KennyB

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  1. I e just put my nearly 14y/o on a KTM 250excf and had it lowered by 50mm. He handles its weight ok and is only a small kid for his age
  2. Using gassed mig, it’s amazing how little heat it takes to warp the panels
  3. This has been my baptism of fire learning how to weld, lucky I have a grinder.
  4. I’m also looking for a new bike for my young bloke, can’t find a ktm 250 excf anywhere, except 1 that’s overpriced
  5. Your new found confidence and lack of self doubt has resulted in some nice riding mate, keep it up!
  6. Thanks for the ride@Andy350. Just like to say well done to the people who due to the conditions may have been out of their comfort zone
  7. Jump on my 350 next ride@trailz You keep saying that it’ll be too much for you but I think you’ll surprise yourself
  8. I’d assume they’d become a service centre of some description. Car dealerships generally make most of their money post sale (service and parts) anyway the only difference being now they are likely to see less and less cars coming though as the years go on. The support and parts by law must be available for 10 years after the sale of the new car so I think you’ll see Holden parts and service centres for at least that period wether Holden branded or some other form. As for the dealer in Sunbury and others like them they may try and buy into other brands to keep car sales going aswell. I for on
  9. Thanks Barclay for the lead, awesome loop you’ve got out there. Thanks mojo and cobraone for sweeping for the day.
  10. How good was the atmosphere on Friday night!! GO PIES!!!
  11. Great day out, thanks to all who attended and thanks Bear for the lead
  12. [mention=2560]urustu[/mention] are you wanting to buy a proshot mount? Had one, now sold sorry
  13. I've got it there so I might as well use it ;-)
  14. Finally able to log back in, thanks to trailmaker for the lead, awesome loop mate! Thanks also to tbrider for tailing all day, sorry if I held you up. Thanks to trailz for organising a ride that for once coincided with a day off work/football/chores. And bear thanks for the on track tips and suspension adjustments, my bike felt heaps better with a couple of clicks here and there. Was a great day out but with lacking bike fitness I was glad to see the car park at the end of it all. Can't wait to go again!