Looks like there's a styrofoam brace across the top of the tail section in one of the pics, so I'm guessing that there were a few of those before the uncrating began. I can't see them relying on the front wheel supports for shipping all the way from Japan. What makes me nervous about shipping these bikes isn't the trip across the Pacific, but the trip from the docks to the warehouse behind some lunatic container driver, and even worse is the trip on the back of a 5-ton flatdeck to the dealer. I've seen these psychos drive and I doubt whether they slow down for corners or speed bumps. I wish they'd let us pick up our own bikes from the distributor and stick around for the PDI.xenz said:How did they get the bike up straight ? It's not using kick stand, not leaning on the side nothing supporting the bike except the wheel holder and something underneath the bottom of the bike where the oil drain is, or am I missing something ?
Woah, how can I missed that !? Need to have my eye check...Hu99 said:Looks like there's a styrofoam brace across the top of the tail section in one of the pics, so I'm guessing that there were a few of those before the uncrating began.
I'm only guessing, but I'll bet that one was the last one left when unpacking. Probaby trussed up tighter than a Japanese schoolgirl when it left Nippon.:eekxenz said:but still, it amazed me how it can be hold still with that one big styrofoam.
Maybe I can use it to store the bike for winter. When Spring time, uncrate it and got a new bike feeling all over againCrazy Guy said:if you ask them they'll give you one adn scratch their head as you leave. :confused
Crazy Guy said:Ok guys Crazy to the rescue AGAIN :batman I work across from HoleshoT and I've seen more crated bikes and such that it's really gets to be like strippers, boreing. Anyway they rip the crate off the bike, brake the crate down and turf it in the garbage. End of line. :eek
I'm sure if you ask them they'll give you one adn scratch their head as you leave. :confused