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Discussion in 'Photos' started by halfthrottle, Aug 3, 2009.
Lovin the pillion Admiral
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"Thanks man" ... a greeting
Eastern Kentucky on a fall day, nice roads, beautiful weather.
You sir have balls that are very brassy!
A quick search didn't show this vid, so I thought I'd share it.
This fellow is either a comedic genius or he's going to die.
The whole series just gets more & more horrifying.
I stopped watching the first one when he said "I guess I'll need to find another carburetor. I didn't know one was missing." :huh
No hex keys and the screwdriver is a duct taped table peg..
what makes this guy think he has anything to teach. i couldn't watch the whole train wreck but he said he lowered the front end so it would handle better, so he can out think all off yamaha's engineers and i didn't see any temperature controls or an on off switch for that heated seat .
Comedy gold was right! Is this Red Greens American counterpart?!? The last time I laughed this much, I had to have been drunk.
"I don't have any metric tools, so a crescent wrench is the next best thing..."
So, what'll happen the first time the rear shocks are actuated?
1. The tire meets the seat
2. The frame cracks where the new shock mount was drilled
I can't tell if this is real or a comic genius, either way, definitely worth watching, I can't wait until he takes it for a ride
The part with the race quality brake pads was awesome. The pads had sanding discs on them. This has to be staged.
thats right ,he drilled two big holes in the frame ,what a jackass
Of course it is. It's a satirical commentary on the typical Craigslist cafe/bobber builder.
what i learned from part 7
1 another name for float bowl is thingy
2 green zip ties are stronger than black
3 silicone is impervious to gasoline
4 jb weld can support the weight of carb.
5 air filters are no good
Episode 5 had me rolling!
Note to self....zip up your pants before shooting videos for youtube....
I laughed so loud when he pulled out the drill, I woke my poor daughter!
Genius! Want a longer screwdriver, don't waste your money on fancy tools. Just duck tape a stubby to any length of wood you require.
I've had to wrap assembly tape around my waist to stop my sides splitting