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4 years 10 months ago #103895 by Psycho Porra
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Clocked over to 70 000km on Friday afternoon. Still going strong.


Dan ry jy te min, LoL

"The Brave do not Live Forever, but the Cautious do not Live at all"

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4 years 10 months ago #103896 by Psycho Porra
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Guys, Buy Lodie's book and you will see what a KLR is capable of

"The Brave do not Live Forever, but the Cautious do not Live at all"
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4 years 10 months ago #104064 by Gawie78
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my best mile stone was when the clock went over to 00000km
was in Transkei somewhere between Keibridge and Butterworth

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4 years 9 months ago #105331 by nvnnick
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Another peculiar birthday

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4 years 9 months ago #105332 by Werner
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I read it... pretty awesome. Well awesome bike that keeps on chugging along....

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4 years 9 months ago #105354 by Shadow
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Another peculiar birthday


and properly dusty too...

Remember yesterdays braai, look forward to todays braai, and hope for tomorrows braai.

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4 years 9 months ago - 4 years 9 months ago #105355 by Shadow
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Two accidents - (two cagers accidently took me out) nearly 6 years and over 80,000km still going strong - albeit as a Fugly hybrid B)

When I was new :



And now:
(water not oil leaks..)


Remember yesterdays braai, look forward to todays braai, and hope for tomorrows braai.
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4 years 7 months ago - 4 years 7 months ago #108503 by Abre
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Clocked over to 75 000km on Monday morning. Recently had Wilbers installed and happy with the result. Also fitted shorter dog bones and had the steering head bearings replaced.

Oil consumption on the Naboom Bash trip was surprisingly low, oil level went down by about 3mm on more than 800km.

Abré le Roux
The adventure is out there.....
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4 years 7 months ago #108504 by Ryderod
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Awesome!

Let's do dirty!

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4 years 7 months ago #108512 by Peter Vee
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Clocked over to 75 000km on Monday morning. Recently had Wilbers installed and happy with the result. Also fitted shorter dog bones and had the steering head bearings replaced.

Oil consumption on the Naboom Bash trip was surprisingly low, oil level went down by about 3mm on more than 800km.


That low oil usage was because we rode like girls and not Dakar pilots for a change :silly: :silly:

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