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Discussion in 'Tejas and the Gulf States' started by Elvis70, Mar 27, 2009.
Bring it over when your ready. I'll get that sucker on no sweat.
its gone now, 4800 miles I think, been slick down the center for the last several hundred. but its still going every day, so I likely wont replace it until it gets cooler, I really hate to sweat.
or rather, Id hate to watch you sweat.
he charles..your SPOT went off a couple of times today..did you go for a ride or did it accidently get turned on?
We had those in Eureka last fall. And they were damn near silent. Wait, maybe I didn't have my hearing aids on?
Just checked it Doc. I turned the SPOT off after I came back from my ride with Tim and Gus. Maybe somebody has a remote for my garage :huh
are you missing any beemer, jetski, or toyota parts?
if not, its not me.
Nope, didn't have any of those so I guess you're safe Matt.
Oh, speaking of Corneyapple, all that kidding I gave him about the DFW crew coming up and turning 123 into a crashfest, well first guy to post pics posted this one
He is scare of the guardrail , or he is perfecting his 360 spin.
The correct answer is C. He's in a highside.
or rather, he is on the downhill side after a highside...
I was trying to be funny, albie, you jackhole.
I cant beleive you didnt get my hogville.net reference to scared in there..
Dang...I hate to see that. But if you're not used to the twisty bits.. you probably need to slow down some.
My next Zombie Apocalypse Bug Out Bag weapon.
LOL, I did miss that reference. Sorry, didn't mean to harsh your mellow.
DFW /= Twisty bits.
I had a book, in the mid/late 70s, called "outdoor lore" and it referenced that rifle. it was called the "arma-lite" right?
I should look thru my junk and find it, it was a very good book.
I love those!
I gotta couple of debts to pay then I'm ordering one of those.
its a shame its only made in the 22 cal.
You could pack that in a DirtBagz or the cross duffle, might just come in handy
I just rolled in to Pueblo CO about an hour ago, this bed is calling my name.