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#16 Post by Willopotomas » Mon Apr 12, 2010 5:05 pm

Strangest thing i've liberated from a petrol tank was a petrol tap. No idea why anyone thought they went on the inside.. but someone did..lol.. :smt017

The daftest thing i've retrieved was one of those FuelCat things.. Lead pellets inside a stainless mesh cage. Waste of money IMO. It had been in the tank 10 years and looked more or less the same as it would've when it went in.. :smt005
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#17 Post by Gio » Tue Apr 13, 2010 2:14 pm

Pics, we need pics.

BTW I was chatting to an owner of a very pristine GPz900 today at lunchtime, it was as good as new really as it'd never been out in the wet and was garaged every time it was parked up.

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