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    yolk removal

    does anyone know which way the thread goes on the top yolk, on a 99 rsv mille, trying to get it off in vein. Just wondered if its clockwise or anticlock wise to remove.

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    Get a knife and a fork and carefully trim around the fried egg yolk making sure you dont burst it, once complete, gently slide fork under the yolk using your knive to prevent slippage being careful once again not to break the yolk. Et Voila yolk removed.

    Oh Sh*t hang on you meant YOKE removal - shit man sorry my bad


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    Quote Originally Posted by supertedlover View Post
    Get a knife and a fork and carefully trim around the fried egg yolk making sure you dont burst it, once complete, gently slide fork under the yolk using your knive to prevent slippage being careful once again not to break the yolk. Et Voila yolk removed.

    Oh Sh*t hang on you meant YOKE removal - shit man sorry my bad


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    You've been over doing that cosmic dust from Spotty Man again haven't you Mr Ted bad teddy!

    The central yoke retainer comes off anticlockwise RSVJames. If you are lucky enough to have the original Aprilia tool kit under the seat, you will find a short extension looking bar that actually fits directly in the hole, which you can they place a socket on top of to crack it free. Have fun

    By the way, I take it your friend is ok after sliding the bike down the road for you?

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    STL, the correct way to remove the yolk would surely be to crack the egg then carefully tip the yolk from half shell to half shell whilst the white drips out into the bowl you are working over.

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    Pieman i think you`ve cracked it

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    Hmmmmmmmmmmm, someone seems a bit too familiar with egg seperation

    Quote Originally Posted by pieman View Post
    STL, the correct way to remove the yolk would surely be to crack the egg then carefully tip the yolk from half shell to half shell whilst the white drips out into the bowl you are working over.

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    those jokes will only Eggsperate!

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    lol sorry my spelling is shite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caterpillar View Post
    You've been over doing that cosmic dust from Spotty Man again haven't you Mr Ted bad teddy!

    The central yoke retainer comes off anticlockwise RSVJames. If you are lucky enough to have the original Aprilia tool kit under the seat, you will find a short extension looking bar that actually fits directly in the hole, which you can they place a socket on top of to crack it free. Have fun

    By the way, I take it your friend is ok after sliding the bike down the road for you?
    yea hes fine hurt his knee and hip but apart from that he's fine

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    James , Cat has the answer dude

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    eggsactly mr kiwi. I've learnt that if you want something done properly you have to learn how to do it yourself, although i also believe that you don't have a dog and bark yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pieman View Post
    eggsactly mr kiwi. I've learnt that if you want something done properly you have to learn how to do it yourself, although i also believe that you don't have a dog and bark yourself.

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