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post #11 of 23 (permalink) Old 09-03-2015, 21:26 Thread Starter
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That's lightweight compared to our Scooter! our Suzuki is 228kg or thereabouts and it's only a 400cc.

Thanks for the axle weight figures.

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It's all bigtree's fault, John saw Trev's in his garage at aragon and that was it.

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Oi don't blame me,ah well okay blame me.He got to sit on it and was offered a go round the block.

Glad it's worked out OK.
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Well ours is a 125 scooter

But it's still your fault Trevor

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Bloody ****,I'm getting a kicking tonight.
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I'm gobsmacked at such a big bike being carried in a garage.

I looked at this review of the Mizar
http://www.practicalmotorhome.com/re...mizar-g-living

and it says the garage can only take 100kg, despite the overall payload being 775kg. So I'm a bit puzzled how you're carrying a bike that weighs about 180kg.
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I'm gobsmacked at such a big bike being carried in a garage.

I looked at this review of the Mizar
http://www.practicalmotorhome.com/re...mizar-g-living

and it says the garage can only take 100kg, despite the overall payload being 775kg. So I'm a bit puzzled how you're carrying a bike that weighs about 180kg.
Tuggers, he has a Frankia i7900 Exklusiv, it's in his user panel. That's a 5 tonner tag-axle A Class.

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Tuggers, the sticker in the back says 100K the details in the book do not agree, good solid checker plate base and heavy chassis. Garage not as big as Trev's though.

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@peter. I was referring to Sue's CI Mizar.

@SUE. OK. I thought perhaps it was a chassis limit, but maybe it refers to the floor panel. Thanks for the info, it's all useful stuff in case I change my MH sometime and want to carry a scoot inside.
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We have a Cheyenne 696G with the garage, but the sticker in there specifies 150kg limit. Chequerplate floor etc., but would be a tad concerned about putting 180kg's in there. Would be worried the back end would drop off!!!!

Got me thinking now about a KTM.....if it would fit through the door!!!!

Hmmmmmmm............
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