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Saw the above stove at Crick last year and now wish to buy one. I cannot find a double insulated flue to fit...can anyone help or does anyone know the name of the exhibitor from Crick? Tx.

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3 hours ago, mrsmelly said:

I had a Tiger cub in the early 70s, a cracking Bike. Just sayin like.

 

My mate had one. It wasn't anywhere near as quick as my Yamaha RD200.

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Are we talking Cubs or Sports Cubs? I used ride both. A mate of mine had several. My parants wouldn't let me have a bike so used ride them without them knowing.  

Really must get a m/c licence one day.😎 Different world back then.

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37 minutes ago, Machpoint005 said:

 

My mate had one. It wasn't anywhere near as quick as my Yamaha RD200.

It wasnt quick but sounded fab. I bought a suzy GT250 as my next bike as the RD was quick but a tiny bike and I used to travel often on weekends from Plymouth to Yorkshire on it so needed a bigger seat for comfort. The cub was tiny also but just a lovely old design and you didnt need the gearbox like the two stroke Japs as they had more grunt. Those were the days innitt :cheers:

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2 minutes ago, mrsmelly said:

It wasnt quick but sounded fab. I bought a suzy GT250 as my next bike ...

I had a GT250 too - with the ‘Ram Air’ head - which I used for despatch riding in London one summer. I liked .Suzi’s, my last bike was a GS1000 with a King & Queen seat. Now that was a comfortable bike to ride. A bit heavy to heave around country lanes but effortless legs. 

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5 hours ago, mrsmelly said:

I had a Tiger cub in the early 70s, a cracking Bike. Just sayin like.

Nah, my upgraded C15 was better than my mates tiger cub......but that was a few years before.

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Could I just say that the new member seems to have seen a new stove at Crick last year and doesn't need motorbike history ......yet

 

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11 minutes ago, matty40s said:

Could I just say that the new member seems to have seen a new stove at Crick last year and doesn't need motorbike history ......yet

 

Bugger I still have a Tiger cub in Scotland it's a box of bits but all there twice over! One day I will stick it back together, anyway why would you call a stove after a bike?

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9 hours ago, matty40s said:

Could I just say that the new member seems to have seen a new stove at Crick last year and doesn't need motorbike history ......yet

 

:P

11 hours ago, WotEver said:

I had a GT250 too - with the ‘Ram Air’ head - which I used for despatch riding in London one summer. I liked .Suzi’s, my last bike was a GS1000 with a King & Queen seat. Now that was a comfortable bike to ride. A bit heavy to heave around country lanes but effortless legs. 

My last bike was an ST1100 Pan. Superb bit of kit that handled well despite its enormous weight. My brain aint quick enough for bikes these days nor my knees strong enough lol. :(

10 hours ago, Dr Bob said:

Nah, my upgraded C15 was better than my mates tiger cub......but that was a few years before.

I had a c15 for a while also :P

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Moses had a stove in the desert before he parted the Red Sea.

It says in the Bible..."The roar of Moses Triumph could be heard around the land".

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2 minutes ago, Dr Bob said:

Moses had a stove in the desert before he parted the Red Sea.

It says in the Bible..."The roar of Moses Triumph could be heard around the land".

Must have been on a Bonneville then, they would roar.

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17 minutes ago, Mike Hurley said:

Must have been on a Bonneville then, they would roar.

Nope it was a Stag and he did the roaring because it boiled faster than his kettle

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4 minutes ago, roland elsdon said:

Nope it was a Stag and he did the roaring because it boiled faster than his kettle

I had a kettle, Suzuki GT 750, never boiled once.

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26 minutes ago, Mike Hurley said:

Must have been on a Bonneville then, they would roar.

Nope. The OP defo said he was looking for a tiger cub.

I'd sooner go for a squirrel.

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17 hours ago, umpire111 said:

Saw the above stove at Crick last year and now wish to buy one. I cannot find a double insulated flue to fit...can anyone help or does anyone know the name of the exhibitor from Crick? Tx.

 [email protected]   Dealer of Tiger Cub stoves.

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22 minutes ago, Mike Hurley said:

 [email protected]   Dealer of Tiger Cub stoves.

Tx, was he exhibiting at Crick last year? I know I saw the double skin flue for that stove but cannot find it online

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1 hour ago, roland elsdon said:

Maybe the tiger cubs gone extinct.plenty of squirrels about.

 

I beat you to it!

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