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andyedt

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Thank you all for some great forum information, but I now find myself without and Africa Twin. In some ways it is a blessing (as the tech was so unreliable on mine) but it was a painful way to move back to a Crosstourer.

Thanks for all the interesting content and stay safe.
 

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Graves

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Thank you all for some great forum information, but I now find myself without and Africa Twin. In some ways it is a blessing (as the tech was so unreliable on mine) but it was a painful way to move back to a Crosstourer.

Thanks for all the interesting content and stay safe.
What, is that it? It's barely scratched.
 

Graves

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No, just a taster of sliding along the road at 50mph. It was going to cost over £10,000 to repair.
Doesn’t look all that bad, your pictures must not show the real damage. I’d expect 10k in damage to look something like this.

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