|5th February 2010, 23:59||#31|
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No idea how true is that!
|6th February 2010, 01:16||#32|
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Admire your confidence in getting it fixed Nik.
However that puddle of oil came from behind the sprocket cover. A large object took a ride on the top run of the chain to cause that amount of damage. I had a top hat spacer do the same on the blade which locked the backwheel thankfully while in a straight line.
Anyway keep us all posted bud.
|12th February 2010, 12:52||#33|
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Now that rings louder than my morning alarm in my ears. I got a an August '04 180dtsi, done about twice the mileage as you. Something like this happens to my motorcycle, i'd leave it there itself and continue my wait to buy something better.
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