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 on: Today at 08:22:20 PM 
Started by JBCrabbypants - Last post by Dan
Furthermore, if you swap out that English bike for a Japanese you could have a WWII Axis garage.

Could you even make an Allied garage?  You've got Harley or Indian, and of course Triumph but I can't think of a French motorbike.

 on: Today at 08:20:11 PM 
Started by JBCrabbypants - Last post by Dan
Also, and this may never happen again, I have has many motorcycles as JB in my garage.  Happy riding!

 on: Today at 08:19:07 PM 
Started by JBCrabbypants - Last post by Dan
I think that'a a real nice mix of bikes.  I would have a great riding any one of them.  How has the Thruxton been so far?

Do you know what it is about those BMW's that Teresa likes so much or why it has her attention?

 on: Today at 07:27:01 PM 
Started by JBCrabbypants - Last post by JBCrabbypants
Our diminishing fleet of motorcycles has taken on a definite European flavor. For the first time in....well..forever,
there are no Asian machines in our garage. Of course, that situation will eventually change, but for a while at least, it's 'Euro' all the way.

After recently selling her Harley, Teresa is on a half-hearted hunt for a late 60's-mid-70's BMW. Probably a 750-900 /6 would be ideal for her, something in good running and cosmetic order, as stock as possible.

 on: Today at 07:15:19 PM 
Started by davew - Last post by Virginian
Well this isn't a pet but this little fellow bounced off the cabin last evening and was stunned. He was still there this morning so I scooped him up in a dust pan and took him to the woods for shade where he promptly flew away to a tall tree. I hope I gave him a fighting chance in life.

He was ornery and wanted a piece of me. He flipped on his back and went into full attack mode. (as he should)

 on: Today at 06:55:16 PM 
Started by Dan - Last post by Dan
I was just thinking, this Interceptor is the first bike I ever bought where it wasn't practical at any level for my needs and that I didn't analyze for weeks/months before purchase.  I think this went down in less than a week and the only reason it took that long is because originally I was going to buy one that was in Altoona, PA but was having trouble getting it shipped and coordinating with the current owner.  The one I bought was a mere fifty miles from me, I saw it for sale late Wednesday night, contacted the owner Thursday, checked it out on Friday and purchased it on Saturday.  Special call out to Paul, he gave up his free time and trailer to help me get it home.

By the way, I've got it insured and registered and have had some modest seat time so far.  Love it, write up to come in the future.

Maggie, I'm having trouble finding a helmet.  Found two, one is pricier and discontinued and hard to find, the HJC Pro Darter and the other is an AFX.  I didn't really care for my other AFX helmet but this a better model, the FX-105.  It's much cheaper so I may go that way.

 on: Today at 03:59:28 AM 
Started by Dan - Last post by Maggie
Such a bad ass bike.

 on: Today at 03:59:01 AM 
Started by minimac - Last post by Maggie
Damn, you're the man!!  I bow down to thee.

 on: Today at 03:13:42 AM 
Started by Buffalo - Last post by Buffalo
This is the image of me using the setup on the bolt. The 32 mm socket is a 1/2 drive and the extension is a 3/8 so it goes through the socket to reach the smaller bolt.

 on: Today at 02:56:45 AM 
Started by Buffalo - Last post by Buffalo
If you look close at the image you will see I ground flats on the sides of the socket so I could hold it with a Crescent wrench.

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