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Old 04-03-2012, 09:51 AM
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Originally Posted by Red_Chili View Post
Oh yeah, don't forget the epoxy putty, baling wire and duct tape.

Seriously. Fixed a BMW GS sump on the White Rim once with it. He rode it all the way back to Denver with nary a weep. Fixed the Thunderpig's clutch cover with it too, took 6 jagged parts and made one cover with a neat pattern in it. Epoxy putty is the schizz.
I just added a package of epoxy putty to the spares kit. I've read numerous comments on case repairs using the putty.

I also recently got an Ogio vest to try instead of a backpack. I'm not totally sold on it yet but its pretty neat. I need to get some trail miles on it to gain some confidence that its better than a backpack.
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