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Old 05-28-2011, 07:56 AM   #5257
trailrider383
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Yep, I am still planning on it.
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I got all my parts except for one seal. It should be here Thursday so I'm still looking good. This was my first time ordering OEM parts from Bike Bandit instead of the local dealer. I won't make that mistake again.
Oh goody a "Special Weather Statement":

UNSEASONABLY COLD AND WET STORM FOR THE HOLIDAY WEEKEND...

ANOTHER LATE SPRING STORM IS DEVELOPING OVER THE AREA. THIS STORM
IS EXPECTED TO LAST THROUGH MONDAY MORNING WITH MAIN IMPACTS
BEING UNSEASONABLY COLD...WET AND SOMETIMES SNOWY CONDITIONS.

DAYTIME TEMPERATURES FOR SATURDAY AND SUNDAY WILL BE IN THE 40S IN
THE MOUNTAINS AND 50S IN THE VALLEYS AND HIGHLANDS. OVERNIGHT
LOWS WILL DROP TO THE 20S AND 30S IN THE MOUNTAINS AND MID 30S TO
MID 40S IN THE VALLEYS AND HIGHLANDS. HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL
AVERAGE 15 TO 20 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL FOR THESE DATES.

MODERATE TO HEAVY RAIN AND SNOW IS FORECAST WITH THIS STORM. THE
HEAVIEST PRECIPITATION WILL BEGIN OVER SOUTHERN AREAS OF THE
REGION THEN WORK NORTH INTO THE CENTRAL MOUNTAINS TONIGHT AND
SUNDAY. WRAP AROUND MOISTURE FROM THE LARGE LOW CENTER WILL
COMBINE WITH FALLING SNOW LEVELS TO PRODUCE WET SNOW ACCUMULATIONS
OVER THE HIGHLANDS OF OREGON AND IDAHO TONIGHT AND SUNDAY. 2 TO 4
INCHES IS POSSIBLE IN THESE AREAS WITH SIGNIFICANT SNOWFALL IN THE
MOUNTAINS. RAINFALL TOTALS COULD ALSO BE HEAVY WITH UP TO ONE INCH
OF RAIN IN PARTS OF SOUTHERN IDAHO AND SOUTHEAST OREGON. AROUND A
HALF INCH OF RAIN IS EXPECTED IN THE POPULATED SNAKE RIVER VALLEY
BY THE TIME THE STORM ENDS.

IN ADDITION TO THE WET CONDITIONS...BLUSTERY WEST TO NORTHWEST
WINDS WILL DEVELOP ON SUNDAY AS THE STORM SLOWLY DEPARTS. SPEEDS
OF 15 TO 30 MPH WITH GUSTS UP TO 40 MPH ARE LIKELY FROM BOISE AND
MOUNTAIN HOME WESTWARD THROUGH OREGON.

SLIGHTLY WARMER AND DRIER CONDITIONS WILL DEVELOP ON MEMORIAL DAY
ESPECIALLY BY AFTERNOON. A MORE SIGNIFICANT WARM UP IS FORECAST
FOR MID WEEK WITH TEMPERATURES RETURNING TO NORMAL OR EVEN
SLIGHTLY ABOVE NORMAL.
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