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Discussion in 'Pacific Northwet - Where it's green. And wet.' started by G-Funk, Dec 2, 2008.
16-18" old husky do ya? Chain needs sharpening tho...
am cutting less than 4 inch limbs into stackable piles so yes will work
Mrs. RC51 bought some truffle salt recently at some frufru market. I bake the good old russets in the oven with olive oil on the skins and salted on both sides with the truffle salt..... just add toppings and you'll be in heaven.
Would there be someone among us to be the chosen one if I wanted carb work done on the DR?
Yes!, Clymer Publications,,,one each per your model/needs.
I was skeered the first time I took a carb apart, too.
I bought a jet kit from Kientech, the DR specialist in SW Oregon, after buying an FMF for a DR200. Basic instructions were easy to follow, and it was nowhere near as bad as expected. I also found a proper service manual on eBay pretty cheap, takes away the surprises of taking the suspension apart.
Steve, I have a 24" Stil, a pick up and today and tomorrow off give me a call.
doggetter, I'm very familiar with DR carbs and am willing to help, what'cha want to do?
Here is a generic carb tuner help, written about a Mikuni 2 stroke carb but the basic functions are the same. http://www.iwt.com.au/mikunicarb.htm
Also Pro-Cycle in Springfield is a valuable resource for all things DR.
He was doing 37mph in a 55 zone. :eek1
$4.00 Bloody Marys at The Cannery all day. Is already past noon.
$4.00 Bloody Mary's and a borrowed chain saw sounds like a horrible combination.
plus blume is coming by...
finally nailed smoked tri-tip on the Weber
Hold my Bloody Mary, and watch this
You can't drink and chain saw with one hand at the same time?
Call me when you get down to one hand; my number is 9 1 1...
It brings to mind,"Monty Python & the Holy Grail"!
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