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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Lee Gunn, Sep 12, 2010.
And then she took a long nap in the back of the truck. what a light weight
I don't think you'll be using that engine for anything other than a boat anchor now.
So was there a drop involved with putting the connecting rod through the case?
Grand Staircase, Escalante??
That mud pic looks familiar.
What a beautiful shot!! I wish I was there to help lift the bike!
Yes, it was tough.....
Crushed my rt side case to where it's top was completely ripped off its hinges.
Zip ties good!
Banged it back into shape with a softball sized bouler.
Shattered turn signal lens.
Dented headers on the one side.
Fog lamp ripped off.
Had to roll the bike back down to a somewhat level spot to turn it around.
All in all it was ok and no damage to me.
Was happy I did not roll it over the edge........
We all do it.
I hope your bags were either empty or watertight!
Nope not water tight and not empty but nothing in them that was ruined by water. The lower bag filled with water and made it that much heavier to pick up.
Burr Trail in Utah
so are you rebuilding this 90??? year old baby?
I have never seen one parked like that before.
Your supposed to shift into a higher gear before you reach 90 mph!
Wish i had camera onboard, it looked something like that..
Coming down into the treeline last summer. (it is steeper then it looks )
First time in a long time I dropped one; pulled up to look at the lake and put my foot down on a rock that rolled from under my foot....heck in this phot I'm even tell'n the story