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    Paddock Stand Thruxton R

    Need a quality paddock stand for my new Thruxton R - I have fitted the swingarm bobbins, just need to find a stand to suit - recommendations please.

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    The one i got for the Hypermotard was from this place http://www.motea.com/en/Triumph/Thru...stand-4011.htm

    Mine is single sided but as you will see they do one for the Thruxton

    The quality is decent and the price is also good so i would recommend them
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    Quote Originally Posted by redrick View Post
    The one i got for the Hypermotard was from this place http://www.motea.com/en/Triumph/Thru...stand-4011.htm

    Mine is single sided but as you will see they do one for the Thruxton

    The quality is decent and the price is also good so i would recommend them
    I will take a look, thanks.

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    I've just ordered and received a stand from them for the Scrambler X - good quality quick delivery.

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    Are motea a cover for some other dodgy activity? This is what happend when I tried to access their website from work today - was ok last week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Engineer View Post
    Are motea a cover for some other dodgy activity? This is what happend when I tried to access their website from work today - was ok last week.
    That is the worst screenshot I can recall seeing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wileeeeeey View Post
    That is the worst screenshot I can recall seeing.
    try this
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    works here in my office

    Your system is too sensitive or your boss does not like you shopping in works time
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    I bought a Puig hugger from them last month, no bother.

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    It's yer firewall

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    I reported it to IT and they released the block so I could go shopping they blamed it on Sophos being over zealous, by default it is set pretty strictly so if it finds for example a few phrases that could be interpreted as encouraging law breaking then it blocks the site - so I guess there was something on that site that triggered it.

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    Well that's the correct way of removing the block. Where I work if something blocked you turn your vpn on and get around it. But only because making a request like that through IT will take a week or so to go through the correct approvals

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    Quote Originally Posted by wileeeeeey View Post
    Well that's the correct way of removing the block. Where I work if something blocked you turn your vpn on and get around it. But only because making a request like that through IT will take a week or so to go through the correct approvals

    Our IT people have the power to make decisions like this, we need to stay agile in our business

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    Quote Originally Posted by wileeeeeey View Post
    Well that's the correct way of removing the block. Where I work if something blocked you turn your vpn on and get around it. But only because making a request like that through IT will take a week or so to go through the correct approvals
    Or try your guest wifi, it's often not firewalled

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