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badcompanybiker

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Scratched Chrome Pipes...

First ride on new bike , get petrol , renovation at sainsburys (DAMN renovation debris to HELL) and chunk of metal/brick/alien shit in road and i hit it... i drop the bike and i scratch my shiny shiny exhausts....

 Is there anything i can cover them up with that wont melt/burn/disintegrate/smell/explode in order to cover it up and look alright preferably something like a sticker but not a sticker about something bike related ... any ideas ?  

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jaffa90

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jaffa90 says:

Scratched

How bad is it? Down to the metal, how big an area?

A pic may help.

You may get compensation from the company if liable. 

http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_sacat=0&_from=R40&_kw=stickers+exhaust

Any good?

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badcompanybiker

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in between

most of it is just scratch , however there is a few dark spots and very very rough bits which i suspect to be metal .... and ive told them and rang them but they said i could have reduced my speed knowing that there was works going on .. as for a pic il have to post one tomorrow as its dark and it was dark when it happened , also its very very chilly outside and im all snuggly now haha, also your amazing great link thank you very very much !

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kcmc

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kcmc says:

Triumph Bonneville T100 2006??

Hi BCB

Give Part search a try :smilefor a good second hand one.

Just click on this to view

http://partfinderuk.co.uk/

Good Luck

KCMC:tongue:

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