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  • Replacement dash/odo/speedo

    Hey guys,

    I binned my bike and damaged the meter on my bike, what's the regulations for replacing odometers for bikes?
    I can't seem to find much information online either.
    If it makes any sense as to where i am going with this, i could buy a brand new meter and place it on the bike which, would then read 0Kms??

    Cheers
    huh?


  • #2
    There is no regulation on k's on odometers. Just replace it. What bike is it for?
    Atlas Performance, dyna pumps, " your name goes here"

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    • #3
      Yep no regulations that I know of, this shit happens all the time with older bikes. If you want to be thorough you can photograph the odometer with a date stamp when you remove it, print it off and keep it with the rest of the vehicle papers (you do have a nice neat folder for all your documents don't you? ). Then when it comes to selling you just add up the current k's recorded, and the odometer at the time you removed it. Will give prospective buyers more confidence about the condition of the bike and will help the sale.
      Ryan

      Originally posted by Aufitt
      Try Para045, he definitely sounds all gooey in the fork for ya

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      • #4
        Yeah i do have a folder!

        its my wr250x
        huh?

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