missing head torch

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Re: missing head torch

Post by mark1150 » Mon Aug 22, 2011 4:00 pm

Where / when was the last time you used / saw it and try and remember back from there?
Now I'm more interested in the Adventure Cupboard! Do you dress up as Indiana Jones in the bedroom? :lol:
I hope it turns up, Oh and a thought, did you work on the bike outside or anything like that?
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Re: missing head torch

Post by ipswichbiker » Mon Aug 22, 2011 4:08 pm

Last time I saw it was when packing. Realised it was missimg when I went to use it. I gave my sister an old head torch so I'll just have that one back. The adventure cupboard is so my stuff doesn't end up all over the place. Top shelf for things I use. Bottom shelf for things that just could get used.
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Re: missing head torch

Post by mark1150 » Mon Aug 22, 2011 4:33 pm

ipswichbiker wrote:Last time I saw it was when packing. Realised it was missimg when I went to use it. I gave my sister an old head torch so I'll just have that one back. The adventure cupboard is so my stuff doesn't end up all over the place. Top shelf for things I use. Bottom shelf for things that just could get used.
I know what the cupboard is for,I was trying to make a downer situation brighter (no pun intended), no chance of it being in with the tool tubes or under the seat I suppose? or a bag within a bag?
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Re: missing head torch

Post by ipswichbiker » Mon Aug 22, 2011 4:40 pm

Check already. Picked up my old torch now so not to worry. Did you get my text about your alpinestars are they tech 2 mx or tech 3 all terrain. The ones with metal around the toe
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Re: missing head torch

Post by mark1150 » Mon Aug 22, 2011 4:44 pm

No I'll check now.....
Tech 3 MX no metal.
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Re: missing head torch

Post by ipswichbiker » Mon Aug 22, 2011 4:58 pm

Thanks. Didn't you used to have some with metal on. The tech 3 mx and tech 3 all terrain are the same price. I wonder which is the best?
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Re: missing head torch

Post by mark1150 » Mon Aug 22, 2011 7:10 pm

ipswichbiker wrote:Thanks. Didn't you used to have some with metal on. The tech 3 mx and tech 3 all terrain are the same price. I wonder which is the best?
Sorry mate busy doing the RR pix.
Yes I did have a pair of SIDI's, also MX boots.
IMHO I'd still rather the Tech 3's, re the MX v All terrain, some say the AT's have a wee bit more grip if it gets muddy, my own opinion is that the cleats get clogged up eventually and it ends up as broad as it is long.
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