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Old 04-20-2012, 10:31 PM   #7321
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I'm riding over to get some oysters in the a.m. Tiger sauce is the shizzle Mike.
Glad you like it, Its a regular condiment on my table.
I'm heading to the coast in the early am with the wife and dog in the truck, probably be in the Coos Bay to Port Orford area,wave if ya see me.
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Old 04-20-2012, 10:51 PM   #7322
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Pman has the Triumph piston and rod for ya, hope it serves you better as a pull than the straw what broke my Tiger's heart.
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Old 04-20-2012, 11:38 PM   #7323
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We don't neeeeeddd.... no more trouble.... RIP Bob
Amen to that! my brother.
Until that day,,,
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Old 04-20-2012, 11:45 PM   #7324
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I'll drink a few more beers here pretty quickly,,
you'll have an opportunity to witness industrial waste water in action!
I guess the cleanup is your problem/study case.
good luck with that, I can ride to a desert, and piss a whole new river,,given enuff beers!
Where do you think canyons come from?

not erosion by itself,, it had beer drinkers in aid of the process!
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Old 04-21-2012, 06:48 AM   #7325
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Well, we are looking at consumptive uses, but I think the term conservation measures may not be well received or necessary to apply here.....
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Old 04-21-2012, 07:46 PM   #7326
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Old 04-21-2012, 10:31 PM   #7327
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Good to see you to lookin' all sterilized and all. You wouldn't happen to know the make and model of those machines would you? There was no information on the end we were looking at. I'll let you know about the tour but for now think I'm good. The class is industrial water so we just needed to see that in action.
No worries. The MFG is Belimed. The model number I can look up for you Monday. I have the full cut sheets and numbers in my office and I'd be happy to share them. We also have high speed cart washers and washer disinfectors if you want to take a peek. Your class has come through several times and some of their recommendations have helped save us money and needless waste. Consider me happy to help.
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Old 04-21-2012, 10:55 PM   #7328
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No worries. The MFG is Belimed. The model number I can look up for you Monday. I have the full cut sheets and numbers in my office and I'd be happy to share them. We also have high speed cart washers and washer disinfectors if you want to take a peek. Your class has come through several times and some of their recommendations have helped save us money and needless waste. Consider me happy to help.
Cool, any spec sheets and water use stuff would be great. Can you send them to me electronically (michael.n.mackie@gmail) or should I pick up hard copy? I would like to see the rest of your machines and how the process works. Monday or Wednesday mornings would work best for me.
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Old 04-22-2012, 12:05 AM   #7329
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water,,it'll rust yer pipes!

I had the day from Hell with the most stubborn tire I have ever tried to change! Rear Gripster/KLR,,,what a torture!
Somebody must have used crazy glue for a tire lube! (actually, it was blue liquid laundry soap,,NEVER AGAIN)
Glad I didn't have to do that on a rainy mountaintop 200 miles from nowhere!
I used ALL the bad words I know, and even invented a few!
Never been so happy to be finished with a task!
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Old 04-22-2012, 07:59 AM   #7330
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The last time I changed a tire by hand it was horrible, first tried it on top of a tote which was silly. Finally finished on the floor, only to find I'd put a bunch of holes in the tube. Wash rinse and repeat and now I have 3 tubes with holes in them. I ended up paying to have it done right.

This time I used my Craftsman work mate with a long bolt clamped in it and a couple blocks as a work station. Remembering something young Mr.Paxton told me, I didn't roll my tire spoons past 90 degrees and got the old Bridgestone off and new Metzler on. The only trouble I had was getting my size 3x dick beaters in the tire to insert the valve stem thru the rim.
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Old 04-22-2012, 06:29 PM   #7331
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Woo! Glad I can help Mike.
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Old 04-22-2012, 08:30 PM   #7332
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there's a tool for that valve stem installation,,a little screw with a cable or chain which is fed thru the hole in the rim, then screwed into the valve stem, and don't forget to put a retaining nut on the little cable first, so you can slide it down and attach it once the stem is pulled thru the hole.
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Old 04-22-2012, 09:22 PM   #7333
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I've seen those, but never seen one in use.
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Old 04-22-2012, 10:46 PM   #7334
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if you do your own tires,,get one!
They are expensive for what they are, I made mine, and though it doesn't swivel as well as store bought, it works!
NO MORE PINCHED KNUCKLES from reaching inside a stiff sidewalled fat knobby tire to poke that little bastard stem into the hole.(then losing it,, and then it sucks back into the tire because you only have 2 hands and one of them is pinched between rim and tire)
I'll show you the one I made when I seeya.
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Old 04-23-2012, 09:39 AM   #7335
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if you do your own tires,,get one!
They are expensive for what they are, I made mine, and though it doesn't swivel as well as store bought, it works!
NO MORE PINCHED KNUCKLES from reaching inside a stiff sidewalled fat knobby tire to poke that little bastard stem into the hole.(then losing it,, and then it sucks back into the tire because you only have 2 hands and one of them is pinched between rim and tire)
I'll show you the one I made when I seeya.
Peterman's online machine shop needs to advertise and sell those; also the KLR tuletoob, and I have an idea for a first aid kit tube thingy that goes where the emissions evap can used to live.

I'll take my consultants fee in merch, thanks.
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