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Cubber wrote:

How much commission are you getting, Mike? confuse

 

 

 

But seriously, all the stuff that Brian sells is good - very good.

What you have to watch out for are the sub-standard pasties he doles out to unsuspecting passers by. biggrin

Martyn


 Hahaha no commision however thanks for the warning about the pasties I knew there was a weakness area somewhere.

 



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After having bash plates on my last 3 bikes I decided it was needed for the green laning on the TTR. I am off on Sunday for a play down the lanes and really needed a decent sump and engine protection so bought the TTR bash plate Brian supplies.

Most bash plates I have fitted need some sort of modification or drilling out which is a real pain. NOT with the TTR one

Its made very well and fitted perfectly in around 15mins max. All the holes lined up and the fittings a perfect fit. Easy job and well worth getting a quality bit of kit.

One happy customer!



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How much commission are you getting, Mike? confuse

 

 

 

But seriously, all the stuff that Brian sells is good - very good.

What you have to watch out for are the sub-standard pasties he doles out to unsuspecting passers by. biggrin

Martyn



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