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Old 26-07-2007   #46
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Can you take some pics over there road conditions etc
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When you removed the cam cover Superspotter, did you replace the gasket ?
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No!!
It's rubber and mine was in a very good condition, I've had it off twice with no problem
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Can you take some pics over there road conditions etc
I couldn't be bothered... The roads are OK though, although the speed limits seem to be really low. We drove from Kolosvar (Cluj-Napoca) to Marosvasarhely (Tirgu Mures) - and this being Transylvania / Carpathians - the roads were quite twisty with almost all turns having a speed limit of 40 km/h - and the straight bits 60-80 km/h . I'm sure it would have been nice to drive there with the B, but it being Romania I'm not sure people wouldn't nick it and attach a caravan to it
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'I'm not sure people wouldn't nick it and attach a caravan to it'
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