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Discussion in 'Equipment' started by Jeffro115, Sep 9, 2006.
My Russell Daylong, worth every cent.
Alright, I know they are not tape recorders any more but I have carried a recorder in the outside pocket of my tank bag forever. I do a lot of writing and if I don't get a thought or the sketches to a story down on some retrievable method it might as well be written on the wind. I know from past experience I will forget part of it. The important part. Someone gives you directions to a great restaurant off the beaten path, record it's location. I get the idea for a new story or a revision of one I am writing, I have it on.... micro chip? Directions to a scenic view or free camping place, it's on tape. They are small and cheap.
I use the camera and note pad on my smart phone for alot of the same reasons.. I have photo file on the phone that has picture of all those thing i forget about .. like the size of the ac filter for the house... picture of the oil filter for my truck.. size of tires on the bike and cars... oh and my wife too..
one of the best tools ive ever bought. front tire install 5 sec, rear 10 sec.
spacer, lever, push arm.
Would like to see a video of that.
Holy crap. That looks spectacular. I wonder how it would work with stiffer sport touring tires. I'd love to be able to retire my irons.
^^^ link to buy?
I found this from the YouTube description: http://www.kauritmoto.com/
Looks like it's 99 Euros, plus shipping.
I was hoping for a US supplier... not really looking to drop the dough for overseas shipping.
DRT, any chance you'd like to take some detailed close up pictures for me? I may have to grab some stock from work, and bust out the beer/tools
Looks like a group buy going on in this thread.
Pete-NZ made his own and is selling them also, in the "Minimalist Touring (250cc and under)" thread
He mentions making it in this other thread http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=790146
Do any of these gorgeous Belstaff jackets have armor or padding?
My best gear for right now:
1. Pinlock Visor
2. Gerbing Heated Gear
3. Klim Traverse Suit
The above items make winter riding do-able-ish.
best accessories ever and pretty much all you need for an extended trip anywhere
1. Credit card and bribe money
2. Hip flask
3. Wet wipes
read the thread topic and stay on target...
I'm gonna chip in, again, with another "best buy"....
...that being a bloody good sleeping bag. I bought a dreamcatcher 500 over 8 years ago and it's still going strong. It packs small, is durable (survived many nights and a dunk in the sea) and is flexible enough to be used in all temperatures down to about 0 degrees centigrade.
My GPS, a Zumo 450, has been the best accessory I ever bought for riding.
This was a big surprise for me; I bought the unit on a whim. I was looking for a compass I could use while riding.
Beware, not all GPSs are the same:eek1
My best gear:
2009 KLR 650
Slighty experienced Aerostich Darien jacket
Gerbings heated inner jacket
Ram mount stuff for GPS
Pelican Hardigg storm cases
This might sound trivial, but it is true. I did not buy it though...it was with my fishing stuff already!
An old wool sock to wrap around a small bottle of single malt scotch...
Bmw tire tools , complete set heyco wrenches and Co2 kit and patch kit for flats.