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Chichester,
United Kingdom

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Sprint ST (05->)


11 Sep 2011 14:05
I suspect the court and legal costs for this would be something that we would not be able to sustain long enough to get even a fraction of the way through the court case, and the big companies know this.
Its a tried and tested tactic in court.

Case adjourned on a technicality, resume at a later date after the plaintiff has done more research etc...
Rinse and repeat for a few years untill the little man or collective runs out of funds.

Personaly I think its a perfectly valid claim and SOMEONE should be to blame and offer us a solution such as a replacement tank made from steel for instance.

However, the reality is a company the size of ducati with massive legal funds cant do anything, what chance does the customer have...
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