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    I can't say for certain how many miles on the...

    I can't say for certain how many miles on the drive shaft, though I take it that the drive shaft is original. The bike has been mine for about 5 years and about 35,000 of the bike's 110K is my trips...
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    Thanks

    Lee !

    Thanks. The question for me to think about is how much to keep sinking into a pretty rough bike.

    I took a look at their website. I'll get an estimate and give it due consideration. This...
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    1988 K100LT driveshaft

    It's probably not fair to ask how long this drive shaft is going to last. Nevertheless, I'll ask: how long? Am I half-way through its life? Three-quarters?

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    If we thought of each tooth as...
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    Work was canceled for ice today and is canceled...

    Work was canceled for ice today and is canceled for tomorrow. My bike was sitting outside when I decided to go to the store for supplies. No pics, but there were icicles on hanging from the seat. ...
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    Short commute

    I have a short commute. It's about 10 miles. I've got two routes: past the subdivisions at 35mph or the curvy country road at a quicker pace. I usually take the curvy country road. I'm generally...
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    The writer sort of 'puts you in the moment.' ...

    The writer sort of 'puts you in the moment.'

    Noel
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    I've left it running today. It's cool even if I...

    I've left it running today. It's cool even if I don't know what they're doing: readjust this part, fiddle with that part, move the camera, squirt some lube.

    Ah, something I recognize: rings on...
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    Great looking trailer! Noel

    Great looking trailer!

    Noel
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    Suppose there are kids and the wife isn't...

    Suppose there are kids and the wife isn't working. Suppose she'll be there more than you. If these suppositions are in the ballpark, her inclinations might carry the day. I know that you stated...
  10. wired's compare and contrast: BMW v electric

    http://www.wired.com/autopia/2013/10/a-current-affair-104/

    You may have been following the periodic updates of wired's Damon Lavrinc use of an electric moto. Here's what happened when he borrowed...
  11. Great! We're all ears. Pics?

    Great! We're all ears. Pics?
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    Conversations!

    Excellent book! It's great fun from beginning to end.

    Noel
  13. It's a convenience thing. Of the forums I watch,...

    It's a convenience thing. Of the forums I watch, some more frequently than others, it collects them in a single app, for scanning. I have other apps that are what-do-you-call-them: collectors,...
  14. I downloaded Tapatalk 2 last night to my iPad and...

    I downloaded Tapatalk 2 last night to my iPad and I'm responding on it now. Nicely done, both the forum and Tapatalk 2.

    Thanks!
    Noel
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    Is Tapatalk working yet? Noel

    Is Tapatalk working yet?

    Noel
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    iPad in business: iPad Stories

    You're right, despite my cryptic note! Thanks.

    Noel
    Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk HD
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    iPad in business: iPad Stories

    Ducati. I don't know how to create a link. I see it as:

    iTunes>Podcasts>iPad in Business>iPad in Business: Stories

    Disclaimer: I have an iPad.

    Noel
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    1988 K100 LT front brake reservoir

    Seriously! This is good help for me. It sort of looks like a trip out to my parts bike to experiment with how these parts fit together.

    Noel
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    1988 K100 LT front brake reservoir

    Okay, Bob was typing at the same time. Thanks for the ideas!

    Noel
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    1988 K100 LT front brake reservoir

    Great! I see two mentions of the piston, and a little bit of difference in tactics. If those are the choices, I don't mind spending more for an (almost) assured fix, rather than possible repeated...
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    1988 K100 LT front brake reservoir

    I'm getting some seepage around the front brake reservoir.

    There are a lot of parts in there, it seems by the fiche, and the parts vary quite a bit in price. There are $3 o-rings and $70...
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    This is one of those I-wanna-know-what-happens...

    This is one of those I-wanna-know-what-happens posts!

    Noel

    Sent from my Transformer Prime TF201 using Tapatalk 2
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    I hadn't paid attention to the scoring system up...

    I hadn't paid attention to the scoring system up to now. The latest report gave a brief rundown and color commentary. Very interesting!

    Noel

    Sent from my Transformer Prime TF201 using...
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    My big learns for today are more about the fuel...

    My big learns for today are more about the fuel system, and how to get Tapatalk working!

    Thanks for the time and effort as always.
    Noel

    Sent from my Transformer Prime TF201 using Tapatalk 2
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    My Clymer's page 273 says 36 psi (248 kPa). Use...

    My Clymer's page 273 says 36 psi (248 kPa). Use a dampened gauge for a better reading. I borrowed a gauge from Autozone. It was an undampened gauge and made it more difficult to read.

    Here's...
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