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Old 12-Jul-2006, 10:59 AM
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STOLEN: 52 Plate Red 748R - Halifax

Taken overnight (night of 10th July 2006) from (ha!) secure, gated, residents car park at Clare Court, Halifax, West Yorkshire

Red 748R (No. 854)
KL52CCK
Lots of carbon tat on it (mirrors, hugger, clutch case, clock surround, tank bits, swingarm, exhaust protector, foot pegs etc). 7000 miles.
Plus Sil Motor Carbon pipes (very, very loud)
Bling flip painted Marc wheels (green/purple), very distinctive
Frame: ZDMH300AA2B012419
Meta Alarm & immobiliser
Slight oil leak on OS front Ohlin

*******s....

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Old 12-Jul-2006, 11:31 AM
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52 plate 748R with Showas?
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Old 12-Jul-2006, 11:33 AM
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52 plate 748R with Showas?

Maybe the owner got fed up with replacing the seals on the Ohlins?


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Old 12-Jul-2006, 11:40 AM
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Maybe the owner got fed up with replacing the seals on the Ohlins?

..and went for changing them on showas instead!
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Old 12-Jul-2006, 11:50 AM
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..and went for changing them on showas instead!

...or not, as it seems!

Bad luck on having the bike stolen, btw.

Can't be easy to walk out and not see the bike where you left it.

BUT it's only a motorcycle and that's what insurance is for. Let us know how you get on with nailing the theiving scum to the wall by their family jewels.


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Old 12-Jul-2006, 12:47 PM
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52 plate 748R with Showas?

DOH. My stupid! Ohlins indeed. Still reeling a little from the theft.
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Old 12-Jul-2006, 02:36 PM
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Bad luck, there are some slimeballs out there. saw your thread on SELOC also, realised we frequent the same forums!
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Old 12-Jul-2006, 02:44 PM
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Unhappy why does it matter . . .

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!!!

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Old 12-Jul-2006, 02:53 PM
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Dower, mine is doing nothing at the minute if you need it!

or what about my supermoto?
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Old 12-Jul-2006, 04:14 PM
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Angry what ****es me off is !

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 !!!!!!!
Doe's anyone realy care anymore? Oh you can Ring "crimestoppers" on 0800 800 Kiss my arse .com or 0800 800 (grasss ya mate up and we promise we will tel the world who it was and the thief gets away with it .COM)
Then you can see a real bargain on ebay for a fraction of the cost and still buy it and not ask questions, I even know people who have bought dodgy parts and then spent a furkin fortune hiding the orginal identity!!! Morons!
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!


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