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    Keep your GPR in the dining room??????

    Check out where this guys toys are.....

    http://fortlauderdale.craigslist.org/boa/486429238.html


    In South Florida you have keep an eye on your stuff or its gone and you won't see it again. Sad I must say.


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    may be the only way to keep it safe! Things are tough these days your toy can be some one elses they way people think anymore. My 18 year old friends daughter got smashed in the head with a gluck last Friday ended up in the hospital! Lets go beet the sh1t out of a kid for money!!!!! come on

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    I will see if i can find some pics in my place!!! My wife doesn't like me too much building a 331 stroker motor in my living room,keepin my 06 turbo gsxr 1000 in the den where i also pulled and built the motor,3 times !!!!!!!!Now,my whole 1300 engine is in my spare bedroom where she irons and keeps her clothes.......

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    a know these two bothers that keep their KTM and Honda CR500 in the lounge room because of prior thefts.

    they live on the 11th floor so they are pretty safe...

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    11th floor , I would think they are safe. Chain mine to light pole

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    Ahhhhh. To be single again...

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