I installed the PC on my '99 to help the off idle sudden transition, and it helped smooth things out considerably. Need it? Nope
Want it? Yep Like...
Yeah, get them cold enough and they should drop right in. Dry ice works very well. Main thing to remember is to never use the hammer face directly...
I've always been able to get a sharp edged punch/chisel to catch an edge of the bearing and know it out.
They usually come out fairly easily....
I've also used the short cable through the visor opening, when I've used one, which is seldom. But FWIW that's going to be a lot
more secure than...
Hmm, not too sure I agree with that. The bottom of the bag is usually a rubberized like surface so it won't slip around at all. I've never noticed...
Yeah, definitely not a good idea.
Did you properly chastise her? As in "WTF!!!!!!".
In your position, I would pull the clutch cover and investigate the condition of the clutch. Since there wasn't any
loud BANG, no grinding or...
Glad to hear you got it all working as it should. Mine updated to 18.104.22.168 yesterday.
That's what happens when the bureaucrats are in charge, and face no accountability.
Hey, somebody has to like 'em. :)
Just checked Garmin Express and it launched just fine. Then updated to V 22.214.171.124, after it restarted and shows
all my devices, and updates...
Don't forget he also designed the Hurricane. Gorgeous bike, totally useless, but undeniably gorgeous.
And he followed the Windjammer with the Quicksilver. I had a couple of those and they were great for
protection without the huge Windjammer look.
Try a Nolan. I bought a Nolan N-105 and love it. It's a modular, fairly quiet (for a modular), fairly light (for a modular), and has
From where does the line come, and to where does it go?
If that line goes to the secondary master cylinder, then it's like my '99. But mine doesn't rub the fork leg though. Maybe too short?
I never did think they were as good as they used to be. :)
The bike was in neutral when you let the clutch out I assume? What happens when you let the clutch out
and the bike is in gear, and on the...
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