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Old 06-25-2012, 07:51 PM   #316
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Jeffs very cool flatrack thread

Thanks I like to do stupid things on a bike that many people told me was a turd...but still manage to beat a few people in the process. That is why even though I rarely do any trials I still comeback and check this thread I feel I have a connection with Brewtus's adventures
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Old 06-28-2012, 07:01 AM   #317
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Brewtus,

Unwad the panties, lol.

if there was NOT some posts in this (formerly your thread) it would be boring to come in and see what is up > look> nothing is up or said.

I post and moan about Twinshocker, and I get rough with him in my replies, which right now I promise to reform myself.

but Even so, jeeez, look at all the new stuff to read, when you get here after I or someone freaks out? Hahahaha.
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Old 06-28-2012, 09:03 AM   #318
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Your replies dont bother me in the slightest.............if anything I find them mildly amusing! Unfortunately a lot of people reading threads on here, are likely to take those from the people who shout loudest as being most accurate!
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Old 06-28-2012, 09:52 AM   #319
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Your replies dont bother me in the slightest.............if anything I find them mildly amusing! Unfortunately a lot of people reading threads on here, are likely to take those from the people who shout loudest as being most accurate!

Hehehee, yep.

Looky there, more stuff to read though...
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Old 06-28-2012, 03:15 PM   #320
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Hehehee, yep.

Looky there, more stuff to read though...

I wonder how long have you been riding trials, and whether or not you come from an engineering background of some sort?
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Old 06-28-2012, 06:01 PM   #321
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I would like to add something nice.

Brewtus,

Thanks for keeping this thread going the carb mod and the cam gear and now on my list of "must do's" thanks to your thread
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Old 06-28-2012, 06:07 PM   #322
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Well...in light of the opinion that I've done nothing right on OJ so far, I still had...Fun... on it today -



How'd that rock end up in the middle of a perfectly good trai?
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Old 06-28-2012, 08:13 PM   #323
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Brewtus, Unwad the panties, lol.

Is that why my pants are so tight? Here I thought I was merely gaining weight.



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I would like to add something nice.

Brewtus,

Thanks for keeping this thread going the carb mod and the cam gear and now on my list of "must do's" thanks to your thread
Why thank you, although the carb mod credit goes to Taxonomy. I had (some) of the parts lying around for years, but it was his post that made me actually do it. Good mod, lots of power discovered to compliment the cam gear mod.

BTW, my adventures usually revolve around (or have a basis in) a lot of cheap mexican beer. This is the Big Leagues of Buffoonery, son. You are welcome to join if you can keep up (and you appear to be doing well)!

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How'd that rock end up in the middle of a perfectly good trail?

More to the point, how did that trail get cut leading up to that cool rock??


Sting my bruddah, you may be right. I may have "lost" this thread.......
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Old 06-28-2012, 08:38 PM   #324
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I wonder how long have you been riding trials, and whether or not you come from an engineering background of some sort?
I have often found the ones that have an engineering background are the slowest to come around to `how` things actually work in real trials. And we have a large pool of `them` in our local club. Just ask Brewtus the thread `maker`.

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Old 06-28-2012, 08:48 PM   #325
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I have often found the ones that have an engineering background are the slowest to come around to `how` things actually work in real trials. And we have a large pool of `them` in our local club. Just ask Brutus the thread `maker`.

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Old 06-28-2012, 09:11 PM   #326
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Whoo yah, Forgot that SW Montesa had all my parts for the 200. Can you believe he thought I could use a new piston? It`s only 30 years old ,just broken in. Actually I was waiting to see how the rod really looked. But parts are parts and I`m sure glad to get them!
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Old 06-28-2012, 09:14 PM   #327
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Whoo yah, Forgot that SW Montesa had all my parts for the 200. Can you believe he thought I could use a new piston? It`s only 30 years old ,just broken in. Actually I was waiting to see how the rod really looked. But parts are parts and I`m sure glad to get them!
Bob, what are you going to ride this weekend? Brewtus is getting a bit cocky these days!
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Old 06-28-2012, 09:37 PM   #328
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He looks so good I`ll just bring the old Raga to try to keep up!!!! Beavertown early sunday? ( My wifes jet ski parts did not make it , too bad!)
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Old 06-28-2012, 10:26 PM   #329
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[QUOTE=lineaway;18977058 We could have gone to the Westminster Kennel Club with that modified cat. " We didn't. In the end, we ran over that cat with the forklift[[/QUOTE]

Now this thread is cooking. Will read again. Go Lineaway go.

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Your replies don't bother me in the slightest.............if anything I find them mildly amusing! Unfortunately a lot of people reading threads on here, are likely to take those from the people who shout loudest as being most accurate!
I didn't hear that, can you speak louder? I use panty hose, then I rip out part of the down in my North face down - Blue Kazoo sleeping bag. Then I use a mixture of Elmer's glue and belt sander oil, press this shit together and the best filter ever. I used it on a waste water treatment plant, muffler packing, my Halloween drag costume, and found it absorbs well on a diesel spill. Increased my performance 130% and i can't replace it ever, it's sort of a permanent deal.

Now back to your regularly scheduled program.

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Old 06-29-2012, 10:14 AM   #330
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Tshocker?

I should have been a doctor, least that is what several high school teachers said, as well as the nurses that work with me Will say, because of my illegible handwriting, & signature, does that count?
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