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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old May 17th, 2009, 9:03 pm Thread Starter
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Piece of advice

So I had drill this weekend, and decided that 35f weather was too cold to ride the bike. So I left it parked outside covered in my apartment complex. Usually I park it in a friends garage if I am going to be gone for a couple of days.....Anyways Mother nature decided to present 50mph wind gusts while I was gone, and knock the bike over from the center stand to the left side. Good thing I had my thick Nelson Rigg cover and saddlebags otherwise It would have been scratched far worse. So my pristine Gt is now beyond buffing repair,and I am pissed.

The worse part is it sat in the down position for about 10hrs until I got the message from my girlfriend...

So my lesson was:

Always ride it to drill (weather was great btw)

or park it your bike in the garage when you're gonna be gone

Pictures will be posted....Soon
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old May 17th, 2009, 9:24 pm
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Least it fell on the cheaper side.

Right side may add an extra $1600 for a muffler, more expensive fairing (glovebox addition), and cut or seal off the hydraulic clutch line too. Been over that side twice now.

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