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Old 07-11-2008, 03:08 PM   #41
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Old 07-11-2008, 03:18 PM   #42
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Black Eyed Pea parking lot is a V shape - Didn't want to fail to jump the bike and be stuck in the middle of the road. Also, Oso is heavy and I didn't want to drop him. No highway peg/frame sliders yet.

Tyme to Move had jumpers, but It was MY V-Max and I couldn't get to the battery... Had all the tools EXCEPT a 10mm wrench to get the seat off... I'm sure G-Man has told me 1000 times to turn the bike off with the key not the kill switch. Guess I should have listened - Only why start now?

A great big bear of a guy in a big truck with an Orange Coast Chopper shirt on, had tools and cables and we got Oso back on the road. He wouldn't accept lunch, but he did earn a big hug and my heart felt gratitude.

But let me be the first to thank all you jokers for posting... My measurements - For future referance - are KISS MY GRITS~
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Old 07-11-2008, 03:22 PM   #43
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Black Eyed Pea parking lot is a V shape - Didn't want to fail to jump the bike and be stuck in the middle of the road. Also, Oso is heavy and I didn't want to drop him. No highway peg/frame sliders yet.

Tyme to Move had jumpers, but It was MY V-Max and I couldn't get to the battery... Had all the tools EXCEPT a 10mm wrench to get the seat off... I'm sure G-Man has told me 1000 times to turn the bike off with the key not the kill switch. Guess I should have listened - Only why start now?

A great big bear of a guy in a big truck with an Orange Coast Chopper shirt on, had tools and cables and we got Oso back on the road. He wouldn't accept lunch, but he did earn a big hug and my heart felt gratitude.

But let me be the first to thank all you jokers for posting... My measurements - For future referance - are KISS MY GRITS~
The measurement thing was just a little humor. But I am glad you got it going. But do you really leave the key in the bike? You do know you live in Houston right?
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Old 07-11-2008, 03:29 PM   #44
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Old 07-11-2008, 03:33 PM   #45
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Old 07-11-2008, 03:50 PM   #46
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Dang, I just saw this. I ran up to 1960 @ 59 and got back a while ago...
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