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Old 02-07-2013, 09:51 PM   #3856
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Weird place for a boat show, but I guess that was all underwater about a million years ago.
Hey, hey, hey. GrahamD is the resident smartass around here.
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Old 02-07-2013, 10:25 PM   #3857
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hey, hey, hey. Grahamd is the resident smartass around here.


Coming from you Pluric I'll take that as a huge compliment.
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Old 02-07-2013, 10:48 PM   #3858
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I have been out of riding for a while due to finances or lack there of. But............I am now looking at getting one of these new Yamahas. My last bike was a 2010 BMW 1200 GS Adventure but I REALLY like this new Yamaha. This may not be the thread so please feel free to redirect me but I was wanting to know how you guys like the new bike. How does it handle and compare to the competition. Any issues to be aware of and etc.............

Thank you...................these things are BEAUTIFUL!!!!!
My previous bike was also a GSA.
I'm very happy with the Yamaha. If you like to do off road the ST is much better than the GSA, well balanced, better suspension.... and very relliable.

GO FOR IT!!
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Old 02-08-2013, 12:50 AM   #3859
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My S-10 with our New Rocky Mountain Saddle Bags, with Small Rolie and Fuel Bottle. Expedition Duffel, Renegade Duffel, and Large Expedition Tank Bag.
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Old 02-08-2013, 06:31 AM   #3860
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Coming from you Pluric I'll take that as a huge compliment.
I think we all know each other well enough around here....

Jaumev is in charge of stickers and any English corrections needed.

Dallara is more the "Tell me a story grandpa".

DaFoole is like the gay uncle good for comic relief.

Warriorprincess always on the quest for drama when there isn't any to be found.

Williams42 the smartass protege.

Twinrider, tougher call. Waiting to pounce at the smell of blood.

Me? I just hang around ready to hijack a thread if it gets too on track.
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Old 02-08-2013, 06:58 AM   #3861
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I think we all know each other well enough around here....

Jaumev is in charge of stickers and any English corrections needed.

Dallara is more the "Tell me a story grandpa".

DaFoole is like the gay uncle good for comic relief.

Warriorprincess always on the quest for drama when there isn't any to be found.

Williams42 the smartass protege.

Twinrider, tougher call. Waiting to pounce at the smell of blood.

Me? I just hang around ready to hijack a thread if it gets too on track.
Actually, it turns out I'm a lesbian....
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Old 02-08-2013, 07:00 AM   #3862
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Actually, it turns out I'm a lesbian....


I forgot to mention no one rolls with the punches better.
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Old 02-08-2013, 07:56 AM   #3863
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I think we all know each other well enough around here....

Jaumev is in charge of stickers and any English corrections needed.

Dallara is more the "Tell me a story grandpa".

DaFoole is like the gay uncle good for comic relief.

Warriorprincess always on the quest for drama when there isn't any to be found.

Williams42 the smartass protege.

Twinrider, tougher call. Waiting to pounce at the smell of blood.

Me? I just hang around ready to hijack a thread if it gets too on track.
Good description!!

but I don't understand about the English corrections...

By the way.... where is Wfopete? the Super Tenere thread is quite boring without him...
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Old 02-08-2013, 08:39 AM   #3864
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Good description!!

but I don't understand about the English corrections...

By the way.... where is Wfopete? the Super Tenere thread is quite boring without him...


Who better than you? Our own five language expert. Really you should have "Farkler Extreme"
added to your tilte. The only guy who really knows what to do with 21 inches.


and to add to the list... wfopete who would still bitch if you hung him with a new rope.
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Old 02-08-2013, 10:02 AM   #3865
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Who better than you? Our own five language expert. Really you should have "Farkler Extreme"
added to your tilte. The only guy who really knows what to do with 21 inches.


and to add to the list... wfopete who would still bitch if you hung him with a new rope.
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Old 02-08-2013, 02:43 PM   #3866
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I think we all know each other well enough around here....

Williams42 the smartass protege.
Protege? I thought I was quite accomplished.
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Old 02-08-2013, 02:54 PM   #3867
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Protege? I thought I was quite accomplished.
People like you usually do.
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Old 02-08-2013, 05:05 PM   #3868
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My S-10 with our New Rocky Mountain Saddle Bags, with Small Rolie and Fuel Bottle. Expedition Duffel, Renegade Duffel, and Large Expedition Tank Bag.
Woof
e
Hot durn ,that looks sweet. What's the capacity of those saddle bags,per bag? Been looking at Happy Trails stuff.I'm still using some old, ancient soft bags with homemade gizmos to keep'em outta the wheel. Happy Trails might use my S10 to make a crash plate for, will be cheaper if they ever get around to it. These Wolffie bags might just do the trick. Need some capacity as we ride 2 up a lot .
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Old 02-08-2013, 05:11 PM   #3869
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Hot durn ,that looks sweet. What's the capacity of those saddle bags,per bag? Been looking at Happy Trails stuff.I'm still using some old, ancient soft bags with homemade gizmos to keep'em outta the wheel. Happy Trails might use my S10 to make a crash plate for, will be cheaper if they ever get around to it. These Wolffie bags might just do the trick. Need some capacity as we ride 2 up a lot .

http://www.wolfmanluggage.com/

What? I beat Dallara to it?
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Old 02-08-2013, 05:28 PM   #3870
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http://www.wolfmanluggage.com/

What? I beat Dallara to it?
Well, thanks,but I don't see any "Rocky Mtn Saddlebags"listed. Maybe I didn't click it hard enuff,spose ?
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