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Old 01-02-2006, 06:02 PM
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In another mag, was reading today an advert for trike to bike in 2 days kits.

no mention of having to change the vehicle with dvla,just in two days you have a trike.. basically.

shouldnt they advertise this,would some of the not so clued up buy the kit and get the bike trike on the road,then fall foul when they get pulled over for tax evasion,insurance fraud.

whats the deal with the kits,dont want one just seeing a full colour page of misinformation thats all.
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Old 01-02-2006, 06:05 PM
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well some people will try and sell anything now wont they lol. but theres not alot to do about it really tho is there but its stupid if a new biker wanted to do and actually got pulled, that would prob be a nice lengh inside lol
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Old 01-02-2006, 06:20 PM
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for some reason I read this as 'kite tricks'
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not exactly misinformation really is it, as it I beleive doesnt state that it will be on the road the next day, merely triked within 2 days

when I spoke to them they are clued up on the registration etc etc, so dont think they would mis-sell the item

from what I have seen the kits are very good quality, and I think offer quite good value for money to those that cant build things like wishbones and the rear cradle etc etc
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