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Discussion in 'British Beasts: Triumph Tigers' started by Xcountry-Rider, Aug 12, 2011.
Now that's some gumbo.
After last weekends mud bath she deserved a wash.
Odd lighting. Frame really pops though. Cool pic!
Took the tiger off road for the first time nothing extreme just some access roads.
fbj913, I see MO plates and KC in your location. Did you get your bike from Randy at El Dorado Cycles?
No, I got it from the guys at Engle Motors in Kansas City. They are great guys.
Saw a used Givi KAPPA Garda 46L for $260... how have you guys liked the givi or what has been heard about them for a top case??
Also what were the prices you guys got the tigers out the door for?? Got a used tiger but it's drive's away and has 10k miles on it, still got 15months of warranty...
More precisely http://advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=21352060&postcount=16959
oops i thought i deleted it from that thread! I couldn't decide which one to put it in but i guess too much bubbly goodness that night might have hit a wrong key
After two days of washing up:
All ready for Scotland in a few days.
Care to share what parts/where you got the brake line mod??
It's made by Hel mobile, since they dont have a standard kit for the Tiger 800 yet. Combined with Rox Risers I have 1 x 100 centimeter and 1 x 105 centimeter. And that's a tight fit, if I were to order them again I would take 2-3 cm on each side extra just to be secure.
After doing something like that myself and alone I thought about mounting an electric winch on my bike. Dang that 500lbs in mud is tough to budge.
Took 4 men and one rope to pull this one out. If I were on my own I'd propably still be there .
Here you go...
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That winch was for a BMW...
Do they make one for Triumphs too?
From yesterday's ride...