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Old 3rd December 2018, 05:50 PM
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Default Re: SV 650 Stolen from Cork City

Originally Posted by allsorts&oddjobs
Fukin bastards, put this up on bookface if you can, it will get shared around a lot more, hopefully someone will spot it.
thanks, its been shared on book face
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Old 3rd December 2018, 10:16 PM
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Default Re: SV 650 Stolen from Cork City

Try Nashes Boreen in Upper Fairhill, that's where many of the stolen bikes end up.Take a few friends with you
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Old 4th December 2018, 07:31 PM
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Default Re: SV 650 Stolen from Cork City

Originally Posted by Unfazed
Try Nashes Boreen in Upper Fairhill, that's where many of the stolen bikes end up.Take a few friends with you
One of the lads said the same thing

Bike recovered, had been stashed for pick up later by the looks of it, with some damage to its loom and ignition. Happy ending all the same
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Old 5th December 2018, 09:45 PM
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another one stolen in wicklow, also shared to book face

STOLEN! NEWTOWN MOUNT KENNEDY CO WICKLOW LAST NIGHT!!! Lads a mate of my Andy Allen woke up this morning to find his pride and joy, MT09 181 ww 1182, had been lifted from his drive way in the early hours of this morning or late last night! He had it locked and blocked right in against the house with a car but the scumbags still got it. Can you please share this around your personal pages and bike groups etc to spread the word!? Horrible thing to happen to anyone! Let's try track it down if we can please?

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Old 6th December 2018, 10:22 AM
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Originally Posted by Conor200 View Post
another one stolen in wicklow, also shared to book face

STOLEN! NEWTOWN MOUNT KENNEDY CO WICKLOW LAST NIGHT!!! Lads a mate of my Andy Allen woke up this morning to find his pride and joy, MT09 181 ww 1182, had been lifted from his drive way in the early hours of this morning or late last night! He had it locked and blocked right in against the house with a car but the scumbags still got it. Can you please share this around your personal pages and bike groups etc to spread the word!? Horrible thing to happen to anyone! Let's try track it down if we can please?

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saw it up on book face, how did they get it by cage, did they break into that to, use my cage in similar way
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Old 9th December 2018, 01:56 PM
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Make & Model: DRZ 400s
Colour: Blue
Reg: 04-tn-3417
Location Stolen From: Ballintemple, Cork
Approx. Time Bike was Stolen: Between 23:00 and 08:00 on the night of saturday/sunday.

DRZ 400s taken last night from a garage in Ballintemple in Cork.

Unfortunately I don't have a photo but it's pretty stock and looks almost exactly like this (well, maybe dirtier).
The only difference is that the headlight cowl all all white and there's a rack over the rear fender.

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It also has pro taper bars like these which might stand out a little if you're up close.

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Old 9th December 2018, 05:10 PM
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Originally Posted by Hogspace View Post
FWIW I put a Xena XN15 on the front disc, they take ~10 minutes with an angle grinder, with a 16mm Oxford disc lock on the spokes of the back wheel which blocks it turning past the brake caliper and it would be right awkward to get 1m croppers in about it.
That and the GPS tracker.
I wouldn't even list those things online. Everyone has the Internet these days
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