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  1. Thread: Us421

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    KY roads are thrilling and a little scary sometimes

    The only thing more frightening than the switch backs and dead possums was a women stopped in the middle of the road getting one for supper. Nothing against women, they're just usually the ones who...
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    Since your asking for thoughts

    I think you should get the r1200rt.
    * reliability is pretty much proven.
    * It's a real BMW engine.
    * You can actually change gears.
    * Depreciation is pretty much known on most existing models.
    *...
  3. Thread: brake pad squeal

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    Hi, I had the same problem

    Happened to me when I changed to new pads on a used bike I bought years ago. It wasn't squealing until I put the new ones on. I tried the grease on the back of the pads and cleaning the disc but it...
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    Are you sure?

    Do you know that the problem has gone away for sure? Have you ridden it at speed , 70mph or greater since?
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    Why use a motorcycle oil?

    And I say, thank you Kurt for you time and effort; you're a brave man. Your article created some informative debate.

    All this probably has been said before but I found this article interesting...
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    If around New Braunels, Texas or Taichung, Taiwan

    If ya want a good cheeseburger and fries........Freiheit Country Store is located just east of I35 at 2157 FM 1101 in New Braunfels, Texas.830-625-9400:usa

    Ribs and sausage ....Stop in at the...
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    650 has lots of go power

    I ride a 1150gs when I am in Taiwan, which looks like for the next ten years or until I kick the bucket. Anyway, I ride with a group every Thursday and mostly in the mountains. One group member has...
  8. Thread: Route 66

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    Here is what I remember the most

    I did some of route 66 back in the 70's. I stopped in Needles and a guy told me to take two gallons of water if I was going to and thru Barstow. That guy probably saved my life, cause I drank those...
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    Hi Polorbear

    I bet that one guy you helped doesn't think the book is a failed purpose. I've never been called but I have used it twice since 1980 with great success. I do believe there should be some codes in the...
  10. Thread: Tinnitus anyone?

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    Nothing I know helps

    My tinnitus started only 3 years ago after a concussion; I'm 65 now, so I haven't suffered with it as long as a lot of folks here.

    But, ear plugs or better helmet does not keep me from hearing...
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    Just call and ask

    Nothing wrong with calling and asking ,if the member has already stated they have tent or room available. I have used the book a couple of times but not to ask for a place to stay. Once when I went...
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    +1 on stock shield

    I've ridden an rs for over thirty years and have tried all heights and the stock shield with the edging on it is the best.

    In the last few years I have gone to ear plugs and a better quality...
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    Try a Reynolds

    I agree with Kurt's reply and I quote:

    "I'm a proponent of the Reynolds ride-off stand, not for the purposes of riding off, but for requiring less lift, or up-and-over, in getting the bike on the...
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    I had mine replaced in 1998 on my 1980 r100rs...

    I had mine replaced in 1998 on my 1980 r100rs euro mdl. I was at the Missoula Mt. ralley and this guy named Bob Henig came along and pointed it out to me. The wheel had no cracks but I had it...
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