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Frank Jones
Long Island,NY,
USA

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Sprint RS (02-05)


09 Sep 2011 16:08
Surely, if the vehicles petrol Tank can no longer be adequately and safely secured to the vehicle,using the original fittings, through no 'damage' done to it by the owner, then isn't that a very serious safety issue.......at least in most country's?????.

On my Tank I could of easily of riden around with either the front bolt secured, or the rear two bolts, but NOT front and rear at the same time, since they don't really line up any more...

Surely, at least in the UK a potential MOT failure?????
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