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Discussion in 'New Zealand' started by motu, Jan 25, 2015.
Tidy red Dominator went through th Dry Weather rd, Nelson, in weekend. Was that Underground?
Tidy red dommie and Underground shouldn't be in the same post.
"Tidy' used comparatively. Seen my bike?
All my bikes are in pieces at the moment and the more I try to put them back together the more pieces seem to come off them, I even managed to smash a fairing in half without leaving the basement! Big effort going in this week though.
I saw a "well used" dommie heading south on SH1 just south of Hampton Downs on Sunday, and he was making more serious progress than I was prepared to chance, given the number of cameras and cops that were on the road.
That still wasn't me.
Are you really really sure?
As we age our memory does start to play tricks on us
I think this is called 'Mission Creep'.
My understanding of it is, that you start to do something and then find that while you're there, you might as well do the next thing that you find. I think the best example of this would have to be turn of the century villas with sarking and totara piles.
Or old Benellis.
... or recently acquired 30 year old BMW's ...
no ride-by-wire when ya mended then?
bad jokes aside......hope the mending goes well, and timely Oscar
Actually progressing very well, not much pain now, just learning how to walk.
don't rush it and eat ya vegies
feel ya pain though...
Are they Phillips or Robertson head screws ?
Probably those annoying non user serviceable ones that you find deep inside the dishwasher after spending all afternoon getting it out and the panels off.
Torx heads....foot surgeon is into doing up old cars so you think he'd prefer slots, but there ya go
F&P are the worst
sounds like foot surgeon rides ktm to me
He might like the Xbow but believe me...he don't like the 2 wheelers
Had a mate smashed his ankle playing touch years ago and had it plated up. Gave him trouble a few years later and I have seen the X-rays.
Plate on his tibia (I think) with the top screw, which was about half way up his lower leg, missing. Fkn big stray screw lying right down in the arch of his foot. Must have travelled about 400mm inside his leg. They opened him up and took all the metal out.
Only guy I have ever known with a screw loose and the photographic evidence to prove it.
I was out Nikau way on the 29th as well with the wife on the back. All those guys standing on the pegs went past me heading north, about 12km south of Port Waikato.
Must have missed you at the café by about 15 minutes.
12:15 today "fri" I spoted this dirty black DRZ 400 with large tank ,panniers & screen roll past work in Sockburn..
wonder if it's anyone we might know.....