yeah mate I was on her at the time and got a chipped right knee and tore the tendon off the muscle too, landed on my back and stuffed it up good and proper, took a week off work (needed a lot longer) Suncorp initially wrote it off but changed there minds and are now having it reapaired, happened on sunday the 1st of oct and got the renewals for rego and insurance in the main in the mon so it is still under 2 yrs old which means I would have got a new one!!!
That doesn't sound good, redline!
Tell us the story... and if it was you on it at the time, were you injured at all?
Looks like this http://www.wpsuspension.com/images/SteerdampNewBox.jpghttp:// or this larger oneBy chance, do you have a photo of this WP damper, Para?
Just curious what it looks like...:huh:
Ask BobtWhy would you need a sterring damper on a bird??? The faster it goes the more solid (solider?) it becomes
Actually pretty good as it was coming home from work in Wooroloo in the hills 60 km from Perth and there are lots of twisty, bumpy roads with bush on either side. So far I have nailed in various ways 8 parrots and 1 roo ( all bar that 1 parrot in my 79 F100 ) because they chew on the honky nuts that grow on the trees and lay on the roads :idunno: . I take it quite easy on the way to work, espescially during winter as the roos like to stand on the road as it is warmer :hmm: I guess.A Parrot!!! YES Your shitting me!?!? NO
What was left of the parrot? NOT TOO SURE AS i WAS DOING ABOUT $ 1.20 COMING OUT OF A BEND AT THE TIME AND WASN'T GOING TO TURN AROUND TO SEE What type of parrot. #28 ( GREEN & YELLOW )
What are the chances of something like that happening?