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    Jim, you know, "that windshield" has seen a lot...

    Jim, you know, "that windshield" has seen a lot of really great ridding and collected a substantial sampling of entomologic specimens from across this country. What a shame to to replace it with...
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    Hi Roy, Just waking from my winter slumber and...

    Hi Roy,

    Just waking from my winter slumber and getting my ridding legs under me. So a tune up at your place...... I've seen you tuned up before..... Tell me more, where and what time?
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    Jim, you've been digging deep in the archives! ...

    Jim, you've been digging deep in the archives! I'd forgotten about this post, but certainly not about the roads in the area. It's about time to find some of these spots again. I think the next few...
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    Red, it's a great ride and well worth the time. ...

    Red, it's a great ride and well worth the time. Ditto what others have posted. I did it back in 2000 on a KLR, I had plans of doing some fire trails but ended up staying on pavement except for...
  5. Thread: River House

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    Two thumbs up on that shot!

    Two thumbs up on that shot!
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    My condolences Roy.

    My condolences Roy.
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    Welcome aboard!

    There's a lot of knowledge on this form freely handed out by some great folks. I've learned a lot from people here and those I've met through the MOA rallies, don't be shy about asking questions or...
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    Tom, with roads like that you should at least...

    Tom, with roads like that you should at least look like you are enjoying the ride!:brow

    Great shots as usual, thanks for sharing with us.

    I may be out in your part of the country for a couple...
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    Thumbs up Jim! Thanks for taking the time to...

    Thumbs up Jim! Thanks for taking the time to share these great shots and words with us. Can't wait to see the Big Bend shots.
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    Thumbs up on the poem

    Merry Christmas to ya' all down there in Texas from a snowbound, shovel totin', driveway scrapin' midwest airhead.

    Wish Bob and Gloria a Merry Christmas for me, thanks!

    Dave
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    Great shots! The seminars offered through Dgrin...

    Great shots! The seminars offered through Dgrin look outstanding. Thanks for passing on the info.
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    Looks like one more place I need to go someday. ...

    Looks like one more place I need to go someday. Thanks Bob!
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    Great shots Bob, thanks for posting.

    Great shots Bob, thanks for posting.
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    Welcome

    Welcome aboard! You'll find a lot of really helpful and knowledgeable folks around here, many of them have helped me.

    Enjoy!

    Dave
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    Yes, sort of. As long as the camera doesn't...

    Yes, sort of. As long as the camera doesn't focus on the polarizer, and as long as the camera meter can meter properly through the filter. Some camera meters don't like some polarizing filters and...
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    Improvised polarizing filter

    Hand holding a polarizing filter in front of a point and shoot camera will be cumbersome, at best. But, if you want to give it a try, you might try this: set your point and shoot camera to...
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    Wow! Great stuff!

    Wow! Great stuff!
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    Looks like a nice rally, thanks for taking the...

    Looks like a nice rally, thanks for taking the time to show all of us.
  19. Thanks all, but keep the options comming

    Last night I talked with my wife ( I'm on the road for business right now) and she said she left a quartz work light face down on my R90/6 saddle, pluged in..... Yep, it burned the passanger portion...
  20. Replacement saddles for R90/6

    My R90/6 is in need of a new saddle. To be truthful, itÔÇÖs my bum that needs a new saddle. IÔÇÖve been using a gel pad for longer rides, itÔÇÖs much better than nothing, but it just...
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    That was fun, thanks for taking us along.

    That was fun, thanks for taking us along.
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    Shortly after I purchased my R90/6 I replaced the...

    Shortly after I purchased my R90/6 I replaced the original shocks with Progressives, it made a huge difference in the ride. I've just replaced the fork springs with Progressives, again, it made a...
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    Thanks all! I just rebuilt my forks and also...

    Thanks all!

    I just rebuilt my forks and also installed a pair of Progressive springs. My manual (or at least the portion I read) suggested an amount about 2 inches from the bottom of a welding...
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    Thanks!

    Thanks!
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    R90/6 fork oil volume???

    Does anyone on the forum know how much fork oil is supposed to be in each fork tube on a 1976 R90/6? My Haynes manual is a bit unclear on this. Thanks!
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