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08 plate will get more info soon. was a friend of mine it was stolen from walthamstow area. not hard to miss its pure orange and black with no stickers ill ask him to send me pictures any of you see orange parts being sold let me know.
 

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when on laptop ill post pic add number plate. it had tail tidy and the rest was stock
 

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Thanks mate! If it happened to any of us I'd do the same, its someones bride and joy at the end of the day and stupid low life scums come and nick it.
 

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looks a fantastic bike. keep 'em safe, lads. saw a pic of an R6 on one of these forums with two chains, two disklocks, a cover and an alarm. not guaranteed to work, but if they're having that bike then you could argue they deserve it with all that...
 

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looks a fantastic bike. keep 'em safe, lads. saw a pic of an R6 on one of these forums with two chains, two disklocks, a cover and an alarm. not guaranteed to work, but if they're having that bike then you could argue they deserve it with all that...
yea i gota agree mate!
i have 3 locks to get into my garage! then a oxford hardcore and ground anchor, then a abus disc lock!! and then steering lock.
them bastards are gunna have to bring some tools with them!
 

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yea i gota agree mate!
i have 3 locks to get into my garage! then a oxford hardcore and ground anchor, then a abus disc lock!! and then steering lock.
them illegitimate children are gunna have to bring some tools with them!
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no news will ask my mate if he has heard anything from his insurance and police
 
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