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Discussion in 'Tejas and the Gulf States' started by Elvis70, Mar 27, 2009.
I am game for skipping that 28 deg stuff too...hell for all I care, I would be happy riding to your place and we just ride somewhere and do lunch..right now I dont care if we do hwy or dirt! How abt some back roads out to Gentry and back?
What a great name for a sailboat.
If this wasn't the only home my Mom has known since '85, and my Daughter didn't have such a sentimental attachment to it, I would love to live in a condo/townhouse.
So long as I have a secure garage to store my stuff.
Maybe after Mom has to go to a 24hr care facility.
Best moto money I've spent, in my 30 years of riding.
So what did u learn at the class?
hey charlie..sent you via email a proposed route to Gentry..
Nevermind. I figured it out. There are two screws that hold the brake line to the axle with a bracket. I remember when I installed it that these go through the axle tube, essentially making a hole. The oil appears to be leaking out through there.
And, you're right in that it must be getting hot because the oil is low. I'll clean it up, RTV the holes and refill it. Just not tonight.
Good thing the weather will be warmer tomorrow. I can take the bike.
I went in to the class with an open mind, assuming I didn't know jack about riding. The instructor was constantly telling at me to tighten up my knees, turn my head, relax my hands, etc... It was like having a personal trainer.
The class really is great for learning good habits, pointing out common mistakes and making you a better, more aware and cautious rider. I could have just jumped on my bike, but I'm glad I took the class. The one in Fort Smith was much cheaper than the ones they have here and my instructor was great.
simple fixes, are good fixes!
I still have your spring compressors by the way, they have been living in the back of my Yota, with lots of other tools and stuff.
swing by and get them, or I will bring them over to you whenever you want.
I dont see the price on the web site. any ideas?
Forget it i found it. $225
Yep. Like you though, just tired of fixing stuff.
Lol. Eventually I will need to get those compressors back. I need to switch my springs on the rear end as the Jeep is starting to lean to the right side.
$175 in Ft. smith and Sallisaw. "Just sayin..." <---(Charlie)
silly coil spring rear ends.
just let me know, Ill drop em by
Oooooo, Mouth. Just 9 more posts and you hit the 10k mark. You stud.
Meh..been there and done that!
It will take there life faster but they do stinks some time when they cook...
I'm glad I don't have to pay someone to do ANYTHING.
yeah, without Todd, you'd have to pay Hookers.