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    Re: Workshop Ramp - Stuartb's Winter Wonderland

    Cheers Soof/Alex... great sheen off that ACF 50 on those hoses and components...good shout all !

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    Re: Workshop Ramp - Stuartb's Winter Wonderland

    Aff 50 is brilliant stuff. I had a rat of a 750 SRAD, lived outside, used in all weathers, and only got a wash once in a blue moon. The ACF 50 held off corrosion really well, and the odd time it did get a wash, always came up really nice

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    Re: Workshop Ramp - Stuartb's Winter Wonderland

    Grrrrr spent ages trying to get those tongue bits flush on that MRA....... not happening... piece de resistance lined up and sitting nicely... that body kits so well made it just all slots into place.



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    Re: Workshop Ramp - Stuartb's Winter Wonderland

    Whats the concensus on the rear cluster...mine is looking really grubby...what are these after market ones like...anyone bought and fitted one.


    I'm going to pull off my grab rail and clean up the under tray, the rest of the bike looks mint..I'll buy a new reg plate, dont really want to spend much more tbh...

    Heres where I'm at so far..... some of the body panels I bought between 1 and 2 years ago

    Add in my ramp circa 420 and Harris F and R stands circa 220 and it's getting to the expensive stage....

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    Re: Workshop Ramp - Stuartb's Winter Wonderland

    I've got an integrated rear light Stuart with the indicators inside, lasts as long as an OEM one as far as looking mint goes, always going to get little marks from the stones the rear tyre throws up, BMW or not.

    If you were getting the under tray painted I'd say change it, otherwise relax and ride it.

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    Re: Workshop Ramp - Stuartb's Winter Wonderland

    Sound Jimmy... was it a chinky one.. I've seen them for 40 quid upwards. Any links ?

    I think that tray will clean up.. I canny be bothered pulling it all apart...but I'll whip off the cluster and look it over..it is badly chipped as you say..

    Cheers the nooo

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    Re: Workshop Ramp - Stuartb's Winter Wonderland

    This is the first one I bought:

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/2018-17-200...oAAOSwVuFbaphT

    Thought I would pay more to get one from Canada ( better quality? ) instead of the Chinese ones which are about £40

    When it arrived it was actually from China, bit pissed off at being misled so told them it hadn't arrived and got full refund, lasted two years before getting small hole in it from a stone, still worked though.

    Then replaced by a £40 one from China, still perfect 3 years later.

    Lots on eBay for less then £40.

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Tail-Brak...cAAOSwhQ5XQYGy

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    Re: Workshop Ramp - Stuartb's Winter Wonderland

    Jimmy... they are likely all made in China tbh...

    Straightforward fit...or are resistors involved.
    Cheers

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    Re: Workshop Ramp - Stuartb's Winter Wonderland

    Plug and play if you're only interesting in the brake light like I was.

    Integrating the indicators is more involved and I prefer to have oem ones.

    - Alex

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    Re: Workshop Ramp - Stuartb's Winter Wonderland

    Sounds good x 2... I just bid on a mint OE on EB... just waiting on a reply..



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