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post #1 of 4 Old Mar 1st, 2007, 5:55 am Thread Starter
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Shiny stuff

Anyone know if the new (05 onwards?) shiny decals, pannier bumpers, mirror housings etc. would fit the older models?
Mine is looking rather scraped and tired in these areas anyway, so wondering if I have the option of fitting the new styles.

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Yes they fit no problem - where do you intend getting them from ? (new prices are horrendous).

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Hadn't got as far as pricing them up yet
Bit silly having expensive bumper strips - defeats the point really

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Lot of people have nice shiny pannier strips, then stick black rubber on them to stop them being scratched. Thinking about doing mine, as they have a bit of 'ferry rash' on them .

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