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Today at 11:54:43 AM by tomcat
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I have the mounting facility for a pair of Givi panniers on my Tiger 800.
It's very seldom I require that extra carrying volume, I manage generally with just the top box.
The panniers keep getting moved around the garage when space is needed and it was only going to be a question of time before damage would be caused.
I decided to free some floor space and mount the panniers out of harms way.
A piece of board from a desk being discarded from my sons workplace provided the back board.
A set of Givi mounting bits. 4 mushroom domes and the pair of locking tongues salvaged from a 3 purchase of a damaged rack off Ebay and I had all I needed.
A template marked on a sheet of paper provided drilling points and just a few minutes work has produced safe wall mounted storage for the panniers.
Because the mounting points are also Givi sourced the panniers are also securely locked to the board making theft more difficult
Yes, I'm quite pleased with my storage facility.
Today at 11:11:55 AM by ossianuk
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Just been posted on another social media page as follows:

Please get this out far and wide. 2 thieving scrotes broke into our cabin tonight and stole our Yamaha Ybrs 125 both red registrations PE63YYK & PE62KHX. Somebody knows something, these little tossers knew exactly what they were going for. Thanks guys.
November 14, 2017, 07:22:39 PM by J P S | Views: 51 | Comments: 1

I'm having a bit of a clear out, I've about a hundred or so bike mag's...Ride..Fast Bike..etc up for grab', ;D to anybody who want's them.

Took a load to the doctors and Chorley hospital.

PM me if they are any good to you.

If they aint gone by Saturday they will be off to the tip, ;)


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