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General Discussion / Re: Convert - First Impression
« Last post by Kiwi_Roy on Today at 12:09:01 PM »
Foto / Chuck,
                   Thanks for the information.
Are those 3 part numbers what I need? MG Cycle or Harpers?
Where does one order new hoses or is that something I can make up.
I notice the fuel hoses are needing replacement also.
Is it possible to remove the transmission without pulling the engine?
Right, I will hold that job for a winter project.
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General Discussion / Re: NGC another new Ford pickup - Maverick
« Last post by tazio on Today at 12:04:53 PM »
Not sure. My buddy just bought a new Ridgeline, loves it. I haven't passed on the pee joke to him yet, though it's just a matter of time  :evil:
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General Discussion / Re: NGC another new Ford pickup - Maverick
« Last post by Kev m on Today at 11:59:50 AM »
I was hunting for a clean first gen Ridgeline and spread the news at work.
No less than 3 Ford/Chevy guys informed me that
 "Ridgeline owners pee sitting down" ...funny bunch of guys :shocked:
STILL, would love that Ridgeline.

Ha ha - though I do like the under-bed storage in the Ridgeline (the new model still has that right?).
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General Discussion / Re: NGC another new Ford pickup - Maverick
« Last post by tazio on Today at 11:51:27 AM »
But since people aren't wearing masks anymore then people will SEE YOU driving a Hyundai.  :boozing:
I was hunting for a clean first gen Ridgeline and spread the news at work.
No less than 3 Ford/Chevy guys informed me that
 "Ridgeline owners pee sitting down" ...funny bunch of guys :shocked:
STILL, would love that Ridgeline.
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General Discussion / Re: NGC another new Ford pickup - Maverick
« Last post by HarveyMushman on Today at 11:33:41 AM »
I think you're confusing the Bronco with the Bronco Sport (not hard to do since Ford was so dumb with their naming conventions).


Damn. I sure am. That explains my confusion when I saw a Bronco Sport in the neighborhood and wondered, thatís what people are excited about?!
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General Discussion / Greg Field - Anyone know how to reach?
« Last post by Groover on Today at 11:24:54 AM »
I came across a post on a different forum by him, and have heard the name mentioned a few times, though I don't know much about him. Is he still around and if so anyone know how to reach him? I have a question in regards a Le Mans 1000 that I think he had or has still?


Thanks!
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General Discussion / Re: We're retired - 1st trip report
« Last post by ozarquebus on Today at 11:23:27 AM »
 I especially like the shot of the saddle-broke jackaloupe. Floorboards are a must to have on them.
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General Discussion / Re: Getting a lift table; opinions
« Last post by cliffrod on Today at 10:58:07 AM »
Hey Cliffrod,

Thanks for the info, I'll check it out!

Art

Always glad to help a guy with the same first name as me.... But Gramp went by Art or Arthur, so I never really did.

The HF lift up at the shop has suffered & tolerated a lot without any issues, but it's no match for the Handy-style wheel vise.  The more it flexed, the more it got flexed.  Not cool.   It's much better with a brace

I've got an old Grazia lift table, the inspiration for the HF table, and decided against a wheel vise.  I installed a removable Pingel wheel chock- drilled two pairs small & large holes, then slotted between them to make the keyhole for mount holes. I drilled one more hole for the securing bolt.   Makes it easy for me to remove the chock to use table for other things, like lifting and rolling a bike onto a static wooden resto table.
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General Discussion / Re: Sport 1100 Float bowl fiber washer?
« Last post by jwinwi on Today at 10:53:19 AM »
I believe if you carried that drain bolt into your local small engine/ snowmachine shop, they probably have a gasket to match in their parts bin. My $.02

    Paul B :boozing:

Thanks Paul, will give it a shot. If memory serves  :rolleyes: my go-to Guzzi parts source (Ace Hardware) didn't have anything close because of the large ID relative to the OD...
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General Discussion / Re: Stelvio Adventure Rally or Here Be Dragons
« Last post by nwguy on Today at 10:47:27 AM »
Very nice write up Tom. Glad you made it in one piece.
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