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May 29th, 2014, 01:48 PM   #11
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thanks for the help, i'm getting desperate to find the conrod for my bike.here's a pic of mine.
another question, the conrod of the ktm400 of same year compatible with mine?
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May 29th, 2014, 05:02 PM   #12
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LOL

the initial Abusive text in these threads never come from me, difference of opinion yes but not the abuse.

this is the only bike forum on the net Ive seen where where abusive posts and obscene personal attacks are not deleted immediately

poor old taff you are phuquing up your own business with abusive posts like that

Rui I posted some leads for you in your other thread.

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May 30th, 2014, 12:14 AM   #13
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let's be clear about this, you have come back here and attacked my business in every manor from the start.

unlike you, just discussing what i do is an attack on what I do. to attack you it has to be about you and your ideas. all you have to do is talk about 'somenone'.

the moderators allowed you back to throw lies up about my business and they aren't in a position to say whether what you say is right or wrong.

you pretend thT YOUR HERE ONLY TO HELP OTHERS BUT INFACT AS YOU ORIGINALLY SAID: YOU HAVE ANOTHER MISSION.

and just for your info business is VERY good and I have gone from being on my own to employing two staff and two part time staff as well.

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May 30th, 2014, 03:36 PM   #14
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No No that deluded fantasy is in your head Taffy

My aim is not and has never been to ruin your business, and I have never posted as such, you have created that delusion all by yourself. I do point out when your products do not do what you say they will .. that is all. that is not an attack or any lie its is merely statement of fact.. ie valve spring specifications.

explaining an alternative course of action or suggesting an alternative vendor to a new member is not an attack, a difference of opinion is not an attack ..

abusive language and obscenities directed at another member is an attack.

I WILL NOT and CANNOT BUY anything from Taffy so for me to help someone it is simply all I can do to explain an alternative to Taffys products

that is not an attack!


if Taffy can stop the abuse and obscenities toward me i will respond by not giving him as hard a time but this has to be on a thread by thread basis

the problem has always been Taffy's abuse and foul behavior, I only ever respond to that abuse .. its VERY simple.

I don't care what you decide to do mate Im not going anywhere and i find your abuse quite entertaining.

general consensus though is that the site members don't deserve to have to read the abusive self centered crap you post every time you disagree with me by default

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June 2nd, 2014, 02:35 AM   #15
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geezuz fellas.....
Taffy, C.T.F.D. (as you seem to like acronyms: calm the f down) and get over it.
I have read your and Bushy's posts in this thread, he is not attacking you.

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June 2nd, 2014, 11:58 AM   #16
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Yep, there are other alternatives to genuine or "refurbished" genuine parts. Genuine is great if you can get it but aftermarket can sometimes offer a better product. I can see that one fella wants to protect his business interest but am also happy other guys are looking for alternatives cos these bits aren't gunna be around forever!

These guys obviously have other issues with each other of which i dont know the slightest about and therefore cannot comment on. From a third party perspective it does seem fairly one sided on the abusive side.

I feel for the fella that just wants to know where he can get a rod for his bike!
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Yep, there are other alternatives to genuine or "refurbished" genuine parts. Genuine is great if you can get it but aftermarket can sometimes offer a better product. I can see that one fella wants to protect his business interest but am also happy other guys are looking for alternatives cos these bits aren't gunna be around forever!

These guys obviously have other issues with each other of which i dont know the slightest about and therefore cannot comment on. From a third party perspective it does seem fairly one sided on the abusive side.

I feel for the fella that just wants to know where he can get a rod for his bike!
me too!

and here is one answer

thumper racing, Travis does machining and crank rebuilds in house and has contacts with carillo to get a rod with the right dimensions ...basically a ktm560 stroker rod, Im sure he can organize whatever is needed for the pin and bearing as well.

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June 3rd, 2014, 11:09 AM   #18
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I was interested in one of their 610 kits for my 570 when it was apart, read good things about those guys! Fortunately for my back pocket Husaberg Australia came through with the replacement parts i needed so she went back together stock which was unfortunate for my need to always go bigger when i can! I can say that the next time it needs to come apart i will definitely be on the phone to them!
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Hi

I'm sure by now Rui has stop reading this thread and went somewhere else looking for a rod for his bike.

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June 4th, 2014, 12:46 AM   #20
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I don't think that the rod is 125mm C to C Rui? I think it is 125mm?

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