MT500/350 pullers

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lardmarc
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Re: MT500/350 pullers

Post by lardmarc » Wed Oct 28, 2015 6:04 pm

Mr Shiney wrote: I do make stuff for members on here and as a lot of them will attest I have them make donations to the club instead of paying me.
When did that start then ? I wish you'd let me know, I wouldn't have paid so much.
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Re: MT500/350 pullers

Post by Mr Shiney » Wed Oct 28, 2015 6:27 pm

lardmarc wrote:
Mr Shiney wrote: I do make stuff for members on here and as a lot of them will attest I have them make donations to the club instead of paying me.
When did that start then ? I wish you'd let me know, I wouldn't have paid so much.
Only people I like.... :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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97 MT350 - 500e hybrid GL 72 AA
MT604 - 350 Hybrid - Blue Thunder.... 53 KL 70
2013 Kawasaki Z1000SX
Mighty XR400
Even mightier CanAm250
Peugeot Kisbee Scoot 102cc
Ex RAF Defender 90

Why do you need so many bikes when you only have one bum? Girls eh!

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Re: MT500/350 pullers

Post by lardmarc » Wed Oct 28, 2015 7:56 pm

Everyone I've spoken to about your work is not liked by you ?

I find that hard to believe, you must like one person on this site..........
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Re: MT500/350 pullers

Post by Mr Shiney » Wed Oct 28, 2015 9:56 pm

lardmarc wrote:Everyone I've spoken to about your work is not liked by you ?

I find that hard to believe, you must like one person on this site..........
Good point.... :lol: :lol:
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97 MT350 - 500e hybrid GL 72 AA
MT604 - 350 Hybrid - Blue Thunder.... 53 KL 70
2013 Kawasaki Z1000SX
Mighty XR400
Even mightier CanAm250
Peugeot Kisbee Scoot 102cc
Ex RAF Defender 90

Why do you need so many bikes when you only have one bum? Girls eh!

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Re: MT500/350 pullers

Post by P.I.STAKER » Wed Oct 28, 2015 10:03 pm

good job, look very well made,

george
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ARMSTRONG MT500 1984
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Re: MT500/350 pullers

Post by hounddog » Thu Oct 29, 2015 11:37 am

96cb7501 wrote:If my post is causing any hassle in the club I have no problem in removing it. I really enjoy the club forum and have got some great advice from members. I only had a few sets I didn't need and thought this was the right place to offer them for sale
Jimmy
No problem Jimmy don't worry , happy for useful products and parts to be offered for sale on here . If it is items that keep our bikes on the road then that's all good . Other suppliers of similar items are available , some of whom have been mentioned above , so you pays your money and takes your choice
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