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post #11 of 16 Old 11-03-12, 21:35
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I'm in Gainsville sorry to hear this man i'll keep my eyes open.


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post #12 of 16 Old 11-03-12, 22:19
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I'm in dade county ill keep an eye out
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You live over by 20th ave? Not to be creepy, it's just that's where I live and I think I see you riding around fairly often. Not a whole lot of 675's around here, and definitely not a lot of 675R's.
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post #14 of 16 Old 11-04-12, 01:58
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I would wait on a Ducati until some of the new bikes come out, they are changing their quality control department so they don't have so much maintenance issues. Set some of that money from insurance aside and buy yourself a nice new handgun lol



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Sorry to hear about your bike. Anything that might distinguish it from the bodywork?
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post #16 of 16 Old 11-04-12, 07:10
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Get a GPS tracker, and hide it on your bike somewhere, i used to be in army intel. We did this alot, and there are GPS trackers that you control by SMS. Downside is you'll have to get a cell phone SIM chip and pay for a plan that includes texting. but worth it to me.

The ones we had also had an SOS feature if it was disconnected from the external power source. Would start sending out its coordinates every 15 minutes

I know its a little late but you said you were going to get another bike so think of this for the future.

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2010 Daytona 675SE -I miss my SV, but damn that daytona!
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