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Discussion in 'Southeast, The Lair of the Dragon - The Blue Ridge' started by flux_capacitor, Jan 5, 2007.
Something about love and Harleys....
...and his new bicycle!
How ya been, Kev?
Long time amigo.
Here you go Billy.
I'm still kickin' Billy! Hope all is well with you and yours?
I see all your friends down there are still as qwer as ever.
I was guessing another barbie doll add, but, I stand to be corrected.
All is good, could be better...thanks a lot for thinking enough to ask.
Must be lonely being quer, wouldn't you think? I only heard of just one of those...
Rough day on I-16 near Dublin.
I've got the trials bug really bad--so I'm about to sell my 690 to raise funds for his and hers trials bikes.
I'll make a proper ad in a day or two, but thought I'd offer it to the local gang here first
2008 KTM 690 enduro
No FI issues--she does what she's supposed to.
FMF TI Q4 Silencer
Tail tidy with small signal lights
Aluminum gas cap and neck w/ one-way valve
Foam air filter
Cyrca Pro-Bend handguards
Battery Tender installed
Good rubber (MotoZs)
Extra MotoZ Tractionator rear tire (new)
All or most stock take-offs
It's been used off-road, so scratched up in the usual places, but not broken or bent. PM or call 7062019447 so the thread police don't freak out.
All setup for extra fuel now.
1.75 gallon RotoPax on my rearrack
Nice setup Wolfie.
Are those Pirellies? How many miles are you getting on a set of tires?
Nice set up you got there.
Dunlop 952 NON DOT
Will a Dunlop d606 fit those wheel sizes? Can't remember...
That's what I've ran on my 650. They're dot approved, I'm sure you already know that though.
What's the technical difference between DOT and non-DOT tires?
I'm no expert, but from what I've seen it seem to be the ability to handle heat. I've seen non-DOT tires loose lugs rapidly from street riding. My theory is that street riding generates a lot more heat than dirt riding because the speeds are higher, the durations at high speed are longer and the fiction coefficient is higher.
That rear tire will chunk at accelerated hwy speeds. Ton of fun in the dirt though.
Yeah, I ran the 606s on my KLR.
Not sure the total mileage. This is my first set, these have 350miles on them so far.
nevermind. tire has been claimed.