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Old 01-12-2008, 02:13 PM   #21
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did you remember anything hit you on your leg or foot? If you do, I bet that is what it is. You might want to retrace you route with daylight to have a better search.

One time, I dropped my glass on the road and I had to turn around to pick it up and I couldn't find it. I only had one block to do a u-turn and still can't find the glass or particles of it. This was still daylight. Boggles me til this very day.
Yeah I was thinking about when I was coming down from the Beltway and onto 45, remembering that it may have fell off there. But its a bad combination when someone can pull this off so fast and having your fairing already somewhat loose. I looked everywhere this morning. But you can see the fairing is still around the screw here-->
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Old 01-12-2008, 05:40 PM   #22
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My best guess is that it fell off than someone yanked it off. It's no used to get a fairing that is broken unless they were just vandalizing the bike.
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Old 01-12-2008, 05:52 PM   #23
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it was probably clayton hes the only one in that area that can pull of the impossible lol
He was asking for parts recently.

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Old 01-12-2008, 06:10 PM   #24
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man sorry bout your fairing, just leave it naked take off the other side
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Old 01-12-2008, 07:17 PM   #25
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man sorry bout your fairing, just leave it naked take off the other side
I might do that. I have to get the Nose cone replaced. It was definitely kicked.
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He was asking for parts recently.

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who is Clayton?
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Old 01-12-2008, 07:24 PM   #27
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maybe it fell off and you didn't notice it?
LOL AHAHAHAHAHA
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Old 01-12-2008, 07:26 PM   #28
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LOL AHAHAHAHAHA
I really thought it was a huge possibility cause they were loose to begin with. I still can't believe this
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who is Clayton?
Clayton is a trouble maker, stay away from that guy.

Clayton is Mr. Unassailable. Post , and Stunter extradinaire.

Cool guy actually. Plus, he loves that barely legal shiat.
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Clayton is a trouble maker, stay away from that guy.

Clayton is Mr. Unassailable. Post , and Stunter extradinaire.

Cool gut actually. Plus, he loves that barely legal shiat.
haha..yeah he's been pretty thorough on here with good info when he posts. He wasn't stunting an f4i was he?
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No ? I can't see anyone finding it useful. It seems like pure vandalism.
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I really thought it was a huge possibility cause they were loose to begin with. I still can't believe this
Do you have a tool kit under your passenger seat?
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Do you have a tool kit under your passenger seat?
man i need to get your tire repair kit back to you bro i appreciate it
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nah no tools.
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Old 01-12-2008, 07:54 PM   #37
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nah no tools.
D'oh! You gotta get a tool kit man! Mine has come in handy tons of times.
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D'oh! You gotta get a tool kit man! Mine has come in handy tons of times.
Man I got lazy with it. I was going to get around and just tighten everything this weekend. Now it's like I'm payin the ultimate price for something small. It's kinda like that sayin "A stitch in time saves nine". That's some good advice though.
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sounds like a two person job one checking where you are at and another to do the work. Some people think I am paranoid but, I always check to see if someone is following me to see where I live (if the can keep up ) and when I go eat somewhere or to chill I park my bike within viewing distance and look around at people and see how they are acting towards me ex: keeping an eye on what I do or where I go. It sux to to hear that you had that happen to you , but I would doubt if those a holes followed you there and were watching you. just FYI always look around at scope out the sceen where you park the bike because thives sure are. Try asking some sponsors here and see what they can help you with I don't know if Elliot's (ninja nana) can get your faring put it wouldn't hurt to drop them a call and I know House of Pain will paint it for you
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