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Old 10-16-2016, 10:49 PM   #101
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The dreaded oil pan gasket i knew it from the start i should have done it first thing. Dam i am really kickin myself right meow. Droppin the trannsvesss....tranny. & jackin aaawww...up the engine. Wellll on the bright side if something ever goes wrong in the future i will be very confident in fixing it. I feel like a dam tweeker tho, jumping all over the place on my bus, i start to do this than i jump over to do that. I can't be the only one right.? F**k Me.
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Old 10-25-2016, 07:50 PM   #102
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I havent been doing to much been a little lazy mostly waiting for my new oil pan to come in, finally did. I would much rather pay $200 for a pan & gasket & do it over a few weeks, rather than 2k for someone else to do in a couple days. I dont know what else i can do i have done just about everything i can do to my bus besides change glow plugs. ithttp://


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Old 10-25-2016, 09:39 PM   #103
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Mmmmmmm...pretty! And is that a crotch rocket in your pocket, or...
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Old 10-25-2016, 10:51 PM   #104
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Mmmmmmm...pretty! And is that a crotch rocket in your pocket, or...
Their are indeed two large crotch rockets in their, ( 2) fJR1300's. Both are rideing to sturgis 2017. Me & the pop's.
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Old 10-26-2016, 10:40 AM   #105
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Nice rides. I'm an old YammerHammer guy myself. But I still prefer the two strokes that the Feds and the AMA basically banned. Rode F1, F2 and several Cafe classes for a number of years on a homebuilt 373cc that started life as an RD street bike. Scary little thing it was.
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Nice rides. I'm an old YammerHammer guy myself. But I still prefer the two strokes that the Feds and the AMA basically banned. Rode F1, F2 and several Cafe classes for a number of years on a homebuilt 373cc that started life as an RD street bike. Scary little thing it was.
I'm still kicking myself for not picking up some RD's and an RZ back when I was in Moto school. They used to be CHEAP.
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Old 10-26-2016, 03:58 PM   #107
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Nice rides. I'm an old YammerHammer guy myself. But I still prefer the two strokes that the Feds and the AMA basically banned. Rode F1, F2 and several Cafe classes for a number of years on a homebuilt 373cc that started life as an RD street bike. Scary little thing it was.
Maybe ama will bring back two strokes now that they are fuel injected.? i like cafe racers the guy i work for has a bike that is a good candidate for cafe overhaul. Im more of an enduro kinda guy, my dad is the street bike guy. i have a goal of oneday doing a baja 250 race than maybe oneday work up to the big bad 1000.
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Old 10-26-2016, 05:02 PM   #108
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I'm still kicking myself for not picking up some RD's and an RZ back when I was in Moto school. They used to be CHEAP.
my dad has told me similar stories about barns full of harleys in the 60s... he's still kicking himself. Apparently they used to pretty much give 'em away...
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my dad has told me similar stories about barns full of harleys in the 60s... he's still kicking himself. Apparently they used to pretty much give 'em away...
Until the mid-90's you had to REALLY want to ride a Harley to own one. Only the "real" bikers were messing with em much.
THen the doctors and lawyers started buying them. Now they're the Buicks of the motorcycle world. Geriatric, far from their roots, and mostly plastic from China.
I'd love to have old ww2 era flatheads piled in a barn, though! Maybe a few early Duo-Glides.
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I've only ridden one enduro in my life but I spent about a dozen years at motocross. Did ride a couple of ISDT qualifiers held at Fort Hood back in the '70's though. Best part was, since I rode a Husqvarna, I wound up pitting with Malcolm Smith and his riding buddy...Harvey Mushman. Very cool times.
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