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Discussion in 'Pacific Northwet - Where it's green. And wet.' started by PNW Buttercup, Aug 13, 2010.
They're only $5 each. I'm thinking about picking up four, but shipping is $18.
I would be in for a couple.
I would be in for 2
Sweet, we'll get a list going. Go ahead and pm me with how many you want, and I'll wait until the weekend to see how many folks we get and how much it'll be. Anywhere from $6-8 each after shipping depending on how many.
Big thread about these little tubes here.
You might check with your local tractor dealer. I found them in stock at the local dealer here in walla walla. I can't remember how much they wanted for them.
Place out in cda was trying to get $10 per. Figure it's cheaper if we group order, but either way.
By the way, the folks over at badweb clued me into a giveaway. Go ahead and take a look, they're giving away a $800 shock for Facebook likes, I'd appreciate a like if you've got the time.
First join this:
Then wait to be approved, then like my gallery
The stock showa on my Buell isn't going to hold up to me and my girl, I'm going to need this! Buy you guys some pizza and beer if I win.
Enjoy riding along the Spokane River in Post Falls on Riverview Dr.?
Enjoy listening to the music of Alice in Chains?
If so, this should go down nicely....just some fun I had one day with a Drift HD bike mount cam and some editing software.
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Great video DiamondLie. I knew Jerry Cantrell when I lived in Seattle back in the 80s. He was in a band called Diamond Lie before AIC. They used to rehearse at The Music Bank under the Ballard bridge. I think that is where he met Lane who was pretty much living there at the time.
Hey thanks man. It was fun making the vid (and doing the riding of course.) Seattle was home for me from 85-01. AIC and all the other Seattle bands were a big part of my twenty-somethings. Jerry is a personal fave. Good call on the Diamond Lie reference. Not many remember that, I'd wager. Obviously, you have exposed where I took inspiration from for my screen name on here!
Fun video dude!
Great video DL, the end was very cool.
Good job on the video.
Not sure all of the speed limit signs were being observed....
So Kootenai Rider, you teased us with the pics of the track, how was the race?
Welll...I'm not the only one who breaks the speed limits on Riverview on/in a BMW. Some of us just do it on four wheels instead of two!
Really good. Better like mud. The had an awesome turnout. Go find the Urban Assault thread I started here in pnw. There are some race pics there.
The jersey barriers weren't as bad as I thought they would be to hop up on.
Judging by your pics, the tires looked more intimidating than the barriers. Is there any traction on muddy rubber against muddy rubber?
I was just at Allsport discussing the availability of a new YZ250.
Those tires are fine so long as you hop them. Just don't get you front tire in one of the holes or you are hosed. I like crossing those.
In other news one of my sled head friends went sledding today and said it was 50 degrees at 6000 feet. Said the snow was really melting fast. Wahoo that hopefully means we'll be riding up there sooner than June.