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Jameshambleton
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Brand new fuel tanks

Post by Jameshambleton on Tue 15 Nov 2016, 11:00 pm

So some of us who linger on the facebook racing groups may know Shep and those who don't Shep is the guy who you get all the racing plastics and engine sliders from. 

Anyway back to the point he's soon going to be selling new (pattern) petrol tanks, I thought I'd post on here since why should us road users have to "make do" and the racers get all the fancy stuff huh? Wink  Hopefully this will help out some of us on here.  https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=1150154231733879&id=829846597097979
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Re: Brand new fuel tanks

Post by wornsprokets on Tue 15 Nov 2016, 11:10 pm

James, is this the guy that does the engine protectors, ones that stick onto the engine casings instead of  using engine bars...as my front engine bolt is well stuck...and i dont really want to go at it..rather engine casing protective covers
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Re: Brand new fuel tanks

Post by Jameshambleton on Tue 15 Nov 2016, 11:32 pm

@wornsprokets wrote:James, is this the guy that does the engine protectors, ones that stick onto the engine casings instead of  using engine bars...as my front engine bolt is well stuck...and i dont really want to go at it..rather engine casing protective covers

You won't get that crash bar grounding out issue that I had either Wink Yeah same guy Engine casings £18 a pair, I'm going to be inquiring about some soon too but I'm keeping my engine bar ones for over winter.

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