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Share what you did today with the Scrambler community!

Example: I took her out of the garage and gave her a nice bath and followed up with a coat of wax.

Example: Finaly received my Termingnoni exhaust, going to spend sometime with the install.


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I asked my dealer to order the Andreani adjustable cartridges for mine.


Can't wait to ditch the OEM springs and save my wrists and forearms from the pounding they get from the UK's roads and overdamped springs.


Jerry
Wow, they must be really good then. Maybe I'll get a weekend job. cant say my family(wife and kids) will like it but I hate to be left out. >:D Wish they just installed them and charged for them up front. then it wouldn't be a problem just tacking on $15 a month to the payment.
 

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I fitted my new lowered seat, took it for a ride, then fitted my new sprayed panels. Just got to fit the decals back on now! :)
Can you post pictures of the lowered Seat fitted? Maybe a side Picture?
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Removed all the emissions labels, and also the reflectors from fork legs, just pried them off, then removed the adhesive with WD40. Then took the bike for a New York State inspection; they stuck the inspection sticker on the fork where the reflector had been. On the ride home, I noticed the inspection sticker flapping in the wind -- seems the WD40 residue had destroyed the adhesive from the back of the inspection sticker. It's now attached with clear packing tape, not very pretty. If I can't live with it, I'll have to get another state inspection.:rolleyes:
 

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Got home today and surprisingly the mail had bought my Chinese levers in just a week. Estimated 2 so really pleased with that and the fact the levers are really decent quality and well made with stainless steel fastenings too. Really glad I chose the black and aluminium colour contrast it really goes well and fitted so easily and quickly.










That's all folks and £26 or there about's so that's what I did on my Scrambler today.
 

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Got home today and surprisingly the mail had bought my Chinese levers in just a week. Estimated 2 so really pleased with that and the fact the levers are really decent quality and well made with stainless steel fastenings too. Really glad I chose the black and aluminium colour contrast it really goes well and fitted so easily and quickly.










That's all folks and £26 or there about's so that's what I did on my Scrambler today.

really nice levers :D
 

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Today I got up early and removed the rear chain guard.
Reason :- To possibly copy it in Aluminium.
Here's some pictures of the said item removed just 2 bolts hold it on.





I have a pattern and a plan but need some 2mm or 3mm ally and my friend to weld one in a similar style so in the meantime I made a simple 1mm cover and glued it on. The shot is without glue and pre lacquered so there's a gap on photo but not now. I have a pattern for that too.




 
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