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I'm dead against keep it in the living room. 

Kitchen is a better place. vinyl is way easier to clean than carpet. 😂

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6 hours ago, husoi said:

I'm dead against keep it in the living room. 

Kitchen is a better place. vinyl is way easier to clean than carpet. 😂

Are you suggesting that I possess a motorcycle that leaks oil and has dirt on it ? 

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Just now, fastbob said:

Are you suggesting that I possess a motorcycle that leaks oil and was dirt on it ? 

Abosolutelly not!!

 

Just pointing that accidents happen.

Last thing you want is to damage the 275in fancy TV if the bike is knocked over by someone. 😂

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3 hours ago, husoi said:

Abosolutelly not!!

 

Just pointing that accidents happen.

Last thing you want is to damage the 275in fancy TV if the bike is knocked over by someone. 😂

 

Are you suggesting fastbob has a television? ;)

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This is where the Himma lives ... is maintained and washed ......

Just washed it .. !

 

 

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1 hour ago, Liveware Problem said:

 

Are you suggesting fastbob has a television? ;)

I have an adequate television . Thank you for your interest . 😊

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34 minutes ago, Trooper74 said:

This is where the Himma lives ... is maintained and washed ......

Just washed it .. !

 

 

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Double powder coated apparently . So it should be happy living outdoors . 

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6 minutes ago, fastbob said:

Double powder coated apparently . So it should be happy living outdoors . 

 

It has a cover .. just peaking in from the LH side on top of the bin , but  2.5 years outside .. not a slightest sign of the rust ...

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On 26/03/2021 at 15:32, Trooper74 said:

This is where the Himma lives ... is maintained and washed ......

Just washed it .. !

 

 

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I like the way you loop the chain round the seat and wheel.

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1 minute ago, Throttled said:

I like the way you loop the chain round the seat and wheel.

 

The important thing is til keep the chain off the deck. If your chain is on the deck all it takes is a sledge and a wedge .... harder like this .. usually needs an angle grinder ... and their noisy.. the U lock on the front wheel is just for nuisance value ...

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