Alabama County Maps

Discussion in 'GPS Tracks - Northeast, Southeast & Florida' started by alpiv, Nov 12, 2007.

  1. alpiv

    alpiv Sr. nOOb

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  2. KawDlr

    KawDlr Kawasaki GURU

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    Thanks for that, HOUSTON COUNTY RESIDENT, ALABAMA!:clap and loving it!
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  3. BUBB

    BUBB lynch not Zimmerman

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    Dothan?
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  4. KawDlr

    KawDlr Kawasaki GURU

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    You are Correct Sir! Dothan it is.
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  5. BUBB

    BUBB lynch not Zimmerman

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    me too.
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  6. KawDlr

    KawDlr Kawasaki GURU

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    Bubb, What do you ride? I have built a new KLX450R and turned it into a formidable dual sport leaning more towards off road. Actually we are planning a late June departure from Jellico TN on the trans am trail headed for the Oregon coast!
    Was looking forward to riding this weekend(1/25) but the weather forecasters once again missed that nail head. Turns out that 70 degree day Sunday is headed for high 50's now....... Maybe it will dry out soon.
    Cheers
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  7. BUBB

    BUBB lynch not Zimmerman

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    Sound like you have quite an adventure coming up. I'd love to hear more.

    currently I'm riding:
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    you've probably seen me around town on my big bike that's in the shop:
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  8. KawDlr

    KawDlr Kawasaki GURU

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    That scooter is quite a scale back from your normal ride. Makes you appreciate the power of the Beemer, and welcome it's return.:clap

    Here is a couple of earlier photos of my bike during the conversion process. There are more changes in store in the next few weeks so it will be changing a little more to adapt more to the mission ahead.
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  9. BUBB

    BUBB lynch not Zimmerman

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    lol, I think I talked with someone who knows you at church today...

    was that difficult to get tagged?
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  10. TomW

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    On the Alabama county map issue, I called the engineer at my local Alabama DOT office and they said the printed maps were a bit dated, and they offered to plot me an up to date 1":1 mile map while I waited. I guess there are benefits to living in a small community. [That said, please don't get this guy in trouble by mentioning this when you go to your ALDOT office....]

    Cheers.
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  11. KawDlr

    KawDlr Kawasaki GURU

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    SORRY FOR HIGH JACKING THIS AL DOT MAP THREAD!

    Bubb,
    South Dakota, is that considered difficult? I guess so, Alabama said no way to off highway conversion to street legal title, but yes to a transfer...... So there you go, find a friend in AZ, SD, TX or many other states that offer up titles to off highway machines. It is a shame that if you look at the machine I converted to be totally compliant with all of the DOT requirements, versus a machine that the factory builds, they are identical in operational equipment. Mine even meets strict EPA requirements. Oh well, when there's a will, there's a way! I have always been taught.

    Cheers


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