What a pain in the arse that was

Discussion in 'UK Motorcycles' started by Whinging Courier, Mar 26, 2006.

  1. A 15 minute job to fit a tail tidy ended up taking 3 hours.

    I had to bodge[1] the original indicators on and now it looks ok.

    Now, where TF can I buy some aftermarket indicators that look somewhere
    approaching the old standard one?

    <Goes-a-Googling>

    [1] Read: destroy
     
    Whinging Courier, Mar 26, 2006
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    BGN Guest

    You're ratting it already?

    I've not even had a ride of it yet and you're ratting your glossy new
    wheels?
     
    BGN, Mar 26, 2006
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  3. In uk.rec.motorcycles, BGN belched forth and ejected the following:
    The same thought occurred to me, too.
    I've also had another thought.

    I've bought some aftermarket indicators now and it was a ten mile round
    trip to Edgware to get them; that's when it came to me.

    Why not get your arse up here and we'll do some "filtering like a
    bastard"(t.m), noone will get the arse because people expect it here and
    with London traffic travelling at an average of 4mph, so I'm told,
    there's no point because you can **** off sharpish.

    I think this will help you in two main ways:

    1) It will help your forward planning
    2) You'll expect everyone to drive like a twat[1] and they will.

    [1] Not in the good sense.
     
    Whinging Courier, Mar 26, 2006
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    Beelzebub Guest

    He probably wants to take his time over it, rather than ratting it
    completely in one go...

    ;-)
     
    Beelzebub, Mar 26, 2006
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    BGN Guest

    Thanks - I will take you up on the offer later on in the year when
    it's less likely to flood.

    Thanks for picking up the phone earlier on - I needed a natter.

    Take care,
     
    BGN, Mar 26, 2006
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