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    Default A brace of Almax chains and a lock

    Thinking of selling a couple of bits*:

    1 x 1.5m Almax Series III chain without sleeve, had this for several years before upgrading to a Series IV. Removed (& lost the sleeve) as without it, the chain slipped through the rear gap on the swing arm, behind the rear shock nicely (on a Hornet 900).

    1 x 1.5m Almax Series IV chain, this one with sleeve, approx 18months old

    1 x Abloy 362 padlock (allegedly the King of locks) with two keys.

    All items are located in IG11 Postcode and will require collection.

    A couple of Givi top boxes and a selection of Kriega Tail packs may folllow

    * All the above are only available to established TRC members, preferably those that pay their subscription

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    Default Re: A brace of Almax chains and a lock

    Id have been interested in the IV chain and padlock but your on other end of country!

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    Default Re: A brace of Almax chains and a lock

    Ok, will put out on ebay

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    Default Re: A brace of Almax chains and a lock

    How much would you be looking for the IV and padlock?

    I work in central london, so not horrible to get to - just wondering if I can rucksack the thing home on the tube/train

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    Default Re: A brace of Almax chains and a lock

    Quote Originally Posted by wotsits View Post
    How much would you be looking for the IV and padlock?

    I work in central london, so not horrible to get to - just wondering if I can rucksack the thing home on the tube/train
    Make me a sensible offer

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    Default Re: A brace of Almax chains and a lock

    Thanks, but don't worry - getting them back home would be a literal pain.

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    Default Re: A brace of Almax chains and a lock

    Don't forget to pass on your Abloy authentication card which allows new owner to get keys cut!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wotsits View Post
    Thanks, but don't worry - getting them back home would be a literal pain.
    Use one of those suitcases/bags on wheels?

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    Default Re: A brace of Almax chains and a lock

    Quote Originally Posted by wotsits View Post
    Thanks, but don't worry - getting them back home would be a literal pain.
    It would be, carrying the chain home after collecting from the carriers depot when I first bought it was a back breaking P.I.A. It's sold now though and the TRC'r was sensible enough to turn up in a van

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    Default Re: A brace of Almax chains and a lock

    Quote Originally Posted by melons View Post
    It would be, carrying the chain home after collecting from the carriers depot when I first bought it was a back breaking P.I.A. It's sold now though and the TRC'r was sensible enough to turn up in a van
    Someone I knew wanted a set of exercise weights for Xmas. Couple of bars and a selection of weights.

    Guess which f@ckwit parked the car at opposite end of town from Argos . . .

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