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Old 12-Jul-2006, 04:35 PM
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Let's hope it hasn't gone the same way as the Rizla Suzuki bikes....otherwise you'll have to start looking through a pile of manure
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Old 12-Jul-2006, 05:59 PM
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Originally Posted by madmav
someone knows who's got it, or who's storing it, or they will buy the parts from it when/if they decide to break it !!!!!!!

come on guys send the word out and (stop a thief ) "Do it to them B4 they do it to you"

****ers.... theives are scum but buyers of stolen gear are worse!


psycho mav

i agree completely - it maybe just a motorcycle, but it happens to be yours, until some lowlife decides its his - no matter about insurance or if you have loadsamoney and can get another - it is sickening when somebody steals your possessions ....IMO as a "community" we should be able to do what the police can't - though it could be out of the country by now - who got rid of those border controls????
hope you get it back - don't hold your breath, but look out for it anyway and if not hope you do OK with the insurance
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Old 13-Jul-2006, 12:15 AM
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Ohlins or not - seems that there are too many pickky people here.

Anal or what!!!

He has had his bloody bike nicked - last thing I am sure he wants to hear is some idiot (sorry AndyB - you know I mean it!!!) pointing out the detail for him.

Hope you get it sorted matey!!!

Khushy

just checking on the details, might as well describe it correctly, would be a different bike if it did have showas, easier to identify if it stays in one piece! method in the madness n'all that!............who made you the ***ing site Police anyway!
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Old 13-Jul-2006, 09:23 PM
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Hi Martin
Sorry to hear about the bike i had my '02 748R stolen last october from Mallory.
I hope the following helps, i was expecting to get rolled over by the insurance company so i gathered all the Adverts i could from official dealers throughout the country printed them out and sent them to the insurers. I was offered 6900 at first and after a little persuasion they upped it to 7500.
I argued that although they were available for less privately i had originally bought it from a main delaer and that was what i expected them to enable me to replace it with.
I hope you can get the deal you want from yours.
Still wish i could buy another new one though.
Regards
keith
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Old 14-Jul-2006, 10:40 AM
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Thanks for that Keith and all the other kind comments. Still can't believe it is gone
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Old 14-Jul-2006, 11:46 AM
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Mood: Finally gotten over the 748R getting stolen thing. Actually, no i haven't !
Its enough to bring a tear to a grown mans eye isn't it.
I even went as far as asking the factory direct if there was any possibility of finding one anywhere new. Bet you can't guess their answer.
Bought a 998s with the payout but i'd still rather have my Baby R back.
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Old 16-Jul-2006, 09:04 PM
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It,s a very personal thing a bike. Sorry to here about your loss. I once had a dead friends bike stolen from my garage years ago. Police not interested.
Hope you have good ending.
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