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Thanks for the clarification :)


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i really like the overburys...Maybe it is just me...the back end seems quite long, does that help with making it more stable?


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losidan wrote:
i really like the overburys...Maybe it is just me...the back end seems quite long, does that help with making it more stable?


Not sure about the 'more stable' bit, certainly doesn't make it very 'zippy' on the road. Certainly helped keep me on the muddy stuff when it was on active duty. Spends most of its time on the Gloucester Road now :)


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