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magot

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magot says:

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Thinking of getting a metro air motorcycle drier, anyone used one and are they any good 

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philehidiot

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philehidiot says:

This

is a rebranded dog drier. It'll do the job just like a hair dryer will but at a much higher cost.

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Diablere

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Diablere says:

Why?

I can think of no reason why you'd want one?:blink:

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mostlyslowly

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mostlyslowly says:

I use a

leaf blower, before polishing, to remove excess water quickly.

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CB13

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CB13 says:

Got one ....

for christmas from the wife.Can't remember the make and can't be arsed to go and look.Variable air speed and temperature and yes it is a dog dryer.Cost less than exactly the same thing for motorcycles because it didn't say motorcycle on it and come with a 40% Sucker Tax."Can think of no reason why you would want one" how about it DRY'S YOUR BIKE!! Gets all the water out of the nooks,crannies and really had to get at places.Leaves your paintwork watermark free,get rid of all the water caught in the rad cooling fins,shifts the water caught in your chain,brake calipers switch gear.Do I need to go on?FFS the clue to why you need one is in the name. :smile Had a B&Q leaf blower for 7years but it blew up last October.Was good but a bit clumsy and very noisy.New jobby is much better,different nozzles etc.

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snev

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snev says:

This "Blower" ? I Don't need one...

the wife is fantastic .....!


As for the bike I just use a towel.

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preunit

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preunit says:

I

use Kleenex or ask her to swollow :blink:

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snev

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snev says:

I see

what you did there :lol::lol::lol:

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Blader2005

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Blader2005 says:

MOTORCYCLE drier...

yet on the page i looked at all the pics of it being used showed it being used on CARS!!!  :wacko::blink:

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Beelady

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Beelady says:

I use

a compresser. Does a great job of blowing water away from fiddly bits.

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Blader2005

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Blader2005 says:

bee...

does it dry the bike too?? :ph43r::wink:

 

 

 

snev... see what i did there??  :wink:

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