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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 05-22-2002, 08:18 PM
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Was that Tank or Nad protector?!?
Anybody else suffer from that panic attack
when it all goes to sleep on ya, and you start
searching your pants for it as you pass by cars
swearing you have been demasculined
by your tank and it is lying in the road behind
you next to some road kill!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I HATE it when that happens

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post #12 of 19 (permalink) Old 05-23-2002, 11:17 AM
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Awesome stuff and super cheap and no adhesives. I am totally happy with it. Never once has anyone even noticed that I have anything on my tank. I have to tell them that it's there.
Got the idea from Pete.
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Awesome stuff and super cheap and no adhesives. I am totally happy with it. Never once has anyone even noticed that I have anything on my tank. I have to tell them that it's there.
Got the idea from Pete.
How well do these hold up while sliding around from side to side?
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Tankslappers - Awesome product, excellent price. Never moves once it's on.

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post #15 of 19 (permalink) Old 05-27-2002, 06:39 PM
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I HATE it when that happens
AH HA!!!!!!!!!
New it wasn't just me!
HAHAHAHAHAH

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Lockhart Phillips Carbon Fiber, the one with minimal surface area and gas bezel ring-thing...

it's not my fault....
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Air box cover

My seat comes up enough in the front to provide a nice nad cushion.

Even though my air box cover is made out of molded-in-color plastic I would rather keep it from getting scratches than have to buff out scratches. So, I use a clear vinyl sheet with adhesive to protect it from scratches.

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You always want to take due care in protecting the twig and giggleberries while riding. Getting onto said conveyance is where the greatest danger lies. I am a boxers guy and I have had the unfotunate experience of the twins seeking lower ground when swinging my leg over. You guessed it....sat right on em. Good thing I hadn't retracted the side stand.

This was provided as a public service announcement, yet I have an odd feeling (no pun intended) that it will be remembered for sheer comedic value... until it happens to you!

Try everything twice, you may have been to nervous or scared to have enjoyed it the first time.
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