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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-22-2007, 07:32 PM Thread Starter
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Just saying hello!!

Hi folks. Just got myself a 750 f4 about a couple of weeks ago, and though that i would join the forum and will add myself to the registry. The bike is a 2000 model with 4000 miles on the clock, and its even fitted with the original tyres it was sold with. (Which are nearly square).
I have a small problem with the right hand front turn signal. It just stopped working. I tested the bulb, and that was fine!! Anyone else came accross this happening?
Also, what tyres should i get fitted. I don't even like taking the bike up the street with the tyres that are on just now.
Great site by the way, and great bike. Of course, you already know that!!!
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Thanks for that. I'll go and have a read through some of the FAQ.
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post #6 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-23-2007, 09:12 AM
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hi, welcome to the forum, congrats on the bike, as for your blinker problem, if its only one side with the problem, try changing the bulbs, both of them, they could have a weird resistance issue, or maybe its a rlay issue, try geting a variable load blinker relay from local auto parts store, search the forum, you will find all answers. good luck
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