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    Mine arrived first thing this morning

    Cheers
    Heres a pic of it fitted to my 95 Pan European with raised bars

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    Quote Originally Posted by gypsy View Post
    Mine arrived first thing this morning

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    Heres a pic of it fitted to my 95 Pan European with raised bars
    Thanks Eddy. Glad you like it never thought about putting it on a Pan but if it works Reflective shows up well must be serious flash.

    Just finishing the last lot before Christmas but only 2 left, others spoken for so if any one wants one drop me a pm.
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    When you have made some more can you please let me know as interest has been shown on the pan site

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    Gypsy. Have PMed you with details.
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    Mine arrived and fits fine thanks Ted





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    Thanks John. Panniers look good
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    Cheers Ted, mine arrived today, great fit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gossy View Post
    Cheers Ted, mine arrived today, great fit.
    Thanks Brian glad your happy with the cover
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    Any news on the hi viz vests Ted?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamieH View Post
    Any news on the hi viz vests Ted?
    Hi Jamie. Have a couple done, look really good and holding up well to use. Big problem is the price! £40, using the Reflective zips, good quality non fade HiViz, lining, stretchpanels etc, etc makes it to expensive compared to whats on the market. Trying to find British suppliers and getting the price down is proving a bit tricky. Good idea about the pocket though waiting for some samples then will see what happens. Hope to have one or two done for next month but covers keeping Sue busy at the moment
    Hope you are getting some use from the cover if you are hardy enough to be out. We went out a few times on the sunny dry days but -2 rather cools the enthusiasm.
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    We are changing the reflective piping on the next batch of covers and bags as supplier can't get the original type anymore, using silver. It is slightly more pliable and even more reflective, it's like on the bikes pictured camping at begining of thread and will look silver in day light as well as reflective at night.
    Picture is new piping on bag fitted to Jess top box, thanks Mike.
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    Good stuff, I'm sure the one I bought was close to that though.
    Last edited by JamieH; 17-01-13 at 12:22. Reason: Double post!

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    Have put the covers on EBay showing the new reflective material on the bag/cover, also better view of the cover material. Price has gone up to cover cost of new material and EBay fees but If anyone wants one pm me, will do the UKGSer price still £43 delivered 1st clas recorded.


    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1509837334...84.m1555.l2649
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    Bumpaty Bump.
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    Hello there squire!

    I'm certainly interested in a cover, how much are the tool bags?

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