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Old 17-Jun-2009, 12:06 PM
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WANTED - L/H clip-on for 888/851...

Erm, I managed to drop my bike at Cadwell yesterday and the left handle bar now looks like a handle banana.

I've got Snells checking to see if new ones are still available, but if they aren't or are silly money, has anyone got one lying around that they'd like to part with, please?

Cheers, Paul
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Old 17-Jun-2009, 01:56 PM
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Old 17-Jun-2009, 03:58 PM
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Old 17-Jun-2009, 05:04 PM
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Old 17-Jun-2009, 05:33 PM
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Had brake- (or brain?) fade on the last lap of a session and ran up the escape road at Mansfield and then dropped the red bus trying to do a 3-point turn on a 1 in 1 slope with the steering lock of a supertanker.........

so its "tw4t" not "what",,,,,,,,
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Old 17-Jun-2009, 08:19 PM
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Hi Paul,

Sorry to hear a second 888/851 bit the dust but at least it was a slow speed spill. Alas, I have no spare. I think tw4t is rather strong as the old buses are certainly not at their best under the circumstances you describe.

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Old 17-Jun-2009, 08:27 PM
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Don;t be so hard on yourself, imagine if you had run out of fuel?
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I know this reply is ages after, but I have one if you're still after one?
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I know this reply is ages after, but I have one if you're still after one?
Not sure if you have had a response from the original post but I,m after one for my 1989 Strada (Marzocchi forks) so would be interested if it is for that model - can you let me have the details if it is available. Roger
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