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Old 03-29-2012, 09:41 PM   #46876
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I tried one of those, but I didn't feel like I was getting anywhere.

I rode mine home, must be user error.



Very nice bike, easy to assemble and has the magnetic resistance so it's smooth not like friction resistance bikes. As a side note, anyone looking for a recumbant stationary ride for $50, let me know. And of course a video is born.
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Old 03-29-2012, 09:50 PM   #46877
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nice bike...needs an aftermarket seat, handlebar risers and some saddlebags
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Old 03-29-2012, 09:55 PM   #46878
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nice bike...needs an aftermarket seat, handlebar risers and some saddlebags
It's awsome 22mph is as smooth as silk, doesn't feel like your moving at all!
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Old 03-29-2012, 10:14 PM   #46879
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You might break a sweat dusting your damn coffee tables.

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Old 03-29-2012, 11:57 PM   #46880
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You might break a sweat dusting your damn coffee tables.

You can tell from the background he's a bachelor.

Is that a magazine called "Tragedy" on the 70's vintage coffee table? WTF???

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Old 03-30-2012, 12:00 AM   #46881
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Very nice bike, easy to assemble and has the magnetic resistance so it's smooth not like friction resistance bikes.
You should be able to generate electricity then...
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Old 03-30-2012, 01:06 AM   #46882
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You can tell from the background he's a bachelor.

Is that a magazine called "Tragedy" on the 70's vintage coffee table? WTF???

I spend my money on other things than furniture and cleaning products.
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Old 03-30-2012, 01:18 AM   #46883
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nice bike...needs an aftermarket seat, handlebar risers and some saddlebags
Crash bars....don't forget the crash bars!
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Old 03-30-2012, 04:58 AM   #46884
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The signs use adhesive to apply the 3m, welding would fubar all that
Heat gun...HF break press...drill holes...bolt together.
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Old 03-30-2012, 05:12 AM   #46885
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Heat gun...HF break press...drill holes...bolt together.
If this is going on the hill top area she better weld it or the scrappers will unbolt it and take it away for Al scrap. There are several weld shops around Columbus who might have mild steel scrap they wound donate. C&R in Groveport and Defabco are two I've dealt with. Talk to the owners if possible, they were good people.
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Old 03-30-2012, 05:59 AM   #46886
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OK, I am lost here. Not a big deal but I am curious.

Saw a plain old typical Honda SUV around Polaris this AM.

Licesnse plate was GLFR367

Certainly personalized.

IIRC isn't that $100 per year + the regular license fees?

I guess I can understand if you are into some fringe thing or drive or participate in something obscure.

His money, but it seems a little strange to me....isn't golf like the most popular thing in the world for the middle class whaite guy?

if you were really into it wouldn't try something more creative like. SWNG BIG, or BALL DRVR?

I am going to check to see if the DMV has OXGN BRTHR available...
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Old 03-30-2012, 06:02 AM   #46887
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Anyone interested in a 98 ( I think) Superhawk? A good friend of mine is wanting to get a dual sport and wants to sell it. It has 15,000ish miles, is completely stock, but has a salvage title ( we rebuilt it in 2004, have all the pictures and most of the parts that got replaced) Here is a horrible picture I have of it next to my very beatdown, also salvaged F4i.



Paint is the Sonic Blue ford used on Mustangs, and the bike is super clean. He's looking to get 3k or will trade for a dual sport.
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Old 03-30-2012, 06:05 AM   #46888
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OK, I am lost here. Not a big deal but I am curious.

Saw a plain old typical Honda SUV around Polaris this AM.

Licesnse plate was GLFR367

Certainly personalized.

IIRC isn't that $100 per year + the regular license fees?

I guess I can understand if you are into some fringe thing or drive or participate in something obscure.

His money, but it seems a little strange to me....isn't golf like the most popular thing in the world for the middle class whaite guy?

if you were really into it wouldn't try something more creative like. SWNG BIG, or BALL DRVR?

I am going to check to see if the DMV has OXGN BRTHR available...

People get the dumbest stuff on those. The last set I had said FLASH ME (on a mustang convertible, yes, it was douchy and got revoked), I think they cost like $70 a year on top of the regular fees.
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Old 03-30-2012, 06:29 AM   #46889
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OK, I am lost here. Not a big deal but I am curious.

Saw a plain old typical Honda SUV around Polaris this AM.

Licesnse plate was GLFR367

Certainly personalized.

IIRC isn't that $100 per year + the regular license fees?

I guess I can understand if you are into some fringe thing or drive or participate in something obscure.

His money, but it seems a little strange to me....isn't golf like the most popular thing in the world for the middle class whaite guy?

if you were really into it wouldn't try something more creative like. SWNG BIG, or BALL DRVR?

I am going to check to see if the DMV has OXGN BRTHR available...

I get a kick out 'vanity' (you got it) tags.
If I don't get it in 15 seconds, they've wasted their money as far as I'm concerned.
The one I liked recently was a big, white Escalade, chrome spinner wheels, bling-ding, driver wearing a Mr. T starter kit,
his tag read (and I believed it) STEELNIT.
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Old 03-30-2012, 06:53 AM   #46890
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If we are discussing goofy crap on cars how about the little stickers every SUV owner is putting in there rear windshield showing the cartoon figure representing themselves? Is this so rescue teams know who to look for in the vehicle? Is it the modern "Baby on Board" sign? Are you competing with the Simpsons?

Most telling personalize license plate I've seen is the hot girl in the hot car with "Waz-Hiz" plates. They should just use "GLD-DIGR"
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