Author C_D joins from Poland  (Read 2107 times)

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  • Offline fa57pjc   england

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    Re: C_D joins from Poland
    Reply #8 on: Jan 23, 2024, 04.26 pm
    Jan 23, 2024, 04.26 pm
    Very nice indeed!  :152:

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    Re: C_D joins from Poland
    Reply #9 on: Jan 23, 2024, 04.29 pm
    Jan 23, 2024, 04.29 pm
    Extremely smart  :028:

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    Re: C_D joins from Poland
    Reply #10 on: Jan 23, 2024, 04.36 pm
    Jan 23, 2024, 04.36 pm
    *Originally Posted by C_D [+]
    It is probably also the last time, it is so clean ;) Traders did their job!
    Slightly over 67.000 km on counter.

    You've got a good one there! It looks extremely good considering it is a 2012 bike.
    Mind you, my experience of the Crosstourer, and other Hondas for that matter, is that they stand up to the elements very well, unlike bikes from certain other manufacturers that I won't name here.

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    Re: C_D joins from Poland
    Reply #11 on: Jan 25, 2024, 08.42 am
    Jan 25, 2024, 08.42 am
    I have two other Honda bikes in my garage, also bought secondhand, and I know they are durable. If treated well, they will ride for many years. Some say they are not high-tech designs but I like them for the fact that, with average mechanical skills, I can do a lot to them myself. And I don't need to connect computer for changing bulb ;)
    The priority now is to replace all fluids and filters because I have no service history. With everything taken apart, maybe I'll get to the spark plugs and replace them too. But checking valve clearances I think I'll skip this time. I need to get to know her better :) 

     


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