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07-20-2010 12:42 AM
Lockjaw Ah yes. The neighbors.

I'll come up your way if you'll have me? We can knock the cowlings out in a few hours and then take a little ride? We might have enough bedliner for some neighborhood pets, too.



07-20-2010 12:21 AM
Mark B (4)
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Originally Posted by Lockjaw View Post
I'm kind of surprised as well.

What's your work schedule? I'd come up this weekend, but got mad commitments. We could do it on Monday if you want...I could cruise up to SR and bring the girls maybe? Karen wants to explore Santa Rosa anyway in prep for the move. Or you can come down here and not sweat as much.


Your call. Monday... GOOD... Explore, GOOD... Ride, GOOD. Or, I could come down there, and have your neighbor's bitch at us for working on the bikes... GOOD.

MB4
07-19-2010 11:39 PM
Lockjaw
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Originally Posted by Mark B (4) View Post
Dan,

Can't wait to see the project done! I am surprised that your bike is not in my garage doing this. If you need any help, I can come down, and drink your beer and race Frankie!

MB4
I'm kind of surprised as well.

What's your work schedule? I'd come up this weekend, but got mad commitments. We could do it on Monday if you want...I could cruise up to SR and bring the girls maybe? Karen wants to explore Santa Rosa anyway in prep for the move. Or you can come down here and not sweat as much.



07-19-2010 11:02 PM
Red Burrito
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Why thank you! It was totally original my idea
Ok ok I had the best of inspiration! I was just trying to find an excuse to use the pirate smily! LOL
07-19-2010 10:58 PM
Red Burrito
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Originally Posted by Mark B (4) View Post
Nice sig line!

MB4
Why thank you! It was totally original my idea
07-19-2010 10:52 PM
Mark B (4) Dan,

Can't wait to see the project done! I am surprised that your bike is not in my garage doing this. If you need any help, I can come down, and drink your beer and race Frankie!

MB4
07-19-2010 10:49 PM
Mark B (4)
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Yep this was the only part that stumped me for a few minuets to recall where it came from and went back to.
Nice sig line!

MB4
07-19-2010 10:42 PM
Lockjaw I've had the side plastics off a bunch of times so I know about the spacer. Don't understand it. But I know.



07-19-2010 10:39 PM
Red Burrito
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Originally Posted by rickkd6 View Post
No it's a piece of cake. Nothing tricky about it but at the top of the cowl where the upper fairing sits before you start removing stuff mentally note the location of the metal bushing/spacer. No biggie.
Yep this was the only part that stumped me for a few minuets to recall where it came from and went back to.
07-19-2010 10:37 PM
Lockjaw
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Originally Posted by SLO-KLR View Post
Yeah........well......... see..........a.................. LJ is kinda short on electrons so those loose ones needing a home are attracted to him.
That's the damn truth.



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