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Discussion in 'West – California, the desert southwest and whatev' started by NSFW, Mar 5, 2008.
u r welcome to ride with us again
Hey DG, kiss my @ss trick @ss biaotch!
See u @ warped
What did do???
YOU have to ask??
Hold on to your wallets!
How did you access 7N05 from Lake Hughes. I was in that area Wed. and found a gate. Want to ride that area, could use advice. John G
So you are putting together a group buy at 50% off!
Does Dave have these in stock? hehe
Sorry Danny.... PUI
Joel, is that pumpkin ready?
That's all I have to say.
it was a long day..10AM to 8:30PM, but educational and fun.
lots of good talents and everyone pitched IN. also a great day hanging out with the guys in a cool garage on a cold rainy day.
made progress on my bike...90% done....
do you know ktms need dot 5.1....:eek1
local neighborhood restaurant - la bamba
instead of pizza, we had real food
jim's exc getting valve adjustment
vern's bike waiting for its turn
don't be throwing the gatorade bottle, it has other uses
my bike fired up.....
still need to finish the electric starter, install the chain, sidestand, and adjust the carb.
thank you guys.
next is the lc8 tech day on april.
great to see all the EXC's gettin some love!
Nice work party!
I'll be wrenching 3 bikes myself after work this week to get them ready for next w/e!
PRetty much every other weekend when you own a KTM
KTM - Kiss The Machine, and if you don't , it will Keep on Taking Money (from roger)
I'll be saying goodbye to half of my weekends for a while. Another thing I can blame on balls.
I own a KTM and Husky and both are fine bikes with equally impressive attributes and quality components!
I usually bag on Hondas for their terrible maintenance unfriendly layout, but my XRL is easy as cake to work on!
So, I'm fortunate to have a stable of bikes that are all easy to work on, have plentiful parts availability, and are optimized for what they were bought for!
Yeah, but do they have a blue one, cuz i'd buy the blue one.