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Old 03-23-2007, 11:28 PM   #21
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well im leaving work at 2pm tomorrow. after that ill be free for a few hours while the war department still thinks im at work. tee hee.
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aiight then. Maybe we can get some others together around that time.

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Old 03-23-2007, 11:36 PM   #23
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my boss has an 05 interceptor. i keep trying to get his to come riding with us, but hes old and keeps driving his truck to work, and im not driving alllll the way out to santa fe for him to get his bike. but i think tomorrow hes riding to work. if you want you can meet me at my sonic and we can go from there if its not out of the way. he'll be coming from manvel. dunno, just an idea.
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Old 03-23-2007, 11:43 PM   #24
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i cant believe they actually gave a to try to find finger prints. My office was broken into and they told me to get a better location. Took my name and contact info and left............

Anyways glad they found it "lojack" sounds like it might be going on the stuntbike ............
Just like anything else...good officers will attempt to lift prints.....other ones wont. With the basic kits that we have you cant lift off all surfaces especially if they're wet, rough or really dirty.
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Old 03-23-2007, 11:53 PM   #25
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scary part was the steering was still locked. hmmm...methinks more and more someone has a key.....
Or they carried it away.

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Old 03-24-2007, 12:02 AM   #26
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kinda hard to carry a 400+ pound bike away without a scratch or a scuff mark anywhere, eh? another theory is they carefully put it in the back of a truck and strapped it down. htere werent even any scuff marks from laying it in a truck or anything. not even on the frame sliders.
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kinda hard to carry a 400+ pound bike away without a scratch or a scuff mark anywhere, eh? another theory is they carefully put it in the back of a truck and strapped it down. htere werent even any scuff marks from laying it in a truck or anything. not even on the frame sliders.
I think he's referring 2 -3 guys picking it up and putting it into a truck or van hauling it off. most likely thats what they did. Kept it on the sidestand or strapped it down, like one would normally do. Hence, no scratches.
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yeah. you guys got me wondering more and more about there being a wolf in the sheep flock.
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I say leave it out again and a whole bunch of us hide and if they try again we beat the living poo-poo out of them
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scary part was the steering was still locked. hmmm...methinks more and more someone has a key.....
shoulda left the bike sitting there, stake it out, and then charge the stupid morons who do this sh*t
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