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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil1400 View Post
    Rick67.Never seen or heard of the Cobrra oiler, I've got scottoilers on my other bikes and chain on VTR1000 Firestorm has now done about 35,000 miles. Not got anytthing on Tornado yet. Be interested to know your thoughts on the Cobrra.
    Hi Neil,
    I'll update as I go when I've a few more miles when were able of course .
    It's a very well built simple bit of kit and easy on the eye and a doodle to use and fill.
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    I noticed two large lumps on my car battery. Had them tested and one came back positive. The guy who tested them said it's terminal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurencewhite View Post
    Pro-Oiler now do a GPS module that registers the speed and distance travelled and delivers the lubricant based on that. Saves tapping into the speedo wire.
    I had to make up an amplifier for the speed signal on the TR650 but it wouldn't work on a mate's ABS equipped TR650 so he bit the bullet and bought the GPS add-on. He's now worried about a world war and the US Military shutting the GPS constellation down.
    hooroo, Errol www.engenia.com.au [139,200 km - and counting .....]

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    A good day for me today. After my Guillain Barre diagnosis in December my hands and leg strength and movement has improved enough to tackle a bit of work on bike. The rear wheel bearings on my ZZR1400 needed changing so I took it apart, replaced bearings and put it back together. Timken bearings were only £11.88 for the pair it all went well. Now just need to get an MoT (roadworthy check) for it and the Tornado and I'm back on the road if Boris doesn't put us into lockdown.

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    Congrats on your recovery. Let's hope it is full by the time the restrictions are lifted and you can enjoy riding again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin S View Post
    Congrats on your recovery. Let's hope it is full by the time the restrictions are lifted and you can enjoy riding again.
    Thanks for that, I was looking forward to getting out more now after nearly 4 months at home but another few weeks to go now we're shut down. After being unable to walk unaided a few falls and having to crawl upstairs I know there's always someone worse off than me but it was a pretty low feeling at times. Thinking about the bikes kept me going giving something to focus on.

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    Great news Neil
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    I have finally found cool recliner on Amazon. I was looking for it so long. Can't wait to receive my purchase. I checked reviews on thebestreclinersreviews before purchasing so I'm sure it will be a perfect one for home use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by denj View Post
    I have finally found cool recliner on Amazon. I was looking for it so long. Can't wait to receive my purchase.
    Cool recliner?
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    I found an Eagle reclining on my bike today too ... Now that was cool
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