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    Cymarc AKA Mark Hooton

    Just a big thumbs up for the guys at Cymarc

    I called today for a few goodies and the guys were so helpful!

    A pleasure to do business with!!!

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    Quality great - agreed. Expensive? I think so

    I bought a Touratech tool box to fit behind the pannier rack on my GSA. It looks part of the bike and is waterproof. It cost around £100 form NN.

    The Cymark version costs around£160, reportedly isn't waterproof and doesn't't look as good (IMHO)

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    Don't know the details but I know which will last longer, not fall off and take a bump better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mw3230 View Post
    Quality great - agreed. Expensive? I think so

    I bought a Touratech tool box to fit behind the pannier rack on my GSA. It looks part of the bike and is waterproof. It cost around £100 form NN.

    The Cymark version costs around£160, reportedly isn't waterproof and doesn't't look as good (IMHO)
    Money is not the only consideration when purchasing items. If you had a problem with one of cymarcs products I am confident they would do their best to resolve/help. You cannot make an informed opinion on one item. Customer service is everything and I like Cymarcs innovations to solutions to improve our bikes.

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    Despite the fact that Hooton drank a 40 quid bottle of wine with a dodgy kebab he is a top bloke and i would have the utmost confidence in both his products and his customer care.

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    Forgive me, but in over 2 years and approaching 14000miles on road, gravel - in summer as well as winter, I have not had a single mark to the front of my engine from front wheel spray or debris so I don't really see the need for a relatively over priced piece of bent SS. However, each to their own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ozz View Post
    Forgive me, but in over 2 years and approaching 14000miles on road, gravel - in summer as well as winter, I have not had a single mark to the front of my engine from front wheel spray or debris so I don't really see the need for a relatively over priced piece of bent SS. However, each to their own.
    You are obviously not trying hard enough......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt Bilco View Post
    You are obviously not trying hard enough......
    The A1 and A66 are generally clear of loose crap, so cut the man some slack, eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ozz View Post
    Forgive me, but in over 2 years and approaching 14000miles on road, gravel - in summer as well as winter, I have not had a single mark to the front of my engine from front wheel spray or debris so I don't really see the need for a relatively over priced piece of bent SS. However, each to their own.
    You must be a riding God (like me) hooning along with that front wheel permanently airbourne...lol
    Everyone dies but not everyone really lives....

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