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Old 06-09-2010, 08:03 PM   #7456
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Heyhey! Another reflex in Ohio.

I can't tag the place, but I can tag the vehicle lol


(installing the 'sport' windscreen)
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Old 06-10-2010, 04:04 AM   #7457
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W8-4IT, I'm a technician out in the plant. My area includes cab-sleeper joining, final prep, and setting the cab or cab-sleeper on the chassis as it comes down the main linei. Three different assembly lines come together in my area- cab trim, sleeper trimm and main line. Makes for hectic days when one or more has a hiccup!
Spotch, just picked up the Reflex recently. I have a farther commute than I used to, and though I really liked my Zuma 50, it just wasn't big enough to jump on the four lane. The Reflex is surprisingly quick and comfortable.

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Old 06-10-2010, 05:03 AM   #7458
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Spotch, just picked up the Reflex recently. I have a farther commute than I used to, and though I really liked my Zuma 50, it just wasn't big enough to jump on the four lane. The Reflex is surprisingly quick and comfortable.
And Mark, I glad you do, cause I am lovin your old Zuma!!!
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Old 06-10-2010, 06:47 AM   #7459
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[QUOTE=bikeridermark]W8-4IT, I'm a technician out in the plant. My area includes cab-sleeper joining, final prep, and setting the cab or cab-sleeper on the chassis as it comes down the main linei. Three different assembly lines come together in my area- cab trim, sleeper trimm and main line. Makes for hectic days when one or more has a hiccup!
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I was curious because I am the General Foreman of Maintenenace at Kaiser Aluminum and we use the same crane company. Every time I need those guys they are down at your place. Like today
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Old 06-10-2010, 08:07 AM   #7460
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W8-4IT, I'm a technician out in the plant. My area includes cab-sleeper joining, final prep, and setting the cab or cab-sleeper on the chassis as it comes down the main linei. Three different assembly lines come together in my area- cab trim, sleeper trimm and main line. Makes for hectic days when one or more has a hiccup!
Spotch, just picked up the Reflex recently. I have a farther commute than I used to, and though I really liked my Zuma 50, it just wasn't big enough to jump on the four lane. The Reflex is surprisingly quick and comfortable.
Awesome, yeah I'm basically in the same boat, except I had a suzuki SV650 that was entirely il-suited for my mostly in-town commute... I wanted something that would be super nimble around town and could hit the highways too. :)

I saw a yellow reflex on high street by campus about 3 weeks ago on a Friday at 4:30~pm... that wasn't you was it?

Also, have you checked out the Easy Peasey scooter club? They're ohio-based and have get togethers and do rides and stuff. They're somewhat columbus-based but I see places all over Ohio in peoples' profiles. I'm pretty new to the forums, but I'll probably drop in on one of their rides or get togethers at some point just to see what it's all about.

http://epsp.us/
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Old 06-11-2010, 07:54 AM   #7461
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Tag !!

Kenworth plant on 159



I'll post up the next here in a few
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Old 06-11-2010, 12:36 PM   #7462
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OK sorry it took so long but here we go.






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Old 06-11-2010, 03:02 PM   #7463
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Tag. The church at the top of High Point Rd, just off Rt13



I rode into the edge of a thunderstorm to get these pictures.



Next up, beautiful downtown Chillicothe ...

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Old 06-13-2010, 01:47 PM   #7464
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OK, this one's close. TAG!



Carl's Townhouse, downtown Chillicothe. Good place to eat!

Next up, for you boys farther north,



located here....



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Old 06-15-2010, 03:23 PM   #7465
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Tagged just before it hit page 2......



Sarahsville.



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Old 06-15-2010, 05:51 PM   #7466
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What was the special today? Did you find out why they call it the Double Rae?
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Old 06-15-2010, 06:04 PM   #7467
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I collect bricks. BFD, right?

I've been adding to my collection for a number of years and currently have around 45 or so different bricks arranged around the walls in my basement. BFD again, right?

Not just any plain old bricks but bricks with writing on them. Names of cities, companies, block plants, etc. And in my never ending hunt for these types of bricks I found this.................




"CONVICT MADE..1928...OHIO STATE...BRICK PLANT"

Of all the bricks I have this one is probably my favorite. I just think that it's cool as hell.


BFD for the third time, right?






Here's your next tag.............




This is the last, remaining guard tower from the prison farm where the convicts made that brick back in 1928. Most of the prison has been demolished and there is now a junkyard in it's place.

Also the film, "Brubaker" was filmed here.




So there ya go. Go get the tag and if you're into brick collecting see if you can hunt one down for yourself.
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Old 06-15-2010, 06:06 PM   #7468
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What was the special today? Did you find out why they call it the Double Rae?

I didn't stop for supper. I had other goals in mind for the evening.

Why do they call it the "Double Rae"?
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Old 06-15-2010, 06:10 PM   #7469
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I collect bricks. BFD, right?
Cool hobby and tag....my sis collected bricks and did an entire patio under her gazebo in the varied collection which was really cool, she also had one from your tag..which I've also got as a file photo.
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Old 06-15-2010, 06:14 PM   #7470
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My wife thought about becoming a geologist of some sort and has a pretty impressive rock collection.

Kinda neat to have around............................. except for the couple times we moved.



You guys need to collect feathers instead. Or pictures of bricks.
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