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chinese food for thought
« on: 01.03. 2015 18:31 »
in my local dealers having a chat the owner said have a look this a black 125cc yongsung?? which  he sold new it was in for a service and rear tyre 16months old with 48ooomls on the clock the local owner goes from n yorks to 18mls the other side of brighton twice a week every week in all weathers

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Re: chinese food for thought
« Reply #1 on: 01.03. 2015 19:52 »
G'day nimrod.
Wow that's 1100 miles a week  *eek*. On a 125 of any breed is a mammoth task. Most bike shops down here refuse to work on Chinese bikes, having worked on a few I don't blame them. The workers at the factory must have been told that this was the boss's personal bike.
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Re: chinese food for thought
« Reply #2 on: 01.03. 2015 20:02 »
i think they are a copy of honda or suzuki engine the owner said people laugh at me i sit on the motorway at 65 and stop half way for break and something to eat

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Re: chinese food for thought
« Reply #3 on: 03.03. 2015 18:53 »
hi is that klm.s or miles i recon about 770mls

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Re: chinese food for thought
« Reply #5 on: 06.03. 2015 18:32 »
yes your right thanks for reply