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Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by dragoon, Mar 15, 2008.
OMG, what a pain in the ass this one was to find.
Not bad at all. It did jump counties by a few yards, though! Nice tagging.
I didn't tag it. I just found it online. I'm 7000 miles away from my bike.
Oh so my power of suggestion is working.
Nice tagging Just GO!!
Good taggin', Denny.
My great grandfather is buried in that cemetery.
Damn it. I wasn't thinking............I should have left it in Washington county a couple miles from the schoolhouse.
At least I used a file photo.
I know, I was referring to Just GO.
I was going to go get it just after work, but the KLR didn't have enough voltage to start this morning. 15°F was just too cold for it. I guess it's time for a new battery.
I'm all for file photos.
I'm used to 120°, so I now wear a jacket when it's under 70°. I'm gonna die when I get home.
Damn, reserve file photo Bruced!
Found this scary photo in a link in the byob thread. Hiya 'goonie.
Regarding the dirt road issue, we have had a dirt road clause in the NEOhio thread for over a year now and the game seems to be thriving.
All it takes is some common sense and the courtesy of a warning.
BTW, nice tagging Denny!
Hamilton's old store in Lebanon
Next, probably not quite 40 miles, but damn it's cold out there.
Notice the beautiful new drivetrain.
Just curious where was this?
Nice tagging. Isn't that EFI nice when it comes to cold starts? What rear sprocket is that?
Off SR 565 on Monroe CR 15. I went out Washington CR 17 & CR 11, 11 turns into Monroe CR 15. The cinders were terrible. Some of the roads I took still had patchy ice.
EFI is awesome! That's a Rocky Mtn ATV Primary Drive rear, it has countersunk holes for the F and straight holes for the R and is only $20. I geared at 14/48, lower than stock, but that trials tire is about an inch taller than the T63. I may try a 50 on the rear, I still am not using 6th much.
I was looking for it in the real Lebanon, but finally found a reference to it in Monroe County.