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    its all poo

    Dave Cargill
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    Ta

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    I've just paid me dues....whooooohoooo

    , so you can PM me now

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    Cheque in the post......

    you'd better get cutting... seems to be taking off, good luck.

    Bub

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    Mark 2 Stash Panel !

    Just In CNC machined stash panel !
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    That looks very slick 'Poo; well done! Looking forward to getting mine. I trust you got my cheque? Any idea of delivery time?
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    Geoff

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    posted lots this morning including yours Geoff, Im having to gear up as they are selling quite well ! cheers to all IAP

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    Hi "It's all poo"
    Received the stash panel today. Fitted it just now. Excellent
    A great, simple solution to a problem I'd noticed, but not addressed. Nicely finished and well thought out. Well done.
    For interest, for you and any other prospective purchasers, I have stored behind mine:
    Original 1200GS tool kit
    Extended BMW 1200GS tool kit (including a few additions)
    Bag containing WD40, headtorch & spare batteries, insulating tape,
    luggage straps.
    So, all the stuff I, hopefully, don't need immediate access to.
    Brilliant! It'll make my upcoming three-week jaunt round Central Europe so much easier.
    'Hope you can cope with demand!
    Cheers
    Geoff

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    What's the damage I might have one of those. Drop me a PM.

    Thanks!

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    Received mine today.

    Can't believe how simple and effective an idea you've come up with.

    Well pleased and perfect for my Cruz toolkit and sundries.

    Why so serious ?

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    Hi, how much would it be to send one to New Zealand and how would I pay you?

    Cheers

    Lee

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    Ill find out and let you know

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    Quote Originally Posted by its all poo View Post
    Having problems with the funny gap in the left hand pannier?
    Bags dont expand into this space ?
    If you do pack something in it whan you take the bag out everything drops out ?

    Well I had all of these so I made this 5mm thick plastic weighs nothing and works lovely what do you think ?

    Doesnt rattle, box still expands. pic shows an example of what can be packed in the gap. General Repair kit, Puncture repair kit, plug in lamp, we willy and winter gloves and still space left.
    Hi poo!, I'm new to this forum stuff, haven't quite figured it all out yet! How do I get your details so I can post you a cheque?

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    Thingy

    A big thanks to "its all poo" for a great product. It does the job nicely.

    I'll just have to remember what I have in the space instead of being reminded every time I pull out my luggage.

    gs_bill

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    Hi Poo!

    Did my cheque arrive?
    onyack

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    PM sent if you've any left

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    yup

    hi Silver Rat
    Yes thankyou very much I posted the panel Saturday
    cheers its all poo

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