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Discussion in 'Battle Scooters' started by CashCow, Mar 31, 2019.
it's going to be a great time
so happy you have found a window of opportunity to go
The Colorado trip begins!
Drew picked up Max this morning for the drive to Denver.
We will meet up again on the 9th.
He has three full riding days planned.
It is going to be another great ride.
it's great when i a plan comes together
enjoy every mile
Be safe and ride hard!
Max has made it to Missouri!
That's an area I have wanted to explore for a long time now.
I would like to ride the area, but won’t be rejoining the scooter until it gets to Colorado.
I am flying there and back, so no sightseeing other than what we do out there.
It's going to be fantastic
One day we must see the Ozarks
The museum in Leesville is an interesting stop for history of the area from gold mining to moly mining including the highest opera house in the US.
Can't wait to see what you guys come up with on those beautiful CO roads.
Looking forward to seeing that report!
sam, ya ought to drag ripper out to CO and shit in the ride that is their cheerios
Sam, and you too Colby, would be welcome to visit and ride with us on this quick, 5 day trip.
Regardless of your chosen ride.
thank you, unfortunately, im so locked up at work its silly.
boss leaves today til monday.
bosses kid leaves monday til the next monday
other dude leaves that next tuesday for 10 days
other mechanic leaves when he gets back for 5 days.
me? no time off!!! i work too damn much.
The Maxi Scoots rally is in the Ozarks this year, Sept 8-13: http://maxi-scoots.com/scoot/index.php?board=50.0
Colby, I understand.
I have at least ten active projects at the moment.
Those include two new houses and the remainder are additions and renovations.
Probably 5 million dollars worth of construction.
At least six months worth of work.
And I have nobody to help me with the drafting.
But I learned a few years ago that I need to do things I enjoy, even if it means that the work has to be set aside for stretches of time.
It helps that I own the business.
And I tell all the new clients about my arrangement with myself.
They have all been quite patient with this deal since 2014.
It keeps me sane.
I have a Mityvac hand powered vacuum, and also a small siphon from Home Depot, that can easily take out an ounce to a few ounces of oil.
Makes for a much cleaner correction.
I have a small hand pump that I used to drain oil in Rocket for the past 13 years.
But when I tried to get it to the oil sump in the Yamaha, I couldn't find the path.
So I loosened the drain plug and let some oil out. It was quite clean.
I ended up using that overfilled oil in my lawn mower, so no loss either.
If you can get the hose to the sump in the Yamaha, I would like to know how you got it to work.
Wish I could Bill, thanks for the offer!!
Not that you need my input on this for I'm sure you guys already have a route planned,
but they're are some good gov't resources for trip planning...
Again Bill, safe travels my friend, I sure look forward to what you'll show us when you get back.
My bad, I didn't realize you were talking about your Yamaha. I did that on my GTS.