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Discussion in 'Tejas and the Gulf States' started by k7, Nov 17, 2018.

  1. k7

    k7 Almost retired..tick..tick..

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    I’m in Phoenix AZ.

    My wife prepared an extra casserole for an elder neighbor and when I walked it down to her house, I see this rig parked just outside of my house. Anyone know who this belongs to?

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    Nice Toyota and setup!
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  2. DirtyDog

    DirtyDog Omnia mea mecum porto Supporter

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    Dunno, but who loads their bike onto a hitch carrier from the right side? Likely an Australian. :dunno
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  3. k7

    k7 Almost retired..tick..tick..

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    Dave from Corpus Christie TX. We talked just now...he’s visiting his brother and our neighbor Joe. Nice guy.
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  4. BlkDakDave

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    Hello Jerry,
    Yes it was very nice talking with you. I also want to thank you for the notoriety on ADR.

    To answer DirtyDog's question, I'm not Australian, just a left-handed Texan. Actually, I had taken the ramp apart and when I put it back together I found that I had it assembled facing the opposite direction. Kind of like showing off the mega bomb header and muffler so I left it that way. Don't judge me bro!

    Looking forward to making more adventures in Arizona while I'm here for the next several weeks.
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  5. DirtyDog

    DirtyDog Omnia mea mecum porto Supporter

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    I’ve never done ANYTHING like that before. :*sip*

    It’s funny to see that because I recently lectured my SO about a music video where a kid is pushing his motorbike from the right side while his love interest walks on the left. I said that it would never happen like that because nobody pushes a bike opposite the side stand. She thinks they did it just to drive people like me crazy. :baldy
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    k7 Almost retired..tick..tick..

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    Nice to meet you too. Have fun while you’re here!
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  7. BlkDakDave

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    Besides being left handed I'm also vertically challenged. With the front brake lever on the outside I can better control the motorcycle when loading or off loading.

    I know what you're talking about catching oddball things in commercials or shows. As a retired firefighter, it's hard for me to watch a show or movie about emergency response. And, then the wife gets tired of my critiquing. So I end up in the garage listening to a talk show on the radio.
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