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Gus Von Gee
Houston,
United Kingdom

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Daytona T595


12 Sep 2011 21:23
Yeah, it was cooking in my garage last winter... and I don't think it OTT to be concerned about an issue which could consign all T5's to the bin.

If the plastic tanks are deforming, no matter the reason, then they are not fit for purpose.

I remember when the T5 came out that it was claimed in the press that Triumph had to persuade the government to amend the law so that plastic tanks could be used legally on the road. Surely at that stage it would have had to be shown that the materials used would be inert to present and forseeable fuels.
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