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Old 10-15-2008, 10:19 AM   #41
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according to those of you who rode barber with SBT you must have it wired to run in the A group?
and have silicone on your oil cap thingy as well. Not sure why Advanced was required to have this and not the other groups though.

I so miss that happy place(barber)
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Old 10-15-2008, 10:38 AM   #42
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I found this website on how to safety wire your bike. But it's from a canadian website. Close enough i think. Figure it will be some help to those who are looking for safety wire their bike.

http://www.emra.ca/Tech%20Tips/Tech%20Tips.htm

I am gonna safety wire some of the oil drain plugs and radiator plugs just in case. I don't want to lose any oil and liquids on track nor on street and left stranged. Glad that I don't have to do the whole bike just yet.
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Old 10-15-2008, 10:46 AM   #43
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That's a good article. thank you.
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Old 10-15-2008, 10:53 AM   #44
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Aight im off tomorrow, I have the wire and several drills. You got the wire tool or any bits? You have done this before or are we gonna be stabbin in the wind?

definetely stabbing at it.
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Old 10-15-2008, 01:35 PM   #45
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if u guys want sum help... supply the herb and ill bring the tools & wisdom
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Old 10-15-2008, 01:39 PM   #46
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if u guys want sum help... supply the herb and ill bring the tools & wisdom
moocher!
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Old 10-15-2008, 01:39 PM   #47
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if u guys want sum help... supply the herb and ill bring the tools & wisdom
moocher!

or i should say, "cheap "
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Old 10-15-2008, 01:47 PM   #48
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if u guys want sum help... supply the herb and ill bring the tools & wisdom
im whacky backy free! but ill buy yours and sip on some body warming finely aged cognac. when and where im there jody!
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Old 10-15-2008, 02:06 PM   #49
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Don't wire it like a noob, which means don't let a noob give you advice on how to do it. I see wire jobs all the time that can't keep a cheesy grade 2 nut from falling off a stationary wheelbarrow used as a garden planter.

Jody's been around a while, and I've seen his work. It gets better the more he inhales.
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Don't wire it like a noob, which means don't let a noob give you advice on how to do it. I see wire jobs all the time that can't keep a cheesy grade 2 nut from falling off a stationary wheelbarrow used as a garden planter.

Jody's been around a while, and I've seen his work. It gets better the more he inhales.
he also becomes less of an a$$hole as well
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he also becomes less of an a$$hole as well
this is true !
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moocher!

or i should say, "cheap "
how is that mooching. im trading them the use of my tools and my expertice. thats worth waaaaaay more than a few bong rips.

u need to go back to ur cage little boy. didnt ur momma ever tell u that children are to be seen, not heard.
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drillpress ftw
agreed thats the best way. but sum of us dont live at the Garage Mahal
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but some of us do have friends who are machinists, fabricators, ect.
well, maybe u can hook them up then
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how is that mooching. im trading them the use of my tools and my expertice. thats worth waaaaaay more than a few bong rips.

u need to go back to ur cage little boy. didnt ur momma ever tell u that children are to be seen, not heard.
jody u gonna help me out or what?
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jody u gonna help me out or what?
i can supply the tools, safety wire and the directions, but u have to do the drilling. and there has to be ganja there. ill bring my own accessories
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ok...whats your schedule look like? ill ask for someone to vouch for this man assuming he's not a copper?????
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Ill vouch for Jody NOT being a cop...lol
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