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Discussion in 'The Sandbox - AKA Flatistan' started by Huzband, Mar 3, 2014.
Rode, rode, rode. Rode past work. Rode during lunch. Even enjoyed the slow, trafficky ride home - it is SO good to be back on the bike.
Filled up coolant, changed the oil, and found out that I, in fact, CAN balance all my O'Reilly spoils on the tank (after rushing out of the house without a backpack). One of these days I'll get smart enough to put some bags on the bike.
Rebuilt clutch hydraulic system. Oring in the slave was bad and locking up. Replaced with 49cent oring from ACE while waiting on REAL parts to come. Clutch felt so good I thought it was still broke and keep bleeding. Tested it and WOW. Another one of those "I shuda done this sooner" thingys.
On other news the DR promised to Jeepgeek at the Trot is running great. New petcock and meticulous carb cleaning and she good to go. Next is fork seal replacement.
Fifty some miles of forest roads today. It was a beautiful morning to go for a ride!
Set the race-sag and static sag. Then, put it away until next weekend
Finally ordered a tank bag! ...And immediately thought of Beefcake trying to get a weekend's worth of stuff and tools into this tiny space.
I have two backpacks that i will bring to the next meeting to see if you want to borrow one.
Are they water resistant? I'm having anxiety thinking of riding without my faithful Billabong backpack.
1 is the other is not. I bring both and let you decide. You can always just put your items in a plastic bag and then put them in either backpack
Practiced my tree jumping in Ocala.
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Did this while watching Georgia kick Tennessee's ass.
You're not supposed to remove the cylinder head to change the oil!
And they say KTMs are maintenance intensive.
Busticated cam chain guide.
That thing's running rich as hell.
"They all do that."
Cheap ass cam chain guide!
You just can't get good German engineering anymore.
Installed a new front tire on the KTM since the old one is missing most of the side lugs. Replaced the slider and chain guide on the Yamaha, then loaded her up on the truck, all ready to go for an AM ride.