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    Thanks Gilly. That gives me some assurance that...

    Thanks Gilly.
    That gives me some assurance that I was not ripped off.
    I suppose if one is willing to part with the capital to buy a scooter, then one must be ready to pay high for the services.
    ...
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    Cost of 1st Service?

    I have just had my 1st Service at 600 miles.
    I was actually expecting it to be complimentary, so I was a bit surprised when I received the Invoice of just under $230
    This was for about an hour and...
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    Thank you both for responding and the...

    Thank you both for responding and the suggestions.

    I looked up the Scotchcal and it appears the way to go.
    I will take the advise offered on some websites and make a paper template etc.
    It...
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    Protecting Bridge/Arch on step-through?

    My wife and I are scuffing the top of cover (name?) when we "step through".
    Anyone have any ideas/suggestions.
    I know "lift your leg higher" is one, but inherently we lift as high as we think...
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    Swinging the Scooter

    Thanks wbrownell9-etc,
    I just managed to find what I was looking for.
    The local (USA) name of "Lazy Susan" was the answer to a successful google
    On line price for a 1000 lb'er is $10.37
    Will...
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    Paul, Thanks for the kind offer. Will try and...

    Paul,
    Thanks for the kind offer.
    Will try and send you a PM if I get how to do it figured out
    Regards,
    Mike
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    Hi RINTY, Thanks for the suggestion. I have a...

    Hi RINTY,
    Thanks for the suggestion.
    I have a very narrow garage apron before the slope.
    I have already tried that technique and it is do-able but a hassle.
    The easily swiveling of the R-series...
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    Thanks dbrick, I have to negotiate between 2 *...

    Thanks dbrick,
    I have to negotiate between 2 * parked cars.
    Its tight going forward but relatively easy to do. Just got to be careful.
    Trying to go backwards freewheeling down the hill, I have yet...
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    Thanks Ken and Omega Man, The park N move may...

    Thanks Ken and Omega Man,
    The park N move may well be the easiest solution.
    Have either of you perhaps tried it on the Scooter?
    If not, know anyone who has?
    Positioning the pNm and then lifting...
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    Thanks 30300, I will goggle Teflon buttons and...

    Thanks 30300,
    I will goggle Teflon buttons and see where are they available.
    Approx how many buttons did you use on the 12" * 18" plate. On a 2" centre-to-center spacing?

    You using the plate on...
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    Turning the Scooter in tight spaces?

    Hi All
    My driveway is sloped just about all the way up to the garage.
    My garage is limited in width. (it's one of those 1,5 car garages with work table and cupboards either side)
    Turning the...
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    New member to Scooter Forum

    Hi All,
    I am Mike from Wellington, Florida.

    Originally from Sheffield UK.
    Then Dad moved us all to South Africa around 1958

    Was an avid BMW rider in my younger years in South Africa
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    New Member from Florida

    Hi All,
    I am Mike from Wellington, Florida.

    Originally from Sheffield UK.
    Then Dad moved us all to South Africa around 1958

    Was an avid BMW rider in my younger years in South Africa...
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