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Old 11-29-2008, 06:43 PM   #1
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Talking Milestones

Couple milestones for me this week in regards to being a motorcycle owner.

The first one is that I successfully removed my rear wheel, got a new tire put on, put the wheel back on, adjusted chain tension etc. I know it's easy and that most of you can do that blind folded etc, etc, but I'm still proud :P

and my second milestone is that I finally figured out a way to get my kickstand down when I'm wearing my vertigo boots (short rider)

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So now your gonna keep the R6 right....no swapping to the short gixxer right???
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Old 11-29-2008, 06:52 PM   #3
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So now your gonna keep the R6 right....no swapping to the short gixxer right???
You bet. And I'm keeping the R6 at stock height.

I did however pick up another front seat that I will try shaving down and see how I like that.
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You bet. And I'm keeping the R6 at stock height.

I did however pick up another front seat that I will try shaving down and see how I like that.
Good to hear. Ya good luck on the seat thing. Not sure I would like it. R6 seats hard stiff as a board already. i need every piece of cushion i can get.
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