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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by FROSTY View Post
    This has been well covered off elsewhere but just to refresh memories.
    My racevan sits at my place except to go to race meetings.
    The setup is - high roofed Van,tiedowns,tiedown points,and ramp.
    It is available for KBers to use --Be it to pickup a busted bike or to transport a bike for work.or even to help shift house
    RULES for its use are simple --check the water and oil before use. Return the van with more gasthan it had when you took it.

    The latest addition is a 7x4 trailer. It DEFINITELY takes an average bike no problems it has tie down points aplently,Lights etc.
    Same rules apply --break it-fix it etc etc
    hats of to you frosty very generous of you
    bump

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    hey guys just a reminder here. Van has been to hopital and is happy
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    In a Frosty gesture...

    I have a trailer that is good for a sportsbike, has a big plastic container on the front, and has a low tail (designed for carrying jetskis, but I wouldn't advise riding up the trailer like you would on a ski).

    Can be used for emergencies, and recoveries, but not for moving house (not really suitable). Reg/WoF'd.

    PM me.
    Its diametrically opposed to the sanitised existence of the Lemmings around me in the Dilbert Cartoon hell I live in; its life at full volume, perfect colour with high resolution and 10,000 watts of amplification.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbikeboy View Post
    In a Frosty gesture...

    I have a trailer that is good for a sportsbike, has a big plastic container on the front, and has a low tail (designed for carrying jetskis, but I wouldn't advise riding up the trailer like you would on a ski).

    Can be used for emergencies, and recoveries, but not for moving house (not really suitable). Reg/WoF'd.

    PM me.
    Um matey--er would help if folk knew where in the world you are
    To see a life newly created.To watch it grow and prosper. Isn't that the greatest gift a human being can be given?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FROSTY View Post
    Um matey--er would help if folk knew where in the world you are
    very true!
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    Quote Originally Posted by FROSTY View Post
    Um matey--er would help if folk knew where in the world you are
    The serious answer, Auckland's North Shore.

    The flippant answer is: depends who's asking. If you're wearing blue and I just did something bad, not here, and it wasn't me; but if you're female and incredibly kinky, then the answer is wherever you tell me to be
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    Ok folks the long suffering KB van was geting a wee bit long in the tooth and is now in semi retirement at a dive companies gear van.
    BUT--DRUMROLL there is a now a new (er) van available.
    This one is a Diesel, Manual Homy 4wd long wheel base. with a towbar.
    I dont know myself --darn thing has fripperies like working Aircon/heater,central locking ,electric windows and power steering -and a sound system that works.
    To see a life newly created.To watch it grow and prosper. Isn't that the greatest gift a human being can be given?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FROSTY View Post
    I dont know myself --darn thing has fripperies like working Aircon/heater,central locking ,electric windows and power steering -and a sound system that works.
    Does it go "Doompf Doompf Doompf"?


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    Quote Originally Posted by PirateJafa View Post
    Does it go "Doompf Doompf Doompf"?

    Na does NNnnnts NNnnnts NNnnnts...


    On ya frosty

    So can we still call you out or borrow it if needed ? Payment in beer and full tank of gas in van I presume...
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    Hey Alan, Alan, Alan....

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    thats the plan dude.its for recovery of busted bikes when needed
    To see a life newly created.To watch it grow and prosper. Isn't that the greatest gift a human being can be given?

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    Frosty is a good bugger. He let me use his van afew months ago no questions asked. cheers again.

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    New van has been tested to tauranga and back--aparently does a mighty job
    To see a life newly created.To watch it grow and prosper. Isn't that the greatest gift a human being can be given?

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    jUST A HEADS UP--Le Van is fullup with a bright yella honda. Nett result its not available till Wendsday. --The trailers here though
    To see a life newly created.To watch it grow and prosper. Isn't that the greatest gift a human being can be given?

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    Ok boys n gals we are back in business.
    I have a replacement van of a brand I wont disclose but its proven to be reliable
    To see a life newly created.To watch it grow and prosper. Isn't that the greatest gift a human being can be given?

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    good stuff Mr. Frost
    Don't Ride Faster Than Your Guardian Angel Can Fly !!!



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