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Old 27th July 2012, 00:41   #16
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A great set of pictures.Pleasure to see.
A query:
When driving from Dalhousie to Pathankot(at 11 AM)on a rainy morning I was also handicapped by 60/55 bulbs(standard equipment in Beat).So much so had to request a car to drive at my speed so I could follow him.With the installation of 100/90 did you face any problems in the reflector or in the electrical system?
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@thumpingheart,
thanks for discovering, trying and posting the details of new route to Panchgani from NH4.
Looking at the pics of the road, i hope, it is good in monsoon also.

Nice travelogue and pics also.

In near future, i will try this route.
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Old 27th July 2012, 10:48   #18
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@thumpingheart,
thanks for discovering, trying and posting the details of new route to Panchgani from NH4.
Looking at the pics of the road, i hope, it is good in monsoon also.

Nice travelogue and pics also.

In near future, i will try this route.
Thank You sir. Hopefully rains won't worsen the road. But a really nice road to drive on. No gardi

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With the installation of 100/90 did you face any problems in the reflector or in the electrical system?
I searched quite a lot on the forum on the same. Lots of people have done it. You have to install the 100/90's with "CUT-OUTS". Don't worry most of the car accessory guys themselves know about it and its an easy install.

I did not have any problems to the reflectors or electrical system. And I used it quite a lot as we were driving continuously in the rain and fog. So hopefully no problems in near future as well
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Hey Advait. Good to hear Its in the pipelines! I a weekend or two! Set. I'm PM you. I seriously we can get together a nice bikers group in T-BHP. And meeting fellow thumpers is always a joy!
Hey thumpingheart and Advait, plan the trip soon! My thunderbird is waiting to get wet in the rains! How about we take the same new route and go to Panchgani on Sunday, 5th August?
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