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Old 03-17-2013, 09:49 AM   #16576
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Get a Intl Drivers License prior to arriving, here is usually handled by AAA.

Your License, proof of insurance and in some states registration are all that are gonig to be asked of you by state/local law enforcement.

In most cases just being a friendly foreigner will be enough to get you out of most minor infractions. make sure you are reading MPH vis KPH .

At a guess, if johhny law puts you on the curb, its probably going to be to talk about your trip/bike.
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Old 03-17-2013, 10:05 AM   #16577
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[QUOTE=Coastalcop;20967787]Get a Intl Drivers License prior to arriving, here is usually handled by AAA.

I will thank you.
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Old 03-17-2013, 11:09 AM   #16578
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Get a Intl Drivers License prior to arriving, here is usually handled by AAA.

Your License, proof of insurance and in some states registration are all that are gonig to be asked of you by state/local law enforcement.

In most cases just being a friendly foreigner will be enough to get you out of most minor infractions. make sure you are reading MPH vis KPH .

At a guess, if johhny law puts you on the curb, its probably going to be to talk about your trip/bike.
Skip to the one minute mark.

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Old 03-17-2013, 12:08 PM   #16579
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[QUOTE=pluric;20968323] Skip to the one minute mark.



Now I have to see that movie... . Did he get a ticket?
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Old 03-17-2013, 12:18 PM   #16580
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What are you guys carrying for pumps? I want to carry a hand pump over a electric pump but I am having a hard time finding a pump where the lift lever to lock onto the valve stem fits under the wheel and hub area. Thoughts?
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Old 03-17-2013, 01:30 PM   #16581
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What are you guys carrying for pumps? I want to carry a hand pump over a electric pump but I am having a hard time finding a pump where the lift lever to lock onto the valve stem fits under the wheel and hub
I've had good luck with these....

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Old 03-17-2013, 01:35 PM   #16582
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Skip to the one minute mark.



Now I have to see that movie... . Did he get a ticket?
Great movie. I watched it again last night. You have to watch it to find out.
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Old 03-17-2013, 01:41 PM   #16583
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What are you guys carrying for pumps? I want to carry a hand pump over a electric pump but I am having a hard time finding a pump where the lift lever to lock onto the valve stem fits under the wheel and hub area. Thoughts?
Pump up a rear tire once with a mini pump. Then decide if the electric is still not an option.
These are not bicycle tires.

Last weekend with Rhino sidewall gash. I would still be there with a mini pump.
Then again, I'm not in as good of shape as some of you pumpers.

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Old 03-17-2013, 01:51 PM   #16584
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It just seems like a pump like a topeak morph g is less likely to fail when compared to a slime pump or something similar.
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Old 03-17-2013, 01:59 PM   #16585
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It just seems like a pump like a topeak morph g is less likely to fail when compared to a slime pump or something similar.
Maybe, it seems like the last few rides I've been on there has been a flat involved
with someone. I've never had the Slime pump not work. Couple of the patch jobs
took several attempts. I'd rather let the battery do the dirty work than be bent over
jacking off a mini pump. I do carry the manual pumps on my trail bikes because
of room reasons.
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Old 03-17-2013, 02:14 PM   #16586
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Great movie. I watched it again last night. You have to watch it to find out.
That's fair enough !
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Old 03-17-2013, 02:24 PM   #16587
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I've had good luck with these....

1st time I plugged my Motopump into my black Tenere it instantly blew a fuse (might have blown a blue Tener all to hell). Have to run it off the battery(pump worked fine off the plug on my old GS12). A diesel pickup had a flat & no spare way back in the Nevada desert last year. We found it while on our bikes. We plugged it & the pump filled it up but it took awhile. Had I had that hand pump, we'd still be there.
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Old 03-17-2013, 02:44 PM   #16588
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1st time I plugged my Motopump into my black Tenere it instantly blew a fuse (might have blown a blue Tener all to hell). Have to run it off the battery(pump worked fine off the plug on my old GS12). A diesel pickup had a flat & no spare way back in the Nevada desert last year. We found it while on our bikes. We plugged it & the pump filled it up but it took awhile. Had I had that hand pump, we'd still be there.
Ya, the black ones can't wait to blow somethng. I think they come with a 3 amp fuse
for the power outlet. Designed for GPS or phone stuff, not an inflator. Up the fuse to
10 amp and you should be fine. I put a BMW style in for the inflator with heavy gauge
wire and straight off the battery. Just waiting for the recall now.
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Old 03-17-2013, 02:45 PM   #16589
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1st time I plugged my Motopump into my black Tenere it instantly blew a fuse (might have blown a blue Tener all to hell). Have to run it off the battery(pump worked fine off the plug on my old GS12). A diesel pickup had a flat & no spare way back in the Nevada desert last year. We found it while on our bikes. We plugged it & the pump filled it up but it took awhile. Had I had that hand pump, we'd still be there.
The same hapen to me ( BLUE Tenere ) a 3 Amp fuse...
I had to use 2 of the 16 grams cartridges to fill my front k60 with enough pressure to get to a fuel station ( or find a GS ), the k60 works well on low pressure
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Old 03-17-2013, 03:08 PM   #16590
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Stock Heated Grip Controller Mount

Anybody got a stock heated grip controller mount laying around they don't need, looking for someone that switched to the WASP bracket ... or maybe someone that has WASP bracket that did not like it ...

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