06/gender-stereotypes-banned-in-uk-ads/
     
  3. MxMartin

    MxMartin

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    I think my comment was along the lines of "looks like your brake lever has a 180deg bend, does it now double up as a drinks holder?" hehe
     
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  4. contours

    contours VIP MEMBER

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    Back to the crime scene once again. Installing a new lever was a 3 minute job with 2 minutes consumed by trying understand why Richard C’s manual did not match my set up. o_O

    Now she’s ready for a test ride to see if my oil change from a month ago is problem-free. In any case she will be bundled up next Tuesday and shipped off to Colorado where my brother lives. Then I’ll ride around those gorgeous mountain roads with the wife and big brother for 10 days in September. No more harsh New England climate for this girl ... for the bike, of course ... not the wife. ;)
     
    Last edited: Jul 5, 2019

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