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Old 03-02-2008, 01:20 AM   #1531
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Call me when you guys are ready to go and we'll rock out with our c--ks out.
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Old 03-02-2008, 05:26 AM   #1532
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Call me when you guys are ready to go and we'll rock out with our c--ks out.
greeeaaaatttttt, I'll be stuck with an airman with his pecker hanginig out and a seaman.....









I'll be heading North in about an hour
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Old 03-02-2008, 06:00 AM   #1533
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greeeaaaatttttt, I'll be stuck with an airman with his pecker hanginig out and a seaman.....









I'll be heading North in about an hour
Sounds like I'll be hookin up with you guys somewhere. I'm going to get in my mtb training ride this morning and roll down just after lunch (with GYO not ridin bitch I hope).
I'll let you guys take care of all your riding with exposed body parts before we get there.
TT, I aint no stinkin seaman. I'm a Naval waviator.
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Old 03-02-2008, 06:06 AM   #1534
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Sounds like I'll be hookin up with you guys somewhere. I'm going to get in my mtb training ride this morning and roll down just after lunch (with GYO not ridin bitch I hope).
I'll let you guys take care of all your riding with exposed body parts before we get there.
TT, I aint no stinkin seaman. I'm a Naval waviator.
look, while GYO is ridin' bitch, tell him to keep his hands ABOVE your seat.

I am bringing the Tusk guards wiff me.

I am gonna meet Rico at the Cycle Gear store around 1015-1030.
So if any late joiners wish to meet, that would be the place. OH, the one in FayetteNam.
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Old 03-02-2008, 06:35 AM   #1535
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Truckin, Rico I'll be at cycle gear by 10:30.

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Old 03-02-2008, 06:58 AM   #1536
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You guys suck. I did put on a new clutch lever and change the oil. Had to test it out so some hot laps around the neighborhood to piss off the neighbors at 9am on a Sunday. Now thats what I call an alarm clock.
Well I will be rolling out of the house between 1 and 1:30, after I get home form church. I will see you guys at Skyland SC around 2ish, unless someone tells me something different.

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Old 03-02-2008, 07:32 AM   #1537
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Hey Tarheel_Wheeler, I have a 5.1 width K270 rear. It is used, but has lots of tread left. I used to have it on my KLX250S before I switched to the K760 Trak Master II. I have front and rear, both are in good shape. I can't remember the front width, and I'm too lazy right now to go check.

Give a yell if you want them. Or any of you other FF's that might want them too, you are welcome to them. You can swing by and pick them up or I can bring them down in the truck the next time I ride down your way.
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Old 03-02-2008, 09:26 AM   #1538
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Hey Tarheel_Wheeler, I have a 5.1 width K270 rear. It is used, but has lots of tread left. I used to have it on my KLX250S before I switched to the K760 Trak Master II. I have front and rear, both are in good shape. I can't remember the front width, and I'm too lazy right now to go check.

Give a yell if you want them. Or any of you other FF's that might want them too, you are welcome to them. You can swing by and pick them up or I can bring them down in the truck the next time I ride down your way.
NB, Thanks. I'll take em both. That is if the front size is right. I'll come up and get em next week. When you goin to come ride with us? Thx Bro.
? - What's an 02 KTM 525 EXC worth? Any issues with em?
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Old 03-02-2008, 09:38 AM   #1539
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NB, Thanks. I'll take em both. That is if the front size is right. I'll come up and get em next week. When you goin to come ride with us? Thx Bro.
The front is a 3.25-21, and the rear is a 5.10-18. Both are in very good shape.

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? - What's an 02 KTM 525 EXC worth? Any issues with em?
I don't know, maybe check over at KTM Talk or maybe ThumperTalk in the KTM RFS section. They could certainly tell you if there are any year-specific gotchas to watch out for.
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Old 03-02-2008, 09:43 AM   #1540
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As far as riding, I'd love to get down there and do more of the robco trail and especially would like to check out Rico's top secret area. But this past weekend, I was in Tennessee at Coal Creek OHV area at Neduro's off-road clinic. That was a blast and I learned a lot. Today I'm practicing for a hare scramble coming up next weekend. Somehow I let a riding buddy talk me in to it. I gots to practice this weekend and next week so I can hopefully survive the 2 hours of racing. This will be my first race, so I'm just going to take it easy and take it all in, not put any pressure on myself but it would be nice to not come in last, but that is actually 3rd on my priority list.
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Old 03-02-2008, 10:13 AM   #1541
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Hare Scrambles

You need to hook up with James at Mattisons. He can teach you alot about the racing gig.

TW: I can haul those tires down next trip if they are here ir Raleigh area.
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Old 03-02-2008, 04:19 PM   #1542
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The front is a 3.25-21, and the rear is a 5.10-18. Both are in very good shape.



I don't know, maybe check over at KTM Talk or maybe ThumperTalk in the KTM RFS section. They could certainly tell you if there are any year-specific gotchas to watch out for.
Thanks NB. PM me your phone number. That's the exact sizes I wanted to get.
Thanks EDK. I'll let you know.
You guys missed a great ride today. Me, Rico, TT, T6D and GYO blasted around the "You Know Where" trails. Don't remember anyone taking any pics other than the farewell ADVRider salute pic. Rico did take some videos though.
Come on Rico post that crap.
Great ride guys!
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Old 03-02-2008, 04:20 PM   #1543
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As far as riding, I'd love to get down there and do more of the robco trail and especially would like to check out Rico's top secret area. But this past weekend, I was in Tennessee at Coal Creek OHV area at Neduro's off-road clinic. That was a blast and I learned a lot. Today I'm practicing for a hare scramble coming up next weekend. Somehow I let a riding buddy talk me in to it. I gots to practice this weekend and next week so I can hopefully survive the 2 hours of racing. This will be my first race, so I'm just going to take it easy and take it all in, not put any pressure on myself but it would be nice to not come in last, but that is actually 3rd on my priority list.
NB, Where's your Hare Scramble?
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Old 03-02-2008, 05:11 PM   #1544
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Daniel's Ridge, near Taylorsville. I've never been there before.
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Old 03-02-2008, 06:04 PM   #1545
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43 tons of the green stuff,and I'm back in da house!..........Hey,TW,that 18" rear 270 that NB has is the ticket!
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