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Old 07-11-2011, 02:19 PM   #38206
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Nice easy riding like this?

That looks to be about perfect.
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Old 07-11-2011, 07:10 PM   #38207
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Any of you posers coming out for the ZTR dual sport trail ride Sunday? (Zanesville) 90 miles this year.
Caveman Challenge section for your viewing enjoyment.
Oh, and free lunch.
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Old 07-11-2011, 07:12 PM   #38208
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Any of you posers coming out for the ZTR dual sport trail ride Sunday? (Zanesville) 90 miles this year.
Caveman Challenge section for your viewing enjoyment.
Oh, and free lunch.
I'm planning on it. I'm just there for the free lunch.

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Old 07-11-2011, 07:15 PM   #38209
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Any of you posers coming out for the ZTR dual sport trail ride Sunday? (Zanesville) 90 miles this year.
Caveman Challenge section for your viewing enjoyment.
Oh, and free lunch.
I'll be helping with photos in the caveman section.

On another topic. I need to put some new break pads on the 950 and all the pads I'm seeing listed are supposedly for street application. Sinerated, carbon, what is best for wet muddy off road application?
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Old 07-11-2011, 07:24 PM   #38210
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I'll be helping with photos in the caveman section.

On another topic. I need to put some new break pads on the 950 and all the pads I'm seeing listed are supposedly for street application. Sinerated, carbon, what is best for wet muddy off road application?
Sintered.

I saw you Sunday on I-70 with the 950 in the back. I was heading back from finishing the preride.
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Old 07-11-2011, 08:07 PM   #38211
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Sintered.

I saw you Sunday on I-70 with the 950 in the back. I was heading back from finishing the preride.
Thanks, now X or H, semimetalic?

Was that you with the wheelsport bike jacked up on the rear of the SUV? Yeah, I was glad I trailered down since the new sprocket allowed me to spin the rear tire and destroy another tube. I didn't have a spare but Smiling john was able to fit a 17 in there that lasted long enough to get the beast off the trail and onto the road. From there I borrowed his klr to ride back to the truck, load his bike, head back unload the klr and load the ktm with a flat rear. So I was packing home in shame of being an unprepared rider. Up to that point the bike was awsome and ate up trail at speeds I have never accomplished before.

Evidence of how fast I was going

Rimlock to be installed soon with new tube.
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Old 07-11-2011, 10:25 PM   #38212
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OK, not entirely Bike related, but does anyone know where a person can get a high lift transmission jack (floor model). Need to be able to life 75" or so. I am looking for a middle quality/price tool. Don't need to do heavy machinery cases or anything like that. Just plain old Hondas. If anybody has a lead on something, please PM me if you'd like.

Thanks in advance for the assistance.
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Old 07-12-2011, 04:26 AM   #38213
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Thanks, now X or H, semimetalic?

Was that you with the wheelsport bike jacked up on the rear of the SUV? Yeah, I was glad I trailered down since the new sprocket allowed me to spin the rear tire and destroy another tube. I didn't have a spare but Smiling john was able to fit a 17 in there that lasted long enough to get the beast off the trail and onto the road. From there I borrowed his klr to ride back to the truck, load his bike, head back unload the klr and load the ktm with a flat rear. So I was packing home in shame of being an unprepared rider. Up to that point the bike was awsome and ate up trail at speeds I have never accomplished before.

Evidence of how fast I was going
The same thing happened on my 690. I found an epoxy for plastic made by loktite. It worked great for the repair.
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Old 07-12-2011, 04:36 AM   #38214
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Old 07-12-2011, 05:51 AM   #38215
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Old 07-12-2011, 06:43 AM   #38216
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Evidence of how much faster the rim was going than the rest of the bike.
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Old 07-12-2011, 08:17 AM   #38217
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You would think a 100hp $15k dirt bike would come with rim locks.
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Old 07-12-2011, 09:16 AM   #38218
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I'll be helping with photos in the caveman section.

On another topic. I need to put some new break pads on the 950 and all the pads I'm seeing listed are supposedly for street application. Sinerated, carbon, what is best for wet muddy off road application?
FA181HH
Sintered Double-H Rated PadsREAR
Made in the USA, the EBC high performance Double-H sintered alloy pad delivers ultra high friction and increased lifetime. Brake effect is strong from cold, making these pads suitable for all sizes of bike. This product won the Motorcycle News Product of the Year award plus numerous other performance and durability awards in Europe.

wally might have them
the last way longer than the ktm ones
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Old 07-12-2011, 11:23 AM   #38219
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FA181HH
Sintered Double-H Rated PadsREAR
Made in the USA, the EBC high performance Double-H sintered alloy pad delivers ultra high friction and increased lifetime. Brake effect is strong from cold, making these pads suitable for all sizes of bike. This product won the Motorcycle News Product of the Year award plus numerous other performance and durability awards in Europe.

wally might have them
the last way longer than the ktm ones
Where were you last night when I was ordering semi metallic pads from KTM twins?
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Old 07-12-2011, 06:49 PM   #38220
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OK, not entirely Bike related, but does anyone know where a person can get a high lift transmission jack (floor model). Need to be able to life 75" or so. I am looking for a middle quality/price tool. Don't need to do heavy machinery cases or anything like that. Just plain old Hondas. If anybody has a lead on something, please PM me if you'd like.

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