wanted SE sumpguard (buy or borrow for weekend 7th-9th Oct)

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wanted SE sumpguard (buy or borrow for weekend 7th-9th Oct)

Post by Beer » Thu Sep 08, 2016 5:34 pm

wanted SE sumpguard (buy or borrow for weekend 7th-9th Oct)
I am looking to borrow or buy a aftermarket sump guard for my other SE as a mate may borrow it for the welsh weekend '10' on the 7th to 9th October, that's if he doesn't get an SE for himself in time

anyone not using their SE will cover postage return favour with a box of beer/gin etc

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Re: wanted SE sumpguard (buy or borrow for weekend 7th-9th Oct)

Post by WornSprocket » Fri Sep 09, 2016 8:03 am

You don't think having two SE's is slightly greedy?

(I'm only jealous!)

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Re: wanted SE sumpguard (buy or borrow for weekend 7th-9th Oct)

Post by Beer » Fri Sep 09, 2016 9:46 am

WornSprocket wrote:You don't think having two SE's is slightly greedy?

(I'm only jealous!)
ha ha yes probably :lol:

my old one is had a full rebuild (crank/conrods last year so is now used on 17's) so because i had spent so much time on it now it's a keeper....plus it's going up in value :) so why sell it for a road bike like a 1190/africa twin

the other one is the full rally spec...

tidy!

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Re: wanted SE sumpguard (buy or borrow for weekend 7th-9th Oct)

Post by Wilso » Sat Sep 10, 2016 2:51 pm

Got an original if that helps ya.

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Re: wanted SE sumpguard (buy or borrow for weekend 7th-9th Oct)

Post by Beer » Mon Sep 12, 2016 7:28 am

Wilso wrote:Got an original if that helps ya.
cheers mate, ive got two originals but don't want to risk them at sweet lamb as they don't protect the side casings very well and it's rocky as fook at sweet lamb

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