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micah2074

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  1. Oh, I'm also gonna spend a week tooling around the Ozarks at the end of June.
  2. Odyssey 2020. SE TN to the UP of Michigan to meet up with an old friend. Turn west til Idaho then across Wyoming and South Dakota. After that we're riding to Racine WI to eat pizza with my buddy's 80 year old mom them head home.
  3. Last July I took the wife on a ride from TN up in that area. We spent a day in WV and a day in that part of OH. We stayed the night at the Stockport mill. I look forward to heading back up there.
  4. The blue Yamaha wash is good. It makes quick work of bug guts.
  5. Shop 2015 Yamaha FJ-09 WINDSHIELD OEM Parts Diagram - RevZilla To encourage social distancing all domestic orders ship free &...
  6. Part of my yearly ride to somewhere. US12 in Montana
  7. Eventually I’ll pull the flat aluminum pieces off and wrap them with some faux carbon fiber vinyl.
  8. I have a piece is stainless all thread run through the bottom tube. The upper tube is tied into the lower with clamps and the aluminum pieces. It is more sturdy. I think the bracket gets over stressed because the windshield adjuster loosens up; usually on the left side. The bracket then twists a little from the wind pressure. Make sure you keep the adjusters tight.
  9. Part of our yearly ride somewhere.
  10. This thread made me paranoid. I've done something similar. I'll post pics tomorrow.
  11. I'm not Canadian but i usually order from Sprocket Center Shop the best selection of Motorcycle Chain & Sprocket kits at... maybe they ship to the great white north. As far as chain lube goes...80W90 gear oil. I've been using it on my latest chain and it seems to be wearing better. 10k miles and it shown no obvious wear. Heck, I've only had to adjust it once and that was after 1k miles.
  12. It will last as long as a traditional riveted link. You’re doing the same thing, just in a different way.
  13. I don’t use a breaker. I dremel the pins flush and pop the side plate off with a big screwdriver.
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