No way. Most people are using them as an essential inclusion in the overall look of their rig as they drive around the city.
Yeah but with all due respect (from what I can tell) you don’t off-road very much? If you’re just driving around on dirt roads and the odd track/field/beach then you don’t need them or much more than a Subaru. Nothing wrong with any of that.
Ah correction, mine’s a PRST-4. Unfortunately one of the rear dropouts is chewed out, so it’s just a static display these days. I bloody loved riding that thing back in the day though.
I found these funky little plants hiking around Kersbrook in the Adelaide Hills today. My googling can’t find what they are, any ideas?
Plus more compact, no teeth to melt off, and can be used to level your trailer.
I’m genuinely curious to find out if that solution is more effective. Obviously very terrain dependent.
Good to hear! I’m about to return to the normal world, so I’m not sure what the next one will be.
Very good Dear.
Yeah I hadn’t heard of them either. The guy who owned all those bikes was VERY enthusiastic about his Laverda’s.
These guys are also worth knowing about if you don’t already, as parts are getting hard to source fo these old girls at times. Also the schematic parts diagrams on their site can be useful when you’re working on the car.
No worries, just set Fenton on them.
Not this time. Been there plenty before.