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Discussion in 'Australia' started by dazza67, Nov 22, 2014.
Today I washed my bike after going for a ride the other day, I went from Paraburdoo to Onslow and back in a day, checked out the old Onslow gaol and surrounds. Bit going on there......
Yeah thats where i am at,
pull all the nav gear off it, drain all the fluids, grease bearings, pull out the swingarm and get some welding done to it, change the chain guide, clean out the carby check the float level change the jetting, air filter, change oil, check valve clearance, check the sag, change front brake pads, rear pads are probably worn out too, and later go buy a new helmet and boots
anyway i started but what annoys me a bit is i will do all this stuff then head back to work for 26 days
You could pay someone to do it, then you can ride it when you get back
Put it in the ute ready for an early start next Saturday morning .
The TTR250's final drive ratio was changed, which allowed me to fit the new Pirelli XCMH on...
Cleaned out the expansion chamber and muffler on the KX125- My son has started polishing them now...
And finished this (finally):
I probably should update my thread...........
Tested the new front fork oil and clean air filter.
Made it feel inadequate by perving on an XR400 while it had to sit there and watch.
<<<<< never tires of riding
always have a plan B..... make sure theres another one if one of 'em fucks up
26 days on.......... I see where the problem is, FIFO and DIDO can leave a bloke flat as a tack
Yeah i thought of doing that Doug, but they never really do stuff how i like it done.
Got my eye on some make it easier to work on the bike stuff for the garage too
Yep good point mate,
C'mon African Twin
That is more the cause i think and doing night shift over there too
Have to work out a better plan getting back into day mode,
that last night at work then on a plane then another plane then a 2 hour drive being awake for 36 hours sort of sucks a bit.
I just need a little concrete in the coffee and HTFU
rode Iva to work
I always found two stiff rum's before jumping on the plane worked to get a sleep on the way home............ flew to work for about 10 years all up....... the rum also allowed me to get on the plane, I detest the things
I hope your wife does not find out
Do the same thing as with rumbo's, flying does not worry me, plane got struck by lighting coming into land last week, done the landing out west, pilot had to gas it as roo's hopped out in front of the plane, lost hydraulics in a plane in WA / flap less landing apparently, landed with rumbo's in hand on that one, hostess did not give a fuck she was shitting, landed on strips in PNG that ran up hill, but the WTF best one was choppers side by side in PNG as we went in a nose dive over a cliff with pilots yelling yahoo and i thought so this is what Vietnam would have been like to some extent
Going to finish pulling all the stuff off the bike tonight and try out the underseat tank
TIG repaired rusted frames on 2 XR400 frames ready for blast n paint.
Whiist on the torch the postie arrived with the clutch master cylinder kit for the new to me 525.
Fixed a hand-me-down twin pot compressor for blast cabinet as the $80 bunnings job ran constantly trying to keep up, which it couldn't.
Maybe the last owner of the Kato should have read this thread, cause since I've had it and not yet ridden it, I've had to
replace wheel bearings,
de-gunk the the air filter and box, as in strip, scrape, brush, blast, degrease, and repaet twice to actually get it ALL out
replace top n bottom shock bearings, 2mm play is too much isn't it?
remove half a shovel full of north coast dirt from electrical connections.
replace headlight/horn combo switch,
New chain and sprockets, and actually tighten sprocket bolts
Repack swingarm bearings
Faaarrrrk can people be that fucking slack/stoopid
yep some ppl don't seem to care too much about their bikes
bought one with a UNF bolt for a sump plug once..... took forever to unwind that thing out without too much aluminium following it.....
Makes ya wonder for sure, seen some classics over year, just shake ya head & walk away :eek1
I hope it is the Sherco 300 sef-r you were looking at the other day and not your DR-Z otherwise you better pre-book the hospital bed
Rode it like I stole it and dropped it.
Man I feel so much beter after my week at work :eek1
Installed a new front rim on my 200 two stroke, but didn't notice that when I ordered the rim that it had 8mm spoke holes, and I had 6mm nipples, luckily I found some in the shed from a Kawasaki Tengai that were 8mm and fitted my spokes.
Fitted my new Screens For Bikes screen.