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Old 02-11-2017, 01:10 PM   #41
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Old 02-11-2017, 02:54 PM   #42
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Amazing job your doing Oakley...when you get done im going to have a tribute ride for you and title it "MotoHoustons Lady of the Year Ride"...keep up the great work...the crowd is impressed...

But can we call it woman of the year instead? Ladies don't like to get their hands dirty.
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Tell me when your ready...
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Might be sooner than you think. She's off the blocks!

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I'm VERY impressed as well! Great job!
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No T, moving along very well... for the second time!
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I see a ride coming soon...congrats
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Assembly complete! Started right up no problem! Now I gotta give her one of a bath, clean and lube the chain, bleed the rear brakes, adjust the throttle and brake cables,and... wow, that's it. Though I may tighten the steering up a bit. Feels too loose for my liking. Then I gotta get her down to the boys for a proper inspection. Putting all the fairing on in the dark was not fun.









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Just gotta wait for my new helmet to arrive. Should be here by Friday. I can ask for the 26th off.
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Just gotta wait for my new helmet to arrive. Should be here by Friday. I can ask for a specific day off not this coming week, but the week after, 26th-4th, so just let me know when.
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Just gotta wait for my new helmet to arrive. Should be here by Friday. I can ask for a specific day off not this coming week, but the week after, 26th-4th, so just let me know when.
Im free every weekend...you pick which day since its in your honor...lol

Im off early on tues, thurs, and fri by 9 am if you want to ride then i can help you with some cornering techniques...
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... Then I gotta get her down to the boys for a proper inspection.]
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5.3 Rebuilt and Assembled Motorcycles

A rebuilt or assembled motorcycle is one that is assembled from two component parts - motor and frame. The frame number is required to be shown as the VIN on all motorcycles rebuilt or assembled since 1971. If an identifying number was not placed on the frame by the manufacturer or if the manufacturer's identification number has been removed or altered, an assigned VIN must be obtained from the department.
An application for Texas title covering a motorcycle when the transaction involves a change of either the motor or frame or the assembling of both must include:
• Application for Texas Title, Form 130-U;
• Evidence of ownership covering the motor and frame. The evidence may be a vehicle title, Component Part(s) Bill of Sale, Form VTR-63, or a Rebuilt Vehicle Statement, Form VTR-61, establishing ownership in the applicant's name. Any bill of sale or statement must show the description of the vehicle that the component part was removed from and the title number of that vehicle;
• Pencil tracings or photographs of both the motor number and the frame number of the vehicle, regardless if the change involves one or the other, or the assembling of both. The motor number or frame number should be indicated on each pencil tracing or photograph;
• If a pencil tracing or photograph are not possible, a Statement of Physical Inspection, Form VTR-270, must be submitted;
• Copy of the current registration receipt;
• Photograph of the vehicle;
• If an assigned number is required, the Notice of Assigned Number or Installation of Reassigned Vehicle Identification Number, Form VTR-68-N; and
• If an assigned number is obtained, a copy of the Application for Assigned or Reassigned Number, Form VTR-68-A.
The title for a 1971 or subsequent year model motorcycle must cover the frame; and the title for a 1970 or prior year model motorcycle may cover either the motor or the frame, depending on whether the vehicle was titled under the motor number or the frame number. Therefore, the following situations may occur when a component part is changed or when a motorcycle is assembled:
• A vehicle title in the name of the applicant is presented to the tax assessor-collector, recording the frame number, and a bill of sale or an assigned title recording the motor number is presented as evidence for the motor. In this situation, an application for corrected Texas title should be filed to record the “reconstructed” remark. The application should show the same vehicle description as recorded on the title covering the frame. Although the vehicle description remains unchanged on the subsequent title, the department's record reflects the motor number from the new installed motor. When the assigned title is used as a bill of sale for a motor, the title should be marked “motor only” and attached to the title transaction. The department then cancels that title.
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• A vehicle title in the name of the applicant is submitted for the motor, and a bill of sale is surrendered for the frame. In this situation, the department handles the transaction as a frame change, and an application for corrected Texas title must be filed to correct the description of the vehicle. The application must show the make, year model, and VIN of the frame.
• A vehicle title in the name of the applicant is submitted for the motor and an assigned title is surrendered for the frame. In this situation, the title for the frame should be transferred into the applicant's name. The transaction should be handled as a “reconstructed,” and the title covering the motor should be marked “Retained Motor Only” and attached to the transaction for cancellation. The department then cancels that title and marks the frame’s vehicle record as title surrendered.
• If the evidence of ownership covering each component part (motor and frame) is assigned to the applicant, the department handles the transaction as a “Reconstructed” or “Assembled.” A photograph of the vehicle must be attached to the title transaction, and if the photograph reveals that the vehicle represents an established “make” of motorcycle, the application for Texas title will be processed as a “Reconstructed” showing the make, year model, and VIN of the frame. If the photograph reveals that the vehicle does not represent an established “make” of motorcycle or if the frame was not manufactured by an established motorcycle manufacturer, the make should be shown as “ASVE” (Assembled), and the year model shown as the year in which the vehicle was assembled.
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