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  1. elevensies

    elevensies Noble Member

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    went for a blast on the old 350

    did about 10 miles and got a puncture.....grrr
    anyhooo

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  2. elevensies

    elevensies Noble Member

    Jun 11, 2019
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    oh and while im thinking, anyone have any ideas for a bag for the bike, to carry a few odds n sods in, dont want a tool roll, they are a bit too harley o_O
     
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  3. joe mc donald

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    The bike is a real beauty. You can get a small tank bag that just Velcro's on. When i next see my mate i shall ask where he got his and perhaps take a picture.
    Joe.
     
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  4. Mark9

    Mark9 Senior Member
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    You need Goop!

    Works just as well with inner tubes.

     
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  5. Sandi T

    Sandi T It's ride o'clock somewhere!
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    Nice to see you back on the Forum, @elevensies! :):heart: The bike looks good--in spite of the puncture. :heart_eyes: Not too sure that tool rolls are appropriate just for Harleys, though. ;):joy:
     
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  6. elevensies

    elevensies Noble Member

    Jun 11, 2019
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    ohh sandi :p
    heyyy yeah back and bouncing i guess
    :joy:
     
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  7. elevensies

    elevensies Noble Member

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    spent a hour on the old trumpet earlier ironing out a couple of issues...now have a working horn, had to replace the 12v one that clearly wasnt working for a 6v one i had in, and fix the puncture,
    had a quick blast all is working, everything works, starts first kick now, no oil leaks, all electrics work surprisingly well, has good charge at all times, and iv even got the speedo to work....phew
     
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  8. PatW

    PatW Member

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    Please don't use Goop...anyone who has had to change tyres with this crap in will know why. Plug a tubeless and patch a tubed. It'll save you money as most bike shops will charge you extra to clean up the wheels before putting new tyres on, and they'll hate you forever..:rolleyes:
     
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