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Discussion in 'The Pub' started by my67xr, Jun 13, 2017.

  1. sharky

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    20170828_134247.jpg new rear pads & front dust seals, handgrips, fuel cap bolts & some spring clips 20171003_115012.jpg they sent another bonus set of fuel cap bolts:dance2:, also got screen spikes, voltmeters, kawasaki blank keys & I got some pvc braid to cover the plug leads, its rated at 125deg so I got a few metres of the 25mm also to try over the rad hoses, the hairdryer on high didnt affect it, see how it goes:cool:
     
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    i use those handgrips and they are very comfortable
     
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    Hey @risky I was just looking at those grips trying to figure out which way felt better, do you have the anodised or rubber piece facing outwards?
     
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    That expanding braid is good, the only thing is the frayed end's, must have to melt it to stop it from fraying once it's on, or use some heatshrink to cover it
    Jaycar sell the same stuff but black and a lot dearer
     
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    the curved part goes under the thumb so faces inwards with the rubber part under the glove hand.rubber end is outer.
     
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    Yeah I noticed that, just ducked down Jaycar & got some tough 30mm heatshrink & some 10mm for the plug leads.
     
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    Got some fairing clips 20171024_121728.jpg
     
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    Mr postman decided to show up today with some new parts for the ZX2R, cheering about it, just have to wait on some more parts and i can start making some progress. 5cfdecb573b713c5a27b58d25cb14d6b.jpg

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    Glad everything arrived intact & on time :thumb_ups:, if your waiting on the Lite Tek kit it usually arrives in 14 days.
     
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    Mr Postman turned up again today, cheers to the peeps at LiteTek for the gasket kit 443296810cffa2266d4c1d30fa06b228.jpg

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    Gladly awoken by the courier this morning, he came via our favorite dismantler with the missing pieces of the puzzle I needed, cheers:thumb_ups: 20171114_095718.jpg
     
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    Look, the postman didn’t bring me anything. I think I need to find another cheap fixxer-upper to feel the excitement of the morning parcel delivery again. :)
     
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    Just get onto ebay and buy some Chinese bling for your current ride :)
    My postman hates me, as I always buy smalls and he has to get off his bike for me to sign his FRED :D
     
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    Yea I always try to catch my postie so he doesnt have to get off ... but he rides a Victory ... and understands little bike parts coming from outer Mongolia

    Its all about priorities in life ... :D

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    They gave me a form to fill out so I don't have to sign for parcels. And I have an old fridge for a mailbox to fit the parcels. I live out of town a bit.
     
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    The postman came a couple of weeks ago, only just opened some today.
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    Pw80 getting rebuilt, for a possible Christmas present, perhaps.
     
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    If there was a Litetek option I would have bought that instead :) 0a104724a7ca1bd85ca0dd9582cc3760.jpg 43d157537015f0adbfc563253812e8f8.jpg 11860fe7aa01dde3aeafb7dd93b2a1c9.jpg 0fa3775c99198c8d8afe91a8cdc177d4.jpg
     
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