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Old 09-13-2014, 07:19 AM   #1121
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Old 09-26-2014, 08:00 PM   #1122
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Changed fork seals today. Lets hope the All seals are better than the OEM Honda ones. I was pretty disappointed they they only made it a year.
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Old 09-27-2014, 01:53 PM   #1124
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Installed some beautifully crafted lowering links on my wife's CBR 250r.

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Old 09-27-2014, 03:01 PM   #1126
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Tranny gears... it's too hot to work in the garage, so I moved the motor into my office.
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I put a mini-split ac system in my garage. No more sauna.
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I put a mini-split ac system in my garage. No more sauna.
Not a bad idea. I considered a window unit, but with a windowless garage, didn't want to cut a huge hole in the brick veneer. I'll have to research the mini split. It looks like a miniature version of a home AC? So you just have to run the hi and lo lines through the wall?
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Not a bad idea. I considered a window unit, but with a windowless garage, didn't want to cut a huge hole in the brick veneer. I'll have to research the mini split. It looks like a miniature version of a home AC? So you just have to run the hi and lo lines through the wall?
Yes you put one hole in the wall for refrigerant lines, drain line, and control wire to go through. You run power to the outdoor unit and the control wires from the outdoor unit power the indoor wall mount.
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Yes you put one hole in the wall for refrigerant lines, drain line, and control wire to go through. You run power to the outdoor unit and the control wires from the outdoor unit power the indoor wall mount.
I purchased a portable and just crack garage door for exhaust air. Was $200 at HD. No wall cutting.
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I purchased a portable and just crack garage door for exhaust air. Was $200 at HD. No wall cutting.
Only bad thing about using a portable like that is they exhaust the heat out under the door then it pulls air from the outside back into the garage. It will never condition the space like a ductless mini-split. A portable is OK for temporary use and spot cooling.
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Only bad thing about using a portable like that is they exhaust the heat out under the door then it pulls air from the outside back into the garage. It will never condition the space like a ductless mini-split. A portable is OK for temporary use and spot cooling.
Dont ever use that door so ran a piece of foam backer across it with hole for exhaust. Pretty "redneck", but works. The hole in the wall idea was killed by the wife. I say killed being polite cause she said "NFW"!!!!!
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