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Thread: Your BEST BUY products

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    Your BEST BUY products

    Enter in this thread those products that you have bought and used, which have stood the test of tosser-time and which do what they say on the tin and then some!

    State the brand and model; what it is and why it's your Best Buy - but keep it short.
    Thomas! There's a mouse duck in the house!





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    No Toil air-filter cleaner + oil

    NO TOIL air-filter cleaner.

    I'll never buy another brand.
    Thomas! There's a mouse duck in the house!





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    Aerostich Roadcrafter suit Simply the best
    Regards bisbee

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    The latest pink Muc Off bike cleaner... £5 and cleans and shines even a bike I own..

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    Jet Boiler must have used it a thousand times, 4 times yeasterday twice today had it 12 years or so now.

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    Kermit chair and table. Old school safari charm. Beautiful craftsmanship. Comfortable. Attracts attractive women.


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    "RAPTOR STRAPS"

    Better than bungees

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    If I am ever on life support - Unplug me......
    Then plug me back in..........

    See if that works .....

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    "Elbow Grease" spray on degreaser.
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Elbow-Grease.../dp/B000TVM5T4
    often found in 'pound/ Euro shops' for £/€1
    very effective.
    Dr. Farkoffs discovery not mine.

    Vespa brake cables + screw on nipple = a Guzzi clutch cable (and much cheaper).
    appears bright from a distance / dim up close

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    Halfords 'Pro' range sockets and tools.....in particular, their 1/4 inch drive set for keeping on the bike is perfect

    More than adequate quality, good price, no quibble exchange of broken bits.......JUST MAKE CERTAIN YOU STICK THE RECEIPT TO THE INSIDE OF THE LID OF THE BOX WITH CLEAR TAPE so you never lose it......job done
    सत्यमेव जयते


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    Tom Bihn Brain Cell.. keeps laptop safe, not cheap but worth it:

    http://www.tombihn.com/PROD/TB0300.html

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    Gerbing

    Gerbing heated jacket liner

    Lifetime warranty Priceless

    cheers

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    Altberg HOGG boots.
    Comfortable, waterproof. Fin

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    Any luggage made by Kriega.

    Extremely flexible, totally waterproof, modular, fits anything, won't fall off but is easy to fit anda remove, designed by people who genuinely understand what is needed, tough as a scouse whore, not overpriced and made in Britain

    Particularly recommended.....tank bra plus US5 or US10 on top for any touring or 'adventure' bike...their wallet, their US20 with a pair of US10s on the edges with a US5 on top.

    Best soft luggage I've ever bought
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    etymotic in ear monitors er6i, 8 yrs old, amazing sound quality, comforable with helmet and work great with sena smh10

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    Wunderlich handlebar bag. Fits loads more in it than you'd think, and perfect for toll money/ passport/ visor cleaner/ mobile phone with plenty of room for other stuff.

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    etymotic in ear monitors er6i, 8 yrs old, amazing sound quality, comforable with helmet and work great with sena smh10

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