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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-03-2004, 09:19 AM Thread Starter
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Body Parts for TT600



I need some body parts (right fairing, nose fairing, gas tank, tail section) and a few other pieces. Anybody know the best place to go to get them. I looked at ebay and they have some of the pieces but no body parts. HELP
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Sorry, don't have any in storage for my art projects......would have donated them if I had.........bummer.

What are you doing crashin?

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Thanks. That would have been cool. I would have insisted on paying you though. Just the way I am.
Had to make a choice, hit the dog and most likely the pavement at 65 mph, or avoid the dog and hit the grass at 65mph. Worked great except that as soon as my front tire hit the grass it folded, and my head and shoulder hit the pavement breaking my collar bone. The rest of the ride was in the ditch.

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Thanks. That would have been cool. I would have insisted on paying you though. Just the way I am.
Had to make a choice, hit the dog and most likely the pavement at 65 mph, or avoid the dog and hit the grass at 65mph. Worked great except that as soon as my front tire hit the grass it folded, and my head and shoulder hit the pavement breaking my collar bone. The rest of the ride was in the ditch.
Ouchie. Sorry to hear about that. Now you are in the clavacle club!

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