In article <008701c0b6c4$c6e1b5a0$bc97a4d8@vafred>, Fred Thomas
>Craig, you can think 10 years all you want, one day when you need your
>brakes and they go right to the floor because of a groove in the M/C and
>someone maybe even you are killed or injured then how much have you saved, I
>cannot understand thinking like this on somthing as lifesaving as brakes,
>there are no shortcuts in the braking system. "FT"
Here's a powerful quotation on the subject from Spider Robinson's
"Callahan's Crazy Crosstime Bar":
"I used to have a wife and daughter before I decided to install my own
brakes. I saved thirty dollars, easy..."
Michael Hargreave Mawson, author of "Eyewitness in the Crimea,"
to be published by Greenhill Books on 28th March, 2001: