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Discussion in 'Hacks' started by Andrew2, Mar 20, 2009.
I grew up in Texas and the Texans always said "earl is earl".
How about us Dnepr guys???
Quite sadly, he is probably one of the smartest guys around on the topic of Urals. I think he lives in Irbit part of the year, anyhow.
He's pretty surly towards anything American. Occassionally, he can be civil...
The two of you could just call or email each other.
I thought the same thing. Damn knowledgeable guy but some serious personality issues.
I would have banned him too. His kind of shit brings forums down to a level where many of the decent people leave. I've seen it on other forums. A few abrasive people join and the rest leave the room.
Hello all-I'm hoping to get my first Ural soon(late this week or next week)but it will have to live outside for a bit untill I can make some room and widen the doors on my shed.My question-is threre a cover that doesn't cost an arm and a leg but works?A plastic tarp seems crude,but I haven't been able to find anything else that looks like it would do the trick.
Looking forward to the side car experience and learning some new tricks
Crawford Sales has one that is like a boat cover for about $240. It is a really nice cover for the money, but that is likely more than you are willing to spend for a temporary problem.
Check out your local outdoor stores for large ATV covers. Often the big ones will fit for under $40.
Hi Cranky Tom, Had mine a month now, I hope you get as much fun outta yours as I have had. Its a whole new world!
Don't go the tarp route. It will hold moisture and speed up the corrosion process that we get living in these parts..
Good suggestion, I found a large 4 wheel ATV cover at WallyWorld for under $50 that fit the Ural nicely.
It breathes so there is less condensation than a tarp. I also spray the exterior with a good sticky anti corrosion lubricant like Fluid Film, make sure to get all the seams inside the tub and then wipe off the excess.
Two treatments a year work well to keep the rust away.
Thanks!That's just the kind of suggestion I was looking for-seems kind of obvious when it's right in front of you,but I would never have thought of that.
Thanks,I'm hoping to have some fun this summer and at least it will be a new experience.
By the way,that little bit of nothing you don't have any more-I think I found it!
Thanks Bob good to know that,and not just for thebikes.
I see you're up in the White Mountains-I love it up there,I try to get in two or three camping trips a year,usually at Lafayette or sometimes White Lake State Park.I'll keep my eyes open for Urals next time I'm up there.
WallyWorld,huh?There's one of those not far from me,I'll have to take a run out there and see what they have.Thankyou
Hello all,this Ural bug is catchy,I don't have 1 yet,but I feel myself slipping off the KLR cliff into hackdom.
Just relax and let it happen. You'll be happy when you do.
It's like a KLR,no one else understands except those that are already there.
Come on up to Maine! Nobody in NH really rides their Urals. . .
Seems that way sometimes, doesn't it?
Oh no you don't,you're not getting me in the middle of that argument!