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Discussion in 'The Sandbox - AKA Flatistan' started by Jack Daniel, Oct 27, 2008.
The big blocks wear more even for me
Of course, much harder compound I would imagine. Plus more contact patch. They are designed with heavier bikes in mind.
I may be making a mistake, we will see. I wonder how braking in the rain will go with ABS and a knob on pavement.
That fatty reminds me of the MT 21 pirelli. Worked great in the sugar. Wore like shit......
That's what I expect. So I pull it back off after the dirt ride, save it for the next one. Need to find a used 19", 17" set of wheels for this bike. It would be more fun on the road like that, and no more spooning!
Really liked my TKC 80s in the sand. Way better than the Saharas I put on first
Original equip on my Baghira; every other knob wore off they bounced so bad
What's the weight on that bike Jerry?
A little over 500 wet, that is what Honda says
That is surprising as the 2018 GSA weighs 535 while the old 1150 GSA was around 511 according to what I found.... I'd thought the AT would be lighter at 450-475....
Keep in mind that is wet. 5 gallons of fuel adds 35 lbs. The DCT with ABS is 534 wet. Without those options 503, according to Honda...Mine has the manual trans with ABS.
It doesn't feel that heavy to me. I laid it on the ground and was able to stand it back up by the grips while facing the bike. That is how I used to pick up the DRZ, they both lay very flat on the ground.
I see, I don't know if that is dry or wet weight on the GS's but when they take a dirt nap they normally don't lay all the way over and are fairly easy to pick up... If you're a weightlifter...
Jerry and Tai actually rode by Sunday
I had pretty much caught up with my buzz from HoJo's party Saturday by then though
Cool story Bro...
What else is going on Allen??
Not much Oscar
HoJo's still on my ass about renovating the house
Swear if the taxes weren't so cheap I'd just buy another one
Well, some women like nice kitchens and bathrooms, as not all of them want to cook over a campfire and wash up in a zinc tub....
Mata is looking at Tiny Houses for Live Oak. I said no smaller than 1000 Sqft
We are talking about adding another 2000 sqft on the shop and enclosing an area for the man cave
That is one nice looking shop already..
Guess I missed the pics of Jeff's shop
Got plenty of close relatives that live in Live Oak
One at the Daniel's Funeral Home
I'll have to look them up.
Jeffrey's shop Pic from the other thread
His name is Keith Daniel