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Old 01-05-2009, 06:54 PM   #61
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is this already set up? have tables been reserved?
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is this already set up? have tables been reserved?
Can you read Azzylum or do we need to call the war department and have her read it to you and interprete it into simple words you can understand?
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Can you read Azzylum or do we need to call the war department and have her read it to you and interprete it into simple words you can understand?
i can, just too lazy. that dern ADD thing.
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Great job, Brent! Thanks to all who joined us tonight, and special thanks to those that braved the cold and rode!(neo, get it fixed!) We'll do it again real soon!(i'm takin requests on dates) Mike, sorry we couldn't join ya'll tonight, i got another 16 to work tomorrow. thanks again, hope all had a great time...
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Yup..........good times, good beer and good company! I met a bunch of new people again and can't remember half of their names. Rather than make people feel left out, I'll just say it was good meeting you all (and seeing the ones I already knew)! Hey Flip, post up some of the pics you took. To everyone that posted later in the evening, sorry I didn't respond. I was already out and getting ready.


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I didn't get pics, but I went back up to Reno's and got a couple of video's that I will post up as soon as possible.

I had fun. Thanks guys (and girls!)
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great turn out.......... flip as usual thanks for having me out! Cant wit to do it again
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Was alot of fun. Thanks for the wings Flip good to finally meet some people from the board.
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Good meeting some new faces and had a fun ride back home. What a bunch of pansies to all those that didnt ride! LOL. jk

Big Bob maight take you up on that offer for the exaust. Thanks
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Old 01-06-2009, 01:42 PM   #71
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Good meeting some new faces and had a fun ride back home. What a bunch of pansies to all those that didnt ride! LOL. jk

Big Bob maight take you up on that offer for the exaust. Thanks
Might wanna consider getting the seat, chain and brake resevoir fixed while you're at it.
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Might wanna consider getting the seat, chain and brake resevoir fixed while you're at it.
Yeah your fixing it for me this weekend right
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Yeah your fixing it for me this weekend right
I just called around and no one has the bracket in stock. The best anyone can do is get it in by next week. If you want, we can go and get some bar stock aluminum and try to fab you one for now when you come over. And yes, I'm going to tighten and lube your chain.
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Cant we just make it out of toothpicks and gum? Like McGyver?
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Cant we just make it out of toothpicks and gum? Like McGyver?
I was thinking maybe old popsicle sticks? Seriously, that's pretty dangerous having that bracket broken. Not only could it drip on your paint and ruin it, but it could end up on a tire or your front brake discs and cause a nasty spill (especially at the speeds that you're starting to ride). Part of the job of us older riders is to look out for the safety of newer ones. Cosmetics are one thing, but I'll ride you pretty hard about safety. I don't want to see you get hurt over a $15 part.
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I was thinking maybe old popsicle sticks? Seriously, that's pretty dangerous having that bracket broken. Not only could it drip on your paint and ruin it, but it could end up on a tire or your front brake discs and cause a nasty spill (especially at the speeds that you're starting to ride). Part of the job of us older riders is to look out for the safety of newer ones. Cosmetics are one thing, but I'll ride you pretty hard about safety. I don't want to see you get hurt over a $15 part.
So anyway to ghetto rig it for tomorrow? We were thinking about riding down to crystal. Then I promise we can fix it right
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