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The stretch of I-20 between my house in Augusta, GA and Columbia, SC is Hell's Vent.
Sonreir said:Nice get!
Thanx guys. Yeah, I just couldn't justify spending the $$ for a lithium. At $35 I thought this was a good alternative for a great price and Interstate is one of the major battery manufacturer/suppliers, so I've got a dealer right down the road rather than trying to rely on some unknown Bozo on eBay.crazypj said:Cool, and it's SLA so it won't catch fire like a lithium
Yeah, tell me about maintenance on old houses, this one was built in the late 1940s. I spent lots of time the last couple of weeks rebuilding a back step that I rebuilt over 15 years ago. It had composite decking on top that was doing fine but the frame below only held up for 15 years and wasn't doing it's job so time for new. The old concrete step below had been covered and we haven't wanted to break it up because of causing possible damage to the foundation. So we removed the old frame and 5' wide decking:crazypj said:... (spend too much time repairing stuff around house and gardens - the 'joy ' of having a 60+ yr old house which hasn't had much maintenance since 1968 (bit like me , that's when I started riding motybikes ;D )
It isn't symmetrical so if I were to put it on backwards it wouldn't follow the contour of the tire. Wouldn't fit that way anyhow because the way it's made and the way the mounting ears are made it won't fit and bolt up if it were in there backwards. When I decided to use the Ninja wheel use of the original fender followed in my reasoning. I like the shape of that front fender enough that I bought a second matching one and adapted it to be a hugger fender for the back wheel. Personal taste, I guess. .pidjones said:Besides appearance, wouldn't the front fender function much better if it were mounted the other way?