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rego sticker holder(vic)

Discussion in 'Politics, Laws, Government & Insurance' at netrider.net.au started by adnan12, Jan 16, 2006.

  1. I've lost my plastic rego sticker holder :( Is there any other way to put the sticker on the bike?


     
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  2. Get down to bike mart and buy another, only like $5 or less :)
     
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  3. Most auto places sell trailer rego label holders that work just as well.
     
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  4. Go to an auto parts place (Supercheap, Repco, Bursons, Autobarn, etc) and buy a new holder and see your friends at Victor Roads for a new label.
     
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  5. I lost mine too. New one $3
     
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  6. It's a good idea to replace those plastic rego holders every couple of years or there abouts... the plastic degrades... and as stated they are cheap, only a few $.
     
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  7. Buy an Across and keep it in the boot ;)
     
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  8. New rego label at Vicroads is $13.50.

    Nice lady last friday didn't charge me though.Not many people can say they got somthing free from the government!
     
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  9. Buy an accross mmmmm let me think :shock: :shock: :shock: Put it in the boot mmmmmm what day is pick up day :LOL: :LOL: (boot of big smelly truck) ooooohh sorry flip :cry: i thought you ment the redgo holder :grin: :grin: :grin:
     
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  10. Must... Resist... Urge... To... Bag... Acrosses... :wink: :LOL: :LOL:

    (hahahaha. I said "Bag".. :p )
     
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  11. You lot are lost causes :roll: :p
     
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  12. Or I could put it under the lovely black sheepskin I have on the seat :grin:
     
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  13. :LOL: :LOL:

    what is it with Across' that everyone bags?

    are they that bad a bike?
     
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  14. :shock: Nah, I brought the bike unregistered, got it registered today and in between that I took it off and now I can't find. :)

    Not a prob. now, got one for $2
     
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  15. good stuff mate :wink:
     
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  16. Only the thousands (10's, 100's?) on dole/welfare :grin:
     
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  17. kishy.. cause i guess we have the boot space and the tank under the seat..

    want to know a funny story.. on the way back from devonport to melb.. they line you up in tassie in rows of vehiocles.. ie, car, caravan, truck.. and bike.. i pulled up amoungst about 20 hardleys, a GSXR, a triumph rocket 3(with a custom paint job, it was freakin hot as hell) and a goldwing.. i opened the boot area to get somethign out.. and every one of them went "damn.. thats freakin cool.. i wish i had a bike like that!!"

    care for me to repeat

    "I WISH I HAD A BIKE LIKE THAT!!!"

    so, in closing, i put all the bagging down to jelousy hahaha.
     
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  18. :LOL: :LOL: oic

    always wondered bc ive seen many an Across & I know its not bc of
    the looks bc they arent bad lookin..

    LOL about tank being under the seat tho.. That i didnt know :LOL:

    how many L is the tank then?

    must be tiny?
     
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  19. Hey Kishy,

    They're actually a great 250 ;) Good looking, good handling, great performance for a 250 - and luggage space thrown in as well :p

    The under seat tank is 12lt from memory. Good for around 200km +/- before we need to look for fuel on my wife's Across.

    ;)
     
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  20. legandary learners bikes and city commuters

    heres a link , check it out , you will be quietly suprised
    http://www.hyp4r.com/mct/across/across.htm
     
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