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BMW 1200/ADV / Re: Stripped Rear Wheel Bolt Hole
« Last post by 2StrokeDan on Today at 04:46:42 pm »
Yip two bolts holes cracked through. Sitting at BMW with my coffee and muffins waiting to hear if tbey have the part in stock. They'll fit it urgent. You cant argue, you get the service you pay for

Good news  :thumleft:

And the best bit is...you don't pay one rand extra for that service than you would at any other place. I'm glad that they still honored the claim  :deal:

I am happy for Gerrard, obviously......but do you really believe someone can deliver any type of service that is not being ultimately paid for somewhere?

Al wat ek probeer se is...dit is 'n mite dat BMW se dienste en parte duurder is as die ander vervaardigers. Hulle uitboektariewe vir arbeid is dieselfde en alle parte word in elkgeval ingevoer teen 'n verswakkende rand.  Dit is gerieflik dat BMW kan bekostig om meer "stock" te dra, jy wag ook bykans vir niks wat spesiaal bestel moet word nie en dit vermeerder jou bike ry tyd  :thumleft:

Hier word iets op 'n fiets van oor die 10 jaar oud vinnig uitgesort in teenstelling met byvoorbeeld die onlangse storie van die Africa Twin forkseals waar 'n waarborg claim soos 'n pluimbal op en af, heen en weer geslaan word en alles eers by Hardy se motivering moet dra voor iemand daarna kyk.

So ja, give credit where it is due  :thumleft:

Maar dan vervang Honda die probleem onderdeel, en krimp nie n ou Isuzu agterwiel laer se collar oor die ding nie. :pot:
Yet another awesome ride! Thanks everyone. We were 12 at Cipla but 3 guys sensibly split off in favour of a more flowing ride. The rest stayed with me for more punishing tight stuff.  We took on a little bit more technical stuff than usual and everyone covered themselves with glory!

3 more molesnakes were seen.

Ticks were also encountered.  Check your bodies, bikes and kit. They're persistent little buggers.

Good to see the recovering Squirrel and partner at the Barrel. The story of his right wrist is not for sensitive listeners (like me).
I am looking for a 2000 F650 Dakar front brake lever and front fork oil seals. Should I get the seals from BMW or are the aftermarket items ones ok.
Africa Info & other International Travels / Re: Meanwhile in Canada
« Last post by Blikkies1 on Today at 04:06:37 pm »
Howzit, haven't seen this thread before but it coincidentally popped up, I was planning emigration to NZ but my girls is suddenly affixed on Canada, I don't like the cold but reckon the culture could be amicable, which one would you go to?
BMW Airheads / Re: Kief Airhead pics
« Last post by eberhard on Today at 04:06:12 pm »
The chickens have come home to roost. 
Africa Info & other International Travels / Re: Meanwhile in Canada
« Last post by TeeJay on Today at 03:54:49 pm »
Was he dronk or what? Surely no ice on the road now?
BMW Airheads / Re: Kief Airhead pics
« Last post by Leo on Today at 03:48:30 pm »
1600cc porsche boxer engine 🤔
Africa Info & other International Travels / Re: Meanwhile in Canada
« Last post by immigrant on Today at 02:49:16 pm »
Coming home from work this morning and the oncoming car swerves in to my lane, and just misses me by a hair. His right wheel digs in to the soft shoulder and he rolls it down the embankment. Fortunately I already slowed down to make a left turn 300m  ahead otherwise he would have hit me for sure....

He crawled out the window as I got to him. Not a scratch on him
Ride Reports / Re: Honda Quest True Adventure 2018
« Last post by Heimer on Today at 02:17:21 pm »
Ons het ʼn thread sonder foto's

Ons leef nog! Baie soos die Comrades, maar vir mans...

Het so bietjie sein, slaap by Oewerbos buite Vioolosdrif.

Het vandag die sandmonster op sy hol geskop, maar dit maak man moeg!

Daars so stukkie of Facebook, sal later dalk meer inligting gee, maar julle mis uit op iets wat julle nie geweet het bestaan nie  :biggrin:

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