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Old 22-11-2017
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How did it go through the sand? Im in WA as well...
piece of piss mate . the grand eats up sand .
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new to the Grand scene... so decided to flick the hopelessly worn out Kuhmo's after picking up a massive bolt thru one of them.
Time for something a tad better.



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I finally fitted new tyres. I bought a set of JK 18” wheels secondhand and got hold of BFG T/A KO2s on eBay for a bargain.

This morning I decided it was time to get them fitted so off to a local tyre place. Only took them for a drive around the block and a short stint down the highway to check out the balancing. They took a lot of weights to balance!! The ride is good and they’re much more quiet that the old set of Dick Cepek Trail Country.








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after our run to the High Country I realised how vulnerable the fuel filters are so I made a cover plate from 6mm aluminium & while I was at it I also made one for the transmission
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Put the new Cane Toad rack on today, well pleased with the look. Nice and light, easy to install. Broke the plastic wind deflector when I folded the packaging to put in the rubbish - it was loose in the box, buggar. Holes didn't line up anyway. Made up another wind deflector at work, no noise.



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Spent a few days up the Blue Mountains and a night at Mt Airly.









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Put the new Cane Toad rack on today, well pleased with the look. Nice and light, easy to install. Broke the plastic wind deflector when I folded the packaging to put in the rubbish - it was loose in the box, buggar. Holes didn't line up anyway. Made up another wind deflector at work, no noise.

Very nice, I have been toying with the idea of getting one of these. How heavy is it?



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Not me, but some interesting ideas!

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