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  • buelldude
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    looks good! I'm waiting on my new parts for the week, its not much but it will hold my phone.

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  • WileECoyote
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    Originally posted by bmidd View Post
    The bike isn't a new purchase, but the muffler is! I've always liked the Titanium mufflers from the R1 and found one in England.
    R1 mufflers on WHICH bike? LOL

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  • bmidd
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    The bike isn't a new purchase, but the muffler is! I've always liked the Titanium mufflers from the R1 and found one in England.

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  • WileECoyote
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    Originally posted by Wlfman View Post
    New carb for the DRZ
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    Is dat a flatslide?

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  • Torchsport
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    50 liter top case for the FJR. Ordered it from Yamaha back in DECEMBER!
    It and the mounting rack was basically free since I had a few hundred in awards dollars plus a $500 gift card for purchasing my new Yamaha snowmobile.
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  • Wlfman
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    New carb for the DRZ
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  • Wlfman
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    Originally posted by bradd View Post
    Nice Brad!

    Bought a Harbor freight motorcycle carrier so I could take a DRZ without pulling my trailer. The intention was to use it this coming week for a Black Hills trip. Now my son James can go so I'm taking both DRZ's and have to take the trailer. But I am sure hauling a DRZ on it in the future will come in handy.

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    I have the same Hitch hauler for my DRZ. Although I can no longer use it as I sold my truck and the DRZ and hauler is too much tongue weight for my Jeep. I put many 1000s of miles on the hauler though when I was using it.

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  • Torchsport
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    Originally posted by Longboardr View Post
    Blessed is the hitch hauler that leaves the trailer and its cursed wiring home.
    I use mine a lot. Great invention.

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  • Torchsport
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    Originally posted by Woodys2718 View Post

    Nice!!!! How are the trails in your area?
    Meh. Mostly a workhorse around the 3 acres. My dad has 12 acres of woods to care for as well.
    But we have some ok trails. Most of the good ones are an hour north.

    This thing is like new. Under 400 miles.

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  • Woodys2718
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    Originally posted by Torchsport View Post
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    Nice!!!! How are the trails in your area?

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  • Longboardr
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    Blessed is the hitch hauler that leaves the trailer and its cursed wiring home.

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  • bradd
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    Nice Brad!

    Bought a Harbor freight motorcycle carrier so I could take a DRZ without pulling my trailer. The intention was to use it this coming week for a Black Hills trip. Now my son James can go so I'm taking both DRZ's and have to take the trailer. But I am sure hauling a DRZ on it in the future will come in handy.

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  • Torchsport
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    2016 Yamaha Kodiak 700 EPS 20210618_132655.jpg

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  • WileECoyote
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    Don't feel bad Hacksaw, I'm known as "Cross thread" at work.

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  • _Will_
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    Originally posted by WileECoyote View Post

    ..................indeed, youre comin with me
    years back I had a 92 civic dx, a true beater that once had a Prius pull away from me and I was on a full boil. When a tie rod bolt spun free and I had no other way of removing the bolt a hacksaw was employed. Despite that being the one and only
    time I removed an auto part with a hacksaw my supervising friend called me the “hacksaw mechanic” thereafter

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