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Discussion in 'Southeast, The Lair of the Dragon - The Blue Ridge' started by gasgaseffinfast, Sep 24, 2008.
Friday is bad, but Sat works.
How about Saturday at 10:00?Finish about lunch time, have some pizza and go for a ride?
Hey V.B. - check your PM's.
Sounds like a plan.
One warning, the boys go down for their naps at 1pm we don't have to be done by then, just lower the volume or deal with one angry Momma.
I'll pm my address, everyone is welcome.
Thought you hated the header wrap, what gives?
What's next? Ted getting a GPS?
Enjoy the day, Grimmy
OK, I'm going to get some header wrap for my new-to-me GPS so the kickass routes I put in it won't burn my fingers.
Don't worry Grimmy, I have no intention of putting any ugly wrap on the the outside of my pretty pipes. The Ducati ('06 Multistrada) has a couple of slip joints in the exhaust system. The stock gaskets don't last or work worth a crap. I am going to use the wrap in the slip joints. I've already had some success with wire wrapped steel wool - I was thinking the header wrap stuff might be better than the steel wool.
I thought the whole system was breaking down......
Enjoy the evening, grimmy
Works for me; I'll be on the new to me V that I just picked up from MD earlier today!
Tucked away in the garage at work/home with her new siblings.
Hey all, I'm putting together a RTE right in our backyard (Stony Point Market) in the coming weeks. Check out the thread HERE if interested.
Myself and one or two others will be doing the Sherando/Coal Rd./jeep trail/Montebello loop on Sunday. We'll be at Afton between 12:30 and 12:45.
Anyone else want to come along?
I may be there on the Beastie. Looks like a fun road. Weather should be perfect.
Big thank you to Bowtie76 and XCRider. You guys taught me a lot today, and helped me get a new tire and chain installed.
I wish I would have known I needed new sprockets before today, but oh well, I'll them ordered this week, and installed before I ride very much further.
Also, thanks VABuckaroo for the Heidenau recommendation, did great its first 130 miles on pavement, gravel, and dirt/mud.
Also, the purchase from Rocky Mount http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/ was a great experience, I recommend them, good service, fast shipping, easily trackable, better than expected.
Overall a great day,
Very much so but I wasn't available today.
Weather sure was nice though!
Yep. Had a great ride.
Plenty of water in the mud holes :eek1
Got a little dirt on 9fiddy
I was pretty sure of that.
No problem JR, happy to help out. Give me (us?) a shout when you get the sprockets in if you want a hand replacing them, or just someone to watch you & drink beer while you do the work!
I have a lightly used set of Oilhead-sized Heidenaus here if anyone is interested.
Anyone familiar with Horseshoe Flats Campground in Scottsville? I just found it on the map and thinking about trying it out on an overnight trip soon.