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alx
Sydney,
Australia

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Daytona 955i (99-01)


10 Sep 2011 16:01
Perusing the Ducati Class Action, it would appear that perhaps the Triumph experience is less severe.

1. Deformations take longer to evolve.

(different tank material?)

2. The deformations cause less of a safety impact. (eg fuel does not start leaking, handlebars do not contact, tanks do not fall off mounting points).

Some Ducati cases evolve in a couple of thousand miles and only a handlful of years.


Nonetheless..I expect an implied warranty that the tank will be fit for purpose and last as long as other major components such as the frame.
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