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 :sip: Well done Mc Ri va, I must admit I was a bit worried that she would kill a sheep or ostrich and use a bone to splint the handle bar.  :spitcoffee:  :3some:

Andy 66 is known for doing things like that. Ok, it was an already dead bird.  :bueller:
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Wild Dog Pictures / Re: Snake Photos
« on: May 11, 2018, 08:03:33 pm »

 :sip: Zebra Cobra, distribution Caprivi Zipfel and surrounds. I would appreciate it if the area of where the photo was taken is also mentioned by the person posting a pic of a snake.
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Military Board / Re: A blot on Berede unit's name
« on: May 07, 2018, 08:20:16 pm »
Die verval is skrikwekkend Herklaas. As mens weet hoe daai perde versorg was, watse trots en dissipline daar was, dan is die verval duiselingwekkend. 

Die arme perde wat onder daai treurige spul moet ly.

 :sip: Wys net vir my EEN ding of diens eenheid, departement, hospitaal, opvoeding (onderwys) staatsdiens, spoorwee, lugdiens, weermag, polisie en nog 'n paar ander wat nie in elende verval het nie.
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Sailing Board / Re: Flamenca 25
« on: May 04, 2018, 07:41:00 pm »
:sip: Aangesien jy wil verkoop, stuur so n paar fotos van die hele kajuit (nadat dit bietjie reggepak is) en bietjie meer specs lengte, enjins ens. Kan dit aanstuur vir 'n paar manne hier in Melkbos.

Wil nie meer verkoop nie Herklaas. :thumleft:

 :sip: Ja nee, te lekker gespeel en die Weskusters het jou kop gedraai, pragtig, geniet dit.  :3some:
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« on: April 28, 2018, 08:28:53 am »

 :sip: Yep will be going.  :3some:
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 :sip: Did not see any pics so far?
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 :sip: They are identical, you should find out weather the sprockets and chain has been replaced. That is the kilos that it lasts if you ride, like, decently. I have the 15 and that is a seriously lekker bike, you would not regret taking it. :3some:
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General Bike Related Banter / Re: Mitas E 07
« on: March 15, 2018, 08:18:07 pm »
 :sip: Do they come in an eighteen inch only because my bike Tiger 800 has a 17 " rim (150/70/17) I do not se any reference to other sizes.
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KTM LC8 950/990 / Re: Chain Slap at low speed
« on: March 13, 2018, 08:45:40 am »
 :sip: pualb het 'n punt, miskien nie genoeg krag op die agerwiel nie, die cush rubbers voorstel van BlackH maak ook sin, as hulle los is sal die ketting geaffekteer word en dit laat spring. (hulle krimp en die speling kan dit veroorsaak) Ek het dit op my Yamaha ondervind.
'n Friend wat ou karre versamel het my vertel dat hulle die karre waarvan die rubbers oud en hard geword het soos bv. enjin mountings (wat is 'n enjin mounting no weer in engels) in 'n bak met krag parafien laat week vir 'n dag of wat. Ek het dit met my Yamaha Tenere 660 1996 se cush rubbers gedoen, die fiets het 96 900 myl op die klok en toe ek na die rubbers kyk kon ek glo dit was die oorspronklike parte. Ek was verbaas om te sien hoe die goed geswel het en die vlak van die parafien gedaal het. Hulle was sommer weer 'n "tight fit" toe ek dit terug sit. Ek moet na 'n jaar en 'n half weer oopmaak om te sien of hulle die vorm behou het.
As die ketting klap moet jy maar eers probeer om dit stywer te stel as jy dit nog nie self gedoen het nie laat dit dien, en steel met die oog, klein verstellings is nodig.
 My 2 sente
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Triumph Tigers and Twins / Re: Sidestand foot enlarger
« on: February 06, 2018, 07:49:38 am »
 :sip: Hi Mr Mac, I have the same bike in black, I bought the SW Motec sidestand enlarger from Chris at Flying Brick. This one is beautifully machined with a very strong upper part that holds it all together. I have tried two locally made footsenlargers with aluminium uppers and they become loose and starts rattling like a snake in a short time. When you use the center stand and take the bike off the stand, you must just flick the side stand to get it out from under the center stand, or put the side stand out before pushing the bike off the center stand (I do that anyway for safety)
Hope that helps.
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Planning a Ride / Re: insurance
« on: January 21, 2018, 08:52:30 pm »
 :sip: Eberhard, pragtig man!
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Clothing and Equipment / Re: Neck brace
« on: December 31, 2017, 09:01:39 pm »
Seatbelts, quite the opposite to neckbraces, have actually been proven to lessen the chances of injury death, through sophisticated crash test dummy programs.

Now, you try and find similar results for the neckbrace.

It really seem like even the manufacturers of neckbraces are scared of what scientific test results may yield.

 :sip: With due respect, I am not so sure that it will be possible to recreate the crash/fall possibilities on a bike, because the rider mostly leaves the bike, either face, up, down, and every way you could imagine, and he hit obstacles or not hit them.  In a car, the dummies get strapped in and the situation is much more controlled.
So there will be no way to get a consistent result from any attempt to do such a test. I also know someone that had a bad fall and survived without serious injuries and he swears by the brace.
I wear mine, that is all I can say at this stage.
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If you guys are in your 50's you probably think you know it all, so maybe you need me to come along and keep a mature eye on you.  :snorting:

 :sip: Yes, at that age they need responsible, adult, supervision.  :bueller:
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General Bike Related Banter / Re: Bikers alegedly caused accident
« on: December 18, 2017, 07:08:40 pm »
I have ridden this road on numerous occasions , there are  no blind corners on it ,there is a narrow one  vehicle bridge that you can see from far away on both sides, and a rail line that has a hump in it , but no blind rises and no blind corners. infact its like the rail road straight and wide.

 :sip: But then again Mr. Grumpleton, looking at your avitar, I WILL make sure you have right of way on that Bridge or any other bridge for that matter.
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 :lol8: Never heard of the Airhawk seat ?, google, Bike gear or if in WC Chris at Flying Brick,  :3some:
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Aviation Board / Re: NPL
« on: December 08, 2017, 09:39:26 pm »
 :sip: Congrats, I wish you more landings than take-offs. I enjoyed my time flying. I had my "oh-fok" moments, but you will learn to deal with that. :3some: :imaposer:
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 :sip: Now, PJ, that was well said, ek mot se, Carel moet 'n seriously bekwame man op 'n scooter wees, want ek ken so 'n paar van die roetes. En, natuurlik 'n BM deur sand, well?
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BMW Airheads / Re: Shocking question
« on: September 16, 2017, 08:15:12 pm »
 :sip: Martin 0215518844 MP suspensions, he knows the stuff. Lecap on the forum.
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Planning a Ride / Re: NATIONAL BASH 23 Sept 2017 - LITTLE ROCK LADYBRAND
« on: September 13, 2017, 09:54:11 pm »
Daar is 2 gevalle wanneer ek blerrie jaloers is op ander Bikers  :P

Die een is Vrydae wanneer ek volgepakte bikes sien ry   :'(

 die ander een is wanneer ek so op die forum lees hoe mense beplan en gesels oor  roetes na `n opkomende Bash.  :'(

Ek wens so ek kan dieselfde doen, maar heelaas, my dierekind hou my te vas en ek kan nêrens heen gaan nie.Niemand kan haar kos gee nie, omdat sy te kwaai is.

MAAR ek geniet dit regtig om so van als te lees.

VEILIG RY MENSE !!! :thumleft:

Ek glo dis in orde met al die honne, jy weet wat jou prioritiete is, nes ek wat gekanseleer het
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