masonjs at nrtco.net
masonjs at nrtco.net
Thu Oct 17 14:44:02 PDT 2013
You might be able to barter with your insurance company on a
payout/buy back. Your life time ago I was an insurance
investigator/adjuster and we settled quite a few claims on older
vehicles this way. Don't know if its still in use but it won't hurt
wearing the armor is always smart. Its 3 years since a falling tree
took me off my bike. I slid over 45 yards (40 meters) coming down at
35 mph (60 kph). I did sustain some impact injuries but my Joe Rocket
jacket gave its life for me and I didn't wind up with asphalt measles.
That jacket is still protecting me. I wear it when cutting out
prickly elm with a Stihl brush cutter. If I didn't wear it, my old
Joe Rocket pants and a chain saw helmet/visor assembly I'd look like I
was bagging Bob cats and ran out of bags after doing this job.
On Thursday 17/10/2013 at 4:09 pm, Timothy Linke wrote:
> I'm hoping the insurance company gives me a decent buck for it with
> all my
> add-ons and mods. I plan on buying it back just for the parts or maybe
> On Thu, Oct 17, 2013 at 2:58 PM, Barblan <barblan at gmx.ch> wrote:
>> Ped has said most of what has to be said.
>> There is a difference between the front brake rotors! Mark it if you
>> have to replace these (+they probably will be more expensive).
>> The ABS is tested whenever you start your engine. If the voltage of
>> battery is low (old battery) the ABS will not function (yellow light
>> will stay on).
>> Trick: drive for a couple of miles till the voltage is up again, then
>> while driving - de-clutch, switch of the engine with the key, roll for
>> coupler of seconds, turn the key back on and get into gear (engage
>> clutch). Not using the starter to get the engine going will keep the
>> voltage up. Done so many times till I really had to replace that weak
>> I don't drive bikes without ABS, I think that's ... not intelligent.
>> have to be a pro racer to be better at braking than somebody with an
>> And yes, I have been saved by it, several times!
>> Buy it and enjoy!
>> George, Thun Switzerland
>> ABS Geeper - black (of course..)
>> Honda CB 1300 ABS
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