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Old 03-02-2005, 12:12 PM   #16
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I'm much more annoying than any of those gits. I'm guessing you're the little sissy at the bottom/middle.... :ymca

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so you don't know the young ones? man, you gotta rent them, funny shiz

actually that is the coolio one, almost doesn't fit. the pseudo anarchist is the spazzy lookin one on the right. the one in the back is the burned out hippie, and the one on the left is the crazy punker.
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Old 03-02-2005, 12:14 PM   #17
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so you don't know the young ones? man, you gotta rent them, funny shiz

actually that is the coolio one, almost doesn't fit. the pseudo anarchist is the spazzy lookin one on the right. the one in the back is the burned out hippie, and the one on the left is the crazy punker.
Too old for that shiz....me more Pythonesque...
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Old 03-02-2005, 12:16 PM   #18
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Too old for that shiz....me more Pythonesque...
luv em too - but i think the young ones are nearly contemporary - at least the 80s right? i watched reruns because it was a brit show
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Old 03-02-2005, 12:54 PM   #19
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BACK ON THREAD...


CARBON FUEL COCK PROTECTION - $27.00
Used by our factory motocross and off-road riders, this very trick little protector prevents damage from flying debris and impacts which could spell the difference between on the podium or finishing out in the

will it fit the LC4? Maybe.

http://www.ktmcycles.com/2005/sxscarbon.htm
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Old 03-02-2005, 01:05 PM   #20
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BACK ON THREAD...will it fit the LC4? Maybe
Screw that....I want these....waaaahhaaaaaaa

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Old 03-02-2005, 02:35 PM   #21
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Yes, from the glorious '80's. Being able to watch The Young Ones made going to college almost worth it.
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luv em too - but i think the young ones are nearly contemporary - at least the 80s right? i watched reruns because it was a brit show
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Old 03-02-2005, 03:03 PM   #22
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there's a separate thread for one for the 640 - check's in the mail...
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Old 03-02-2005, 03:04 PM   #23
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Yes, from the glorious '80's. Being able to watch The Young Ones made going to college almost worth it.
mmmm, college girlz...

(oh yeah, the young ones rock too )
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Old 03-02-2005, 03:37 PM   #24
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there's a separate thread for one for the 640 - check's in the mail...
I thought that thread died.
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Old 03-02-2005, 03:44 PM   #25
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I thought that thread died.


i hope not. andrew is on vacation (afetke of adventuresworkshop), the other andrew i hope is workin on his friend, and i haven't heard yet what bigtwin has come up with (if'n he has time).

fingers crossed...
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Old 03-02-2005, 04:16 PM   #26
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..if you can't see that, then you might as well sell the bike. but the old KTM Rallye part is better because it come up in front of the cock for protection . Paging Arch to the white courtesy phone!
Here be da old factory Rally bash/storage plate on my sled. Yea, it wraps around the entire area nicely..



Lots more pics/angles here. I weighed it on the digital scales and it came to exactly 10lbs. I then weighed the stock skid plate, which came to 2.2lbs. So, the bash/storage plate adds 8.8lbs to the bike - while empty.
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Here be da old factory Rally bash/storage plate on my sled. Yea, it wraps around the entire area nicely..



Lots more pics/angles here. I weighed it on the digital scales and it came to exactly 10lbs. I then weighed the stock skid plate, which came to 2.2lbs. So, the bash/storage plate adds 8.8lbs to the bike - while empty.

but down low, low as you can really. Do you even notice it? probably not.
Ifin it was up high (like you panzies with the big ass trunk) you would so quityerbitchin bout size matters.
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but down low, low as you can really. Do you even notice it? probably not.
Nah. Just mentioned the weight 'cause they look a lot heavier than they actually are.
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Nah. Just mentioned the weight 'cause they look a lot heavier than they actually are.

my 22 lb stock pipe i noticed when i replaced with an 8 lb muffler. I don't think i'd even know the bashguard would even be there until i crunched some big rock into it..
its all about location.
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Old 03-02-2005, 08:22 PM   #30
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Nah. Just mentioned the weight 'cause they look a lot heavier than they actually are.
i heard once that flanny measured his for fabricating, then bailed on the project, and gave the originals to someone who disappeared... if you ever get the chance Arch draw us up some plans and we will all gang up on dagwood to make us some for a case of Bud and a fifth of Goldschlager



no really, plans would be nice and if the fabricators here are not interested I will look locally for welders to butcher somethin for me and others.
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