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k441xnb
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gl1500 radio

Postby k441xnb » Sun Oct 21, 2012 11:57 am



is there anyone in the uk that can fit an auxilary conection to my radio.
im prepared to pay for the service and remove /refit the radio or does anyone know of a company that could do it.



charliektm400exc
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Re: gl1500 radio

Postby charliektm400exc » Sun Oct 21, 2012 3:23 pm

I bought the input setup from cellset.com and then got my local TV repair man to fit it if that's any help.

Charlie

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Re: gl1500 radio

Postby WingAdmin » Mon Oct 22, 2012 9:55 am

I don't know about the UK. I know Sierra does it here in the US for $100 - and I would be surprised if they didn't offer the service internationally. However, the radio is heavy, and it would be quite expensive to ship it back and forth across the Atlantic.

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Re: gl1500 radio

Postby vtxcandyred » Mon Oct 22, 2012 4:36 pm

charliektm400exc wrote:I bought the input setup from cellset.com and then got my local TV repair man to fit it if that's any help.

Charlie

I can't believe YOU are from Tasmania and your handle is not "DEVIL". Or something along those lines. I don't know if that means anything to you but it sure would me!!!!!! I've always wanted to vacation to Tasmania, Australia and that part of the world. I was in the Navy but was in the Atlantic, so we did Mediterranean cruises.

charliektm400exc
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Re: gl1500 radio

Postby charliektm400exc » Tue Oct 23, 2012 5:12 pm

Devil means plenty to me. It's just a few years back I had to come up with a fairly complicated user name for another board and I had a KTM 400 EXC at the time, so used that. Now when I get asked for usernames it's just the easiest to use as I can remember it.

Great place to live and ride bikes.

I just see that Hobart (the capital) made it into the top 10 cities in the world to go see this year from Lonely Planet, so clearly lots of others think it's a good place as well.

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Re: gl1500 radio

Postby vtxcandyred » Tue Oct 23, 2012 5:47 pm

charliektm400exc wrote:Devil means plenty to me. It's just a few years back I had to come up with a fairly complicated user name for another board and I had a KTM 400 EXC at the time, so used that. Now when I get asked for usernames it's just the easiest to use as I can remember it.

Great place to live and ride bikes.

I just see that Hobart (the capital) made it into the top 10 cities in the world to go see this year from Lonely Planet, so clearly lots of others think it's a good place as well.

I kind of figured that was your name and a ride of yours. That’s what my handle was predicated on. I gave the bike to my son and figured it was too complicated for an old man like me to change. I hate change. I have watched Animal Planet a lot and Steve Irwin had traveled there a lot and I loved watching him there. I always thought I'd like to try out Kimono too.




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