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11-03-2015 00:17
bigtree I guarantee if you try one you will buy one.,just needs a few tweeks to iron out the throttle and gearing.
11-03-2015 00:07
Carl_n_Flo Got a PCX for the van at the moment......but not really a scooter rider. My Pan European is just a bit too big to cart around, and my classic Honda 250 and Yamaha 400 wont go through the door!!!!

That KTM looks just the ticket!!!

And Flo calls me a hooligan anyway - so I will only be living up to her expectations
10-03-2015 23:49
bigtree Don't do it Carl,it turns you into a hooligan.
10-03-2015 22:44
Carl_n_Flo 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............
10-03-2015 16:28
tugboat @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.
10-03-2015 12:57
suedew 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.

Sue
10-03-2015 12:49
listerdiesel
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Originally Posted by tugboat View Post
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.

Peter
10-03-2015 11:07
tugboat 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.
10-03-2015 00:13
bigtree Bloody ****,I'm getting a kicking tonight.
10-03-2015 00:12
bigtree Welcome to the KTM in the boot club.
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