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XT600 E Free HEL Stainless Steel Brake Hoses

Yamaha XT600E Brake Hose Set – RRP £60

I have a brand new set of HEL Brake Hoses in Stainless Steel with a clear plastic coating which I don’t need anymore. Rather than put it up on Fleabay, I would like to GIVE it to someone who hasn’t much money at the moment. First come first serve. Please only request it if you are genuinely hard up and not currently in work (that would be a truly despicable thing to do). I will pay postage too…

All fittings included (Banjo Bolts etc...).

I despise Burglars who thieve off pensioners and the working classes so if you have a conviction for domestic burglary, please don't bother!

Just send me a private message. I will post here when it's gone.
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Still up for grabs lads.... Surely there is a hard up unemployed XT6 owner somewhere out there?

The fact so many people ave read this thread and not sent a PM goes to prove this superb forum is full of very decent, honourable, and honest people.... Proof indeed that XT owners are indeed "a cut above the rest".ha ha!
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I can't find the PM tool, I'll take them though.

That is, if shipping is a possibility to South Carolina.
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And if that set will fit a 1990 XT600E.
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I'm afraid it won't fit your model.

I am adament I would like to give it to someone who really hasn't got very much money and is currently out of work through no fault of their own...

All the best to our colonial cousins across the BIG pond.
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GONE!

To someone who has a serious (terminal) illness and is unable to work.
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Well done mate!!!

I'm glad someone who could do with a break got these. Hope you make good use of them!!!

Nice to see 'nice people' in this shitty world!!!

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This reminds me of the "Scratch pad" are lovely Shells set up at last years HUUk meeting..

Ill start a thread in the relavent section. !
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The fact so many people ave read this thread and not sent a PM goes to prove this superb forum is full of very decent, honourable, and honest people.... Proof indeed that XT owners are indeed "a cut above the rest".ha ha!
Or - that all of us are in employment.

Or - all of us have criminal records and are burglars (one of your exclusive criteria).
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Hey dont forget us TTR owners either. I just instaled a set of jumper leads in my airbox to help myself and others suffering power problems. My battery is tip top at the mo but I would be well chuffed if they help someone else.
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