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Discussion in 'British Beasts: Triumph Tigers' started by Burren Rider, Jul 6, 2011.
Killa Photos Danny...............
While I don't disagree....MCN is far from un-biased
Geezus Trev, you've had it 5 mins & you've fucked it already.
That's not all either....went out Saturday, back trails and tracks, all on my lonesome. Luckly for me Danny had filled it up with juice before delivery, because I had every key with me except the one which unlocks the Safari tank....that could have been a very long walk back to civilisation and phone contact...:huh
Didn't realise until yesterday that it's a separate key, even though Danny had told me in an email!!!
Saw a tiger for sale with 9.6k miles on it 2012 Orange xc model... guy wants $9,00 with no options other than LED front turn signals.. what do you guys think??
For $900 I'll take it if you don't!
I think it's ridiculous... I still owe $11,900 on my '12. :huh
Besides not pussyfooting, may I suggest something for the next time? Whenever coming to a muddy situation like the above, you may be better off on the car tracks than forging your way through the crown in the middle. Car tracks usually offer a more secure packed path.
And since I'm on this topic, if it was completely covered with water, do the same thing, follow where the car tracks should be, pick the one that looks less deep, of course. Otherwise you may be cross/rutted without knowing it or on the slippery end of a crown.
My 2 cents...
I like the tires. And the bike...
Keep that junk out of the Tiger forum please. Sorry to see you go.
Not unreasonable but....I bought my orange 2012 in late December (middle of the off season in CO) for $10,250. Bike had 345 miles (not a demo) and a LV carbon can, triumph heated grips and fog lights.
Love the bike!
Sorry i meant $9,600! Had it been 900 i woulda ran there!
I certainly don't disagree with that at all. When it comes to an all round bike I think the Tiger has them all beat.
My only reason for trying something different (apart from being a bit impulsive with these things) is that most of my riding is dirt orientated.
Thanks Pete. I see you have put your 990 up for sale, are you definitely heading down the Tiger path now?
Geez mate, I thought the bike was going to a good home
From memory, the wires for the Oxford grips were covered in a different kind of conduit, kind of textured. The other small fuse is probably on the left over GPS wire? Not sure what the other wires are though, sorry?
Actually, I didn't lock the cap for this exact instance. All you had to do was turn it an anti-clockwise direction and your fuelling problems would have been solved .
Good to hear you are enjoying the bike.
I am not sure what the tyres were. They worked Ok though so I'll see if I can find out?
Maybe.........I've got someone looking at my bike on Friday.
I know I'll miss the 990 though.....
Yes, but it took me five minutes in the garage, with the key, to work that out!
ID inspection this morning, suspension tickle at our local guru soon afterwards, longing looks from a couple of bike mechanics/dealers, and now sporting SA Plate. Extensive ride next week over some choice SA trails, so it's basically been adopted mate. Grip heaters now working.