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Author Topic: And TMax Makes Three  (Read 6488 times)
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« Reply #60 on: October 16, 2020, 02:38:31 AM »

In a welcome turn of events, the Yamaherd recently moved in to new quarters. I was very fortunate to be in the right place at the right time when a 750 square foot rental unit became available on short notice. With our cabin having no garage and little storage space, we had postponed any decision about construction on our property due to both contractor availability and cost. Now we are in the process of consolidating multiple storage units into a combined warehouse (back), workshop (left), and garage (center and right) with lights, 120 and 240 volt outlets, and skylights. Plans for garage/storage construction on our property are on hold, perhaps permanently.

Lots of work remains setting the place up; it's still a mess. Fortunately, the new unit is only a few paces from three significantly smaller units, so much of the moving required little time. Not visible in the photo is a steel walk-in door, which has new, high-quality security doorknob hardware and a re-keyed deadbolt, to the left of the 12x12 roll-up garage door. Just for fun, I might set up a switch and plug in the lighted, plastic Christmas figures above the office; an outlet is nicely located near them.

With a new workshop available and a long delayed package finally arriving in the mail, one of my first projects was a small one to replace the TMax mirrors. The plastic covering the mirror stalks cracked in several locations. The mirror glass and rubber boots had also seen better days.

The OEM replacement would have required only a few minutes under almost any circumstances, but having all of my tools readily available was a pleasure.

After the mirror replacement, I decided a 100 mile TMax ride would be a blast.

The ride was indeed a blast!


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