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Discussion in 'Southeast, The Lair of the Dragon - The Blue Ridge' started by rob feature, Jan 20, 2010.
too far for the FJR?
"The eye sees only what the mind is pepared to comprehend".
ignored your hint and was ready for a border run
Skipped work and went off riding instead. Went somewhere more important. If this too obscure let me know.
I love it when there's a new tag out there. Everybody gets real quiet. It's like we're all waiting to see who goes for their pistol first!
Work sucks. I know where this one is too.
Yep. Rode by it a few weeks ago.
Didn't get off and hike up the hill though.
Where was this? and what's next?
Ft Donelson. Up near LBL.
This is what a good day looks like
oser @ the breeze !
a little dirt never hurt...way ta go man !
I should have known that one, but had no clue. The NEXT one, I know! And you're so right, no bad way to get there!
I'd love to go for the new tag but the bike is parked until the new chain and sprockets are delivered.
I let it go too long and now I'm askeerd to ride it.
I'm about due for a new chain and sprockets also. 21,500 miles on the current set. I was kinda hoping to do it the same time the rear tire has to be replaced. I've got somewhere between 6500 - 7000 miles on this tire and it still looks pretty good... I am wondering if the chain will make it to 25,000.
Mr. B, also think about changing those rubber cushion things in the rear wheel. When they get worn, the sprocket twists out of line.
Sycamore HS Homecoming week, or I would have made a trip on that road heading SOUTH at the bottom of HWY 232 in HOUSTON COUNTY.
Soak it in wd40 overnight. Good for another 5k.
I am no expert on chains. Most of the bikes i have owned for the last 143 years all had shaft drive - with the exception of the FZ6, which I only kept for a little while but it seems several people have advised me to avoid wd40 on the chain. I guess the jury is out on that one.
Headin' to bed....see ya
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