The Little Dakar at the Little Sahara 02/16/2013

Discussion in 'Tejas and the Gulf States' started by Newner, Jan 15, 2013.

  1. DirtyDog

    DirtyDog Lust for dust.

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    There is a company called Skat-Trak that will custom-make a 17" paddle tire. You send the donor tire...

    Example::eek1
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  2. jay547

    jay547 Long timer

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    When I used to take my mx bike out to the dunes, I would always put on an old chain and old plastic. The sand eats those up.
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  3. DrLewall

    DrLewall The Human GPS

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    I got one of them thar Skat Traks..I like the skags they have between the cups to assist in str8 tracking! will post a pic later of it

    here ya go..

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  4. frontiercat

    frontiercat on the wheel

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  5. Newner

    Newner Buffering

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    Is that an 18? how much does that rent for each day?
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  6. Newner

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    This will probably scare away DD and his pristine KLR......:norton
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  7. DrLewall

    DrLewall The Human GPS

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    Sorry Master B. its a 19..BUT if you were to rent it, the boy here sez $30 a day! :D
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  8. Throttlemeister

    Throttlemeister Long timer

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    Damn:puke1 My buddy over here in Oklahoma was going to just let me borrow his, buy him a sixpack for being a good guy:freaky

    Your in good shape Rick, looking for a freeride on the slinger:wink: Going to be fun, still debating taking the little XR out to play with, still need to sort out the shock.
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  9. woodzrider

    woodzrider Been here awhile

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    I have a 18" paddle tire I will loan, but you will have to pickup and return.I'm in Choctaw.....
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  10. Newner

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    PM ing you! Dibbs
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  11. Newner

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    9 foot flag $12.00 T&T powersports, Sapulpa ( My business neighbor)

    One of the guys at the dealer stated that the flags with out the spring are better for bikes as they do not whip you while you are riding.

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  12. woodzrider

    woodzrider Been here awhile

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    Back years ago when I was a regular at little Sahara, I built a bracket for my bike that attached to the silencer mounts. This barely made min height of 10 ft. and if I broke it in a crash,(which was a lot!) well then I started to mount it to my chest armor....................... not always a good idea! I knew one guy who's whip got broke so many times he attached the "stub" to his helmet................. got him through the gate tho.:lol3
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  13. DrLewall

    DrLewall The Human GPS

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    I would like to see some pix to get a better idea of mounting a flag to a bike..permanent mounts or quick release..wanna see em all..so while you guys are out there, try to think abt gettin such pix..tnx!
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  14. Danger4u2

    Danger4u2 KX500 is Danger4u2

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    Not KLR but you can find ideas from cheap to machined.

    http://www.kxriders.com/forums/index.php/topic,10962.0.html

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  15. Newner

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    Bump.....

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  16. frontiercat

    frontiercat on the wheel

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    Bump-ba-da-bump....just need to finish the flag mount this week some time...and get a flag...

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  17. Newner

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    Did it fit without making the chain longer?


    For those participating this weekend we will be erecting a Biergarten Tent, so that the weather will not slow down our post riding beer consumption.
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  18. DrLewall

    DrLewall The Human GPS

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    you guys be sure to post a link to the ride report for those of us confined at home. :cry
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  19. JumpJet

    JumpJet Looking for Alpha

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    What, no pre-riding beer consumption! :scratch

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  20. Scribe

    Scribe £Bob£

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    Helluva weekend for the inlaws to be in town. Now I'll never get to ride The Dakar. :cry
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