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Old 12-Dec-2003, 11:47 AM
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How about just getting one off the internet instead?
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Old 12-Dec-2003, 01:10 PM
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I had the tax disc nicked off mine a few years ago at Brands. And I was parked up in the paddock.
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Old 12-Dec-2003, 01:32 PM
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How about just getting one off the internet instead?

I really do worry at what you find on the internet sometimes

I'll take 2!

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Old 12-Dec-2003, 07:50 PM
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I had my tax disc nicked from Matlock, why!!!

Had to go to the trouble of claiming for a replacement disc and purchase a new disc holder. I don't leave it on the bike any more.

Stab em kill em burn em.
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Old 12-Feb-2004, 04:57 PM
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Guido, mate of mine did that about 35 years ago, got fed up with local kids/scroats bending the aerial on his old MK11 Jag. Wired up a trembla coil to an ignition coil and all the external metal bits, anyone touched his car got 40,000 volts up their arm. Local copper told him to remove it otherwise he would have to nick him, said it could give some old lady a heart attack if she touched it. In South Africa they have "anti hijack" devices that fire flames out from under the car doors-now there's an idea.

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Old 19-Oct-2004, 02:29 PM
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Sombody nicked the gaffer tape I was using to hold my seat together on an old Gazooki back in the 70's!
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Old 03-Nov-2004, 08:34 PM
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it's just incredible what some idiots will nick, I had a pair of valve caps nicked from the bike park at Oliver's Mount a couple of years ago.
more recently a range rover driver attacked me and my 916, its a write off so if the insurance ever gets sorted, I may have some of those silly, easily nicked bits for sale.
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Old 03-Nov-2004, 08:40 PM
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it's just incredible what some idiots will nick, I had a pair of valve caps nicked from the bike park at Oliver's Mount a couple of years ago.
more recently a range rover driver attacked me and my 916, its a write off so if the insurance ever gets sorted, I may have some of those silly, easily nicked bits for sale.

Err, attacked you?

How so, what happened?
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Old 06-Nov-2004, 12:40 AM
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was in a line of traffic, the cars in front slowed down, I slowed down, range rover behind had a brainfade moment, (haven't we all) and ran into the back of me. so subject to a satisfactory result from the solicitors and insurance, I may end up with that rarest of beasts - a written off motorcycle with a perfect front end! If they confirm it as a Cat C it can be returned to the road after repair and an inspection. But breaking it will be the most likely option. will keep you posted.
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Old 06-Nov-2004, 09:12 AM
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Guido, mate of mine did that about 35 years ago, got fed up with local kids/scroats bending the aerial on his old MK11 Jag. Wired up a trembla coil to an ignition coil and all the external metal bits, anyone touched his car got 40,000 volts up their arm. Local copper told him to remove it otherwise he would have to nick him, said it could give some old lady a heart attack if she touched it. In South Africa they have "anti hijack" devices that fire flames out from under the car doors-now there's an idea.

John

And the flame thrower is legal - the chief of police has one!!!
Now I need one for my van some little Bleep Bleeps trashed it and nicked my tools the other night
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