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Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by onaXR, Jan 18, 2006.
Are they playing? I thought football season was already over... (I dont follow pro football much)
Dang. I wish I could. I would ride the tiger up for you and ride the L back!
Brown Falcon, are you near Hansen's Triumph Shop? Guy is going to bring it there for a once over. If you are nearby, could you look at it for your opinion?
It could be an adventure ferrying bikes!!
If I brought the bike down there would you be interested. Going to balance the cost of shipping vs. roadtrip before I deploy.
Tighten the nut with channel locks while rotating the steer head from side to side. loosen the nut and run it back finger tight. You will need to re-set the bearings after a very short time in operation as the bearings run-in/wear-in quickly.
Could you crank out some .358 norma mags for me? 225gr boat tails please.
Looks like that shop is about 4 hours south of me. Like I said, I'd love to buy your XRL, but I don't have the money right now. I don't even have the money to buy new tires at the moment. In the future I'd like to get a CW motor, so buying yours would be awesome. Someday...
What brake hose are you guys running with your CRF450 forks? The CRF450R hose that I have seems way too short.
Yes. I rode two-up with luggage and no passenger pegs from Bay of LA (Baja) to San Diego. Fast. Not recommended but not too bad either. Also a bit of off-road in deep sand, definitely not recommended but it works.
I will get right on it. Nosler or Barnes?
WTH are shooting at in Texas with a freakin .358 Mag?! That's a lot of kaboom for any Texas critters! :eek1
A .270 was as much gun as I ever used when I lived in San Antonio. Heck, a .243 was just about right. Several south Texas whitetails and hogs fell victim to a .243 inch "intervention"
I used the XRL hose on my RM250 forks. Worked great.
my wife has always ridden with me but it has been on a bmw either a r100gspd or a 12gs and now after a very long-long time i have a real dual sport bike and she has asked if this bike will be able to let her go with me.. a back rest and lower foot pegs will have to be installed so just curious if anyone has went to this extreme
Are you using the XRL master cylinder also? I guess I could do that but the CRF master is supposed to be better I think.
Yo Kenny, My pig has the same Yuasa in it that I got with it nearly four years ago and so far no sign of weakness! :eek1
(Fingers crossed icon goes here)
But wait... I don't ever try it in sub freezing temps...
all i did was use a cr caliper on mine left hose and master.
I doubt you'd get any better acceleration because you'd be too busy changing gears!
I thought I had posted this, but, I don't see it.
I was riding this weekend with an inmate on a 650L and of course the piggy got all covered in mud. Maybe pictures will pop up later!
I took her for about an hour ride on some knarly forest roads that some riders won't go on - took it easy and all but she swears she'll never get on the thing again! :eek1
I've ridden on the back of my friend's, and I agree that the seat is pretty hard back there. I expect you'll need to do something about that if you expect a successful endeavor.
ReRoute it if you need to. I've just taken mine up and over the top of errthang. I also use the XRL master. Works just fine. for me.