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March 23rd, 2018, 01:11 AM   #31
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I lost another BSA in a garden shed fire,

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March 23rd, 2018, 02:18 AM   #32
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Originally Posted by Taffy View Post
also Tourist has never dealt with me, everything he says here is based on some advice I gave him and he took exception to it.
I've never done business with Taffy. And I never will

The rest about the "advice" is a straight-faced lie. Truth be told, the moment where I had enough was when Taffy spuriously attacked newcomer Basalt in a thread where they were asking for advice, after increasingly starting to doubt his morals after many, many, many situations like it. That's when I made a certain decision. If people care to look, I state here in public view that a pattern can be found where Taffy shows a friendly face to newcomers here in an attempt to sell them stuff but then when they show independence and question things (without any warnings or other input from other forum members!, the alleged "bullying" of Taffy), then in a sudden they are attacked as viciously as can be in a forum post. It's all here, and it is clear who the bully is.
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March 23rd, 2018, 02:53 AM   #33
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so i've never sold you anything and you were standing up for Basalt....

jesus, it's even sadder than I thought.

i'll tell you one thing tourist, they have announced today that they have stopped the freewheel inner gear for the starter system on all 2001-2008 husabergs.

they've stopped the 2001-2004 650 rod FOR GOOD.
THEY'VE STOPPED THE 501 LINER THIS WEEK - FOR GOOD

now i reckon we have to decide whether i make a fist of keeping husaberg owners bikes running or i decide that dealing with crap like this just isn't worth it.

I earn enough from rental income to not have to bother replacing this stuff.

I can't persuade you to tone down your churlish behaviour but I think most would agree that your behavioour isn't in anyway measured and in balance to the so called injustice of being called names.

but I think if people are reading this they really, really have to decide if they want parts made and the wilful help to make the spares we are going to need?

nobody else is going to make them.

I will have to make my mind up soon. up till now I've tried to make the few bits that have stopped but now there's a swaith of them.

if i get liners made i keep someone going but why would I not want a clear run at this without people like Tourist always nagging?

I just see people - especially the old fella - who should show more cahunas.... but WTF?

it's a fucked up world out there.

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March 23rd, 2018, 03:52 AM   #34
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Third option: Speak and act like a responsible professional adult.
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March 23rd, 2018, 04:03 AM   #35
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All those parts you are on about will have to be made by people who know what they are doing

All you are capable of taffy is collecting them from the post office

So ..... No we don't need you at all.

YOU are not going to actually make anything except a big fuss online ...... we can order direct from the people who know how to make things and We have post offices of our own
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March 23rd, 2018, 04:24 AM   #36
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Originally Posted by bushmechanic View Post
All those parts you are on about will have to be made by people who know what they are doing
I agree
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March 23rd, 2018, 04:31 AM   #37
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I've been here since 08'. I have got a lot of good advice from people with Husaberg knowledge and Taffy being one of them. I have gotten parts many times from Him all in a timely manner and without complaint. I can't say about his engine builds because if I want one done I have someone nearby to do it.
So for me I will leave it at that. A happy customer that's satisfied with parts and one who appreciates the shared knowledge from Him along with several others here.

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March 23rd, 2018, 06:37 AM   #38
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Notice alot of guys in Australia, aka Stayra, in all honesty, Obama is hanging out down there because he is on the run, possibly building a bunker. Please dont let this Luciferian shithole digger ruin your country. I live in Cali, this place is so fucked up now cause of these people, just saying. Thanks Taffy for help, getting my list together
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March 23rd, 2018, 09:13 AM   #39
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Im from Ca. also. I will say this and not to bring them up, but just the way I see it. The amount of Australians and English on this site are simply because they know how great Husabergs are. In contrast, the ratio of Husaberg enthusiasts compared to number of other brand riders here in the US seems miniscule.
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March 23rd, 2018, 10:46 AM   #40
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I believe Australia was one of the big markets for husaberg? But I would guess there must be most husabergs per capita in Sweden (duh) but the need for a forum is less as you just ask your friends over a cup of coffee
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