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post #11 of 22 (permalink) Old 19-11-2015, 23:37
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We have a KTM duke 690 in ours, mirrors and topbox removed to get it in.
My 690 fits no problem.
The 990 Superduke also fits in as its shorter.
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My 690 fits no problem.
The 990 Superduke also fits in as its shorter.
You have a lot to answer for Trevor
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You have a lot to answer for Trevor
Yeah and you owe me at least one drink for the fun you are now enjoying.
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My 690 fits no problem.
The 990 Superduke also fits in as its shorter.
Even more interesting - I hadn't thought of going even larger. This could all turn very ugly if Mrs O finds out. She prefers the PCX to the 390 Duke - the latter is more cramped for her on the back. I suspect the Goldwing has given her too much comfort for anything else to measure up - but there must be lots of fun to be had trying .

Sorry, drifting off topic a bit. Perhaps I should just get a trailer


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My 690 fits no problem.
The 990 Superduke also fits in as its shorter.

A motorcycle and a beer barrel in the garage. The man who has everything, eh!
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A motorcycle and a beer barrel in the garage. The man who has everything, eh!
Not correct Tuggy,it's a Spanish Cepsa gas bottle,all the beer is in the fridge.
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Dammit Bigtree, and there was me thinking you had 'style'. I'm so disappointed, I now need consoling by Misses Gordons and Schweppes. Oh well, life is full of let-downs.
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How about this Gordon Tuggy,brought a few of these home with me.
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Not much of a beer drinker, matey, prefer a G&T meself. One stonker of those and I'm anybody's. 2 and I'm everybody's! I'm a cheap date for the laydees.
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Yeah and you owe me at least one drink for the fun you are now enjoying.
See you at Alcaniz next year, might even have some of the Andorra stock left. John hates drinking alone.
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