Garage payload

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  1. ips

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    Bit late cos have allready bought the scooter but anyone know what the garage payload is on My Chausson Flash 04 cant find any spec anywere. Not a lot of overhang from back axle and me and Mrs ips have sat in it and jumped about a bit replicating the weight of the scoot (95kg) on a bumpy road. (prob looked very silly but hey ho) :BigGrin: suspension seems hard as anything so cant see a problem.

    Ian
     
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    Any one saw you both bet they thought you were going into people smuggling.

    You aren't are you?:Eek!:


    Dave:thumb::thumb:
     
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    Not at the moment ........... BUT... in the current fnancial crisis.........:Wink:
     
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    you need to check you max permissable weight and current weight then axle weights, so take yourself to a public weighbridge. Try it with and without the bike for a definative answer. That saves you doing a lot of sums working out overhang etc.
    Watch out for you licence as well if you go over 3.5 tons
     
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    garage weight

    hi
    my rollerteam 600g states in the information 100kg but i think this is a conservative figure.
    i had a honda 100cc lead in the back, and that was just over 100kg.
     
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