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    is ATS is useful in bikes or not?
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    to some extent YES.

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    Very useful, but you must have the right systems for the vehicle.

    I know because I used to install security systems to buildings and vehicles

    there's a lot of systems that are not worth the price of the box they came in

    And a good systems incorrectly installed is useless

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    (Most motorcycle problems are caused by the nut that connects the handlebars to the saddle.)

    Nice Sazzok sb really nice, what do you suggest for the NUTS?
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    @adil-dar

    Ensure the nut has been stress tested and is not displaying any cracks

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    hahaha
    hehehehe
    Great reply and good wits, great mr sazook
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    @adil_dar

    LOL....... We aim to entertain

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