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Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by onaXR, Jan 18, 2006.
I have 2 of the stock brackets I cant use on my bike, got a good brake lever to trade?
Sorry Fritz, you're too late. BTDT already!
I see a Heineken in there; you're okay.
Gotta love Costco....
Is that an invitation to come on down and hang out?
You bet. If it weren't for them, it scares me to think how sober I might otherwise be most of the time.....:eek1
Sure. I'd bring the streetbike , if not both. Weathers nice. 60s and 70s.
Missed this earlier.
The correct pronunciation...
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I installed a Moose lift strap on the rear end of my bike over the winter... There is a serious lack of good handholds on the XRL and I seem to make a fairly regular habit of getting into spots where I have to pull and tug the old girl back up onto the trail I put the strap to good use on my last ride when I had to horse the F&^%$er around to get through the snow. I got to looking at the strap today and it didn't fare so well. The buckles were both straight when I installed the strap.
You can see the one buckle is clearly bent to shit!:huh The hole in the center is also no longer round. I guess they didn't design the strap for a 300+ pound bike
So... I got to thinking. I built one of my own!
Not sure yet that it is exactly what I want, but it's a first prototype.
I know... the bike's filthy and the garage is a rat's nest...
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A worthless post without photos.
Spelling of that word depends upon where you are from.
Ya see, yous guys problem is yous can't read.
Here's another example of the usage of "ya": How ya doen?
NOT How yeah doing?
Due respect, we need a pic to see what your saying ?
Is this for last year or this coming?
Yo, when did yous move to Joysey?
Cool... I should get a truck or trailer so I can take both bikes to distant playgrounds.
This years ISDE is in Sardinia....
You know, a good handle might come in handy next to the front brake and clutch levers. Would be nice to have something closeby, essentially parallel, to pull on when wrestling the bike around 'cause, as we've discovered, the levers aren't really made for lifting the bike.
Cool strap idea. I wonder why Honda didn't think of that. Oh, wait...
I keep questioning myself this morning!