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Old 22-Jan-2006, 10:26 PM
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Get ya self to the Vets and have ya knackers removed!!!!

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Old 22-Jan-2006, 10:34 PM
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Old 22-Jan-2006, 11:44 PM
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Under heavy braking squeeze your knees together.
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Old 23-Jan-2006, 01:22 AM
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daft question but is it 29.99 a stomp pad or 29.99 for a pair.wasnt very clear on the css site
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Old 23-Jan-2006, 01:23 AM
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Stop polishing the seat with silicone
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Old 23-Jan-2006, 09:52 AM
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daft question but is it 29.99 a stomp pad or 29.99 for a pair.wasnt very clear on the css site

Sorry mate, i dunno. Ring CSS and tell them the DSC sent you
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Old 23-Jan-2006, 10:01 AM
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29.99 for the pair.

Well worth it. You don't need to exert much effort at all to stay in the right position with them fitted. I put them on both my road and track tanks.
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Old 23-Jan-2006, 09:24 PM
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I had this prob on my 748s to when i had it, and used to squeeze tank more with knees to stop the usual nut crushing

Trouble is this meant i pushed tank forwards then so much so the steering damper wore a groove in paint on tank

Was reaplaced under warranty and was basically told the little hook at front of tank bends easily and the best way to deal with it was to brace your arms and it stopped after:P
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Guys/Gals,

Many thanks for all your advice. I decided to buy a technosel Seat (rather than going to the vets) so hopefully I can now concentrate on the ride......

If that doesn't do it, tank pads are the next option, although I think they may detract from my bikes gorgeous lines. .

After an initial cock-up (no pun intended) I find I now have a brand new bi-posto seat covered in black suede if anyones interested. Bought from e-Busters, only want 40 plus postage. This is nearly half their price. U2U if interested.

Thanks again for the suggestions.

Moley
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