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    Daytona boots, lasts for years even with regular use, always comfy, totally waterproof and re soleable and totally breathable.
    Growing up is optional, growing older is mandatory

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    DIY silicone earplugs from EBay.

    I've bought two lots of these from this seller....and although I doubted the claim that it would be enough goo to make two pairs, it was, spot on.

    Easy as taking a piss to use, and with a teeny bit of imagination (and thinking back to when your mum used to run a string up the arms of your duffle coat between your mittens) a doddle to make a nice set of plugs for very comfy and day to day use.

    Eight pounds bloody ninety 8 FFS



    Genuinely works this stuff does
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    MityVac Brake bleeding kit, had it around 10 years now and it makes doing brakes on bikes or indeed cars easy.

    Leatherman Wave multitool, used most days for the last 12 years and still as good as new, tough, dependable.

    Daytona Gator GTX Boots, Waterproof, protective, and as comfortable as slippers

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    Rok Straps

    Kriega US20 & US10

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    Thermarest and a Macpac down sleeping bag, never had a bad nights kip with these from warm nights to winter wild camps

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    Quote Originally Posted by islandbob View Post
    Daytona boots, lasts for years even with regular use, always comfy, totally waterproof and re soleable and totally breathable.
    +1 20 years, 100,000 miles at least. Still waterproof. Not bad for shop soiled bargain

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    IKEA sheepskin rug. Cut to size, stitch on some elastic straps, affix to saddle. 8,500 miles in a month barely a hint of sore bum on the otherwise standard 1150 saddle. (Also gets kudos, the skin not me, for looking like a bear skin to Americans)
    '83 BMW R100
    Yamaha S10
    '69 BMW R60 US

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    KARCHER WINDOW CLEANER................

    Great for inside and out, even for large screen TVs.

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/K%C3%A4rcher...window+karcher

    Al
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    See if that works .....

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    G-Tech AirRam Vacuum Cleaner.............


    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Gtech-AirRAM...=gtech+air+ram





    Far easier (and better) than a Dyson

    Cheaper from Costco.

    Al
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    See if that works .....

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    Pinlock

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Masters View Post
    NO TOIL air-filter cleaner.

    I'll never buy another brand.
    +1. Oil and cleaner is great.

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    Leatherman supertool - best ever, in fact can hardly remember a day i didnt use it for something !!

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    +1. S'tool 200. Now retired after 10yrs+ including no quibble FOC rebuild by Whitby's after abuse (left it on the 4 wheel horse box and ran over it then run over by several passing cars!). Replaced by Surge last year in the hope for another 10yrs+.

    Fluff

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    Pound shop bungees with carabiner clips. See also pound shop ratchet straps. All available in sunny Mitcham.

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    Casio G-Shock watch.
    Tough, looks good and keeps perfect time.
    Model G-1000 5034 here.

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    Pinlock visors

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