Post a pic of your latest purchase

Maritime said:
Yep and he made a sweet custom glass fender, mounted to the factory brace and then added the extra. That should keep the front end from flexing much at all.

Cheers

I was always planning on adding a fork brace but replacing the steel fender with my fibreglass one just moved it up the list a little :) I dont think the stock fender added much resistance to the forks twisting but since I want to be able to get the most out of the CX and am trying to add some 'Racer' to the 'Cafe' it was an easy decision to add the brace. Just putting the front wheel between my knees and heaving on the bars shows how much these old bikes with skinny forks can really benefit from a bit of extra strength.

Cheers
Steve
 
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Thank god for ebay's 'make offer'. People are awfully proud of these (from a '94 YZF600R - the newer shocks with the reservoir look to go regularly for $25-$35).
 
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Re: Re: Post a pic of your latest purchase

Captmilk76 said:
Sweet patch my nephew got me.
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Man, I loved that show in the 80s!
 
Two owner 15000 miles, mikunis, non cracked side covers, and clear title. Works for me
 

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Rich Ard said:
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Thank god for ebay's 'make offer'. People are awfully proud of these (from a '94 YZF600R - the newer shocks with the reservoir look to go regularly for $25-$35).


yeah buddy! looks about the same as when mine came in! haha!
 
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$6 for the test, $25 for the license. I'm going to go hang it up over all the motorcycles in my garage that don't run.
 
Rich normally people try to hide that stuff so your not asked to do work for free!

Bought me some .45 Caliber fun and some new grips to go with it ;D

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Danejurrous, Is that a 1911 Tactical FS or the new Tactical II? How do you like it?
 
NIIIIIICE Danjerr! Jealous of you. Around my part of town, the mega stores Bass Pro and Turners are ALL OUT of any kind of handies!!!! :(
 
Fix said:
Danejurrous, Is that a 1911 Tactical FS or the new Tactical II? How do you like it?

Ha ha thanks guys, its the M1911-A1 FS and it is an awesome gun man! I have shot several kimber, sig, springfield, etc. 1911's and although the feel on them were similar with their own differences in the grips you really cannot beat the bang for the buck on this gun (pun intended). I paid $550 out the door including tax. I have probably put 300 or so rounds through it already and not one FTE or misfeed, plus it is pretty accurate as well. Really recommend this gun for anyone looking into a 1911 on a budget.

rufio said:
NIIIIIICE Danjerr! Jealous of you. Around my part of town, the mega stores Bass Pro and Turners are ALL OUT of any kind of handies!!!! :(

Check out sierraguns.com that's where I picked it up from, they are only about an hour north of me, and they have had great customer service anytime I have dealt with them.
 
I just picked up a brand new Hankison HPR5-10 compressed air cooler/dryer for my paint booth. It's a $850 unit that I got from an equipment liquidator for $200. I've been wanting one forever, and was about to pull the trigger on the Harbor Freight unit and I saw this and just got lucky. All that's left now is my dripless AC/heater/dehumidifier and I will feel like I'm a certified wannabe pro! This'll go very well with my new DevilBiss guns. The good life.

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danejurrous said:
Rich normally people try to hide that stuff so your not asked to do work for free!

Bought me some .45 Caliber fun and some new grips to go with it ;D

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I finally quit being a bitch and I ordered a set

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Capt, I don't know if you've read up on those, but keep in mind when you install them: they require a lot of pressure to stay tight. The single Allen bolt that adjusts the angles of the bars can handle the force, believe me.
 
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