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Old 01-25-2010, 09:07 AM   #11806
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Big bike only for me. There is getting to be fewer to ride with these days.
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Old 01-25-2010, 09:10 AM   #11807
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Originally Posted by traveltoad
Oh no... not another one!!

Toad....get your thumper....let's ride.... ...
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Old 01-25-2010, 09:10 AM   #11808
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Big bike only for me. There is getting to be fewer to ride with these days.
oh hell, I can't ride with these guys anyway
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Old 01-25-2010, 09:17 AM   #11809
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Oh no... not another one!!
Aaron I got one for ya....... Little WRR would be great in your garage...
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Old 01-25-2010, 09:23 AM   #11810
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It's like Xymo was covered in poo!

Fixed.

Little bit of mud is fun...that much mud...not so fun. Was thinking of doing something similar, but wimped out when I walked outside in the morning. Brrrrrr.

Hope you can fix your case. Maybe a good welder can patch it up for you.

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Old 01-25-2010, 09:28 AM   #11811
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....great report Xymo....you are a madman....
+1!

I decided to pass on riding in the mud this past w/e and watched the 2 championship games and Anaheim II. Also caught up on some needed wrenching on all bikes. Anaheim II was great, Stewart salvaged some points and is still in the hunt!

I was rooting for the old man, but the Vikes lost. Go Saints, they looked great yesterday! I think we'll finally see a rock 'em sock 'em Superbowl for a change!
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Old 01-25-2010, 09:32 AM   #11812
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I took a couple of pics of one cool section we did.

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Stream we had to cross to get up the hill.
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Old 01-25-2010, 11:16 AM   #11813
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06 YZ-450 Anniversary edition 45 hours

I know this is about rides but I really would like to sell my bike to one of you guys were I can keep my eye on it. Make sure you don't scratch it .
I really love this bike and don't want to sell it but MrsTahoeacr came up with the idea I could buy a new bike for my birthday and who am I to argue. I'd rather sell the 990 but then she would kill me.
3.2 gallon Clark tank
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48(new),49,50,51(new on bike),52(steel)rear sprockets. 49 is stock size
Pro taper bars with 909 pad and grips
Fastach hour meter has rpm, total time and job time(reset at oil changes)
2 extra air filters with 1 extra cage
new fork seals with 215.VM2.K5 Vibration Cancellation Fluid
will deliver to you fast guys(I will really show up)
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Clark is skinny

Goes as fast as you dare straight thru whoops


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Old 01-25-2010, 01:18 PM   #11814
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Quote:
Originally Posted by traveltoad
Oh no... not another one!!

ain't that a beatch...some people are not affected by the recession!..



Quote:
Originally Posted by johngil
Big bike only for me. There is getting to be fewer to ride with these days.

i'm sure there will be lots of fresh suckers!.......


Quote:
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will deliver to you fast guys(I will really show up)
$4,000.00
Comes with personnel riding instructions



jeff, can i just buy the riding lessons (delivered) and get the bike for free?
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Old 01-25-2010, 03:25 PM   #11815
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I know this is about rides but I really would like to sell my bike to one of you guys were I can keep my eye on it. Make sure you don't scratch it .
I really love this bike and don't want to sell it but MrsTahoeacr came up with the idea I could buy a new bike for my birthday and who am I to argue. I'd rather sell the 990 but then she would kill me.
3.2 gallon Clark tank
FMF powerbomb header
FMF Q-2 muffler/spark arrestor 95dba
ASV folding brake lever
Aluminum skid plate
48(new),49,50,51(new on bike),52(steel)rear sprockets. 49 is stock size
Pro taper bars with 909 pad and grips
Fastach hour meter has rpm, total time and job time(reset at oil changes)
2 extra air filters with 1 extra cage
new fork seals with 215.VM2.K5 Vibration Cancellation Fluid
will deliver to you fast guys(I will really show up)
$4,000.00
Comes with personnel riding instructions

Clark is skinny

Goes as fast as you dare straight thru whoops

You getting a berg Jeff?
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Old 01-25-2010, 03:26 PM   #11816
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I took a couple of pics of one cool section we did.

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I am jealous that I cant ride. 2-3 more weeks and I will be all healed.
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Old 01-25-2010, 04:30 PM   #11817
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I am jealous that I cant ride. 2-3 more weeks and I will be all healed.
570 is in my future. I was up on top of the porch yesterday knocking 4 foot icicles off of the roof and one fell right on the middle of my foot. I thought of you . Luckily, mines only bruised.
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Old 01-25-2010, 04:42 PM   #11818
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jeff, can i just buy the riding lessons (delivered) and get the bike for free?
Heck ya. Say 40 hours worth of lessons at a measly rate of $100 buck an hour. Even take you to a Supercross practice track now that you have been to the real thing. Xymotic was dangerously close to it on his Sunday ride. It's well hidden to keep people off of it.
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Old 01-25-2010, 04:45 PM   #11819
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I knew the desert was going to be good this weekend. While you guys were riding. I was on my roof from 8:00am to 5:00pm. I kept putting off since the summer. After the last few weeks of rain it had to be replaced. I replaced a 24 x 16 section of the roof. I had to replace everything from the plywood up. I hate to say this but I am so sore today. The up side of doing it myself, I saved a s load of cash. I know that it was done correct. The money I saved will go to some new gear. Ben
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Old 01-26-2010, 01:22 AM   #11820
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Aaron I got one for ya....... Little WRR would be great in your garage...

Dang, If only I had a garage...
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