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General Discussion / Re: Iconic Guzzi keepsake
« Last post by guzzisteve on Today at 12:53:56 PM »
I got a beer can Bucky was handing out from the mill down the road. From around 81, not being a cook I ate at Wicks. There was a bar up the road to the north that was good for picking up chicks. Good Times
General Discussion / Re: Shimming a 5 speed
« Last post by Canuck750 on Today at 12:50:58 PM »
That is the best tutorial on shimming I have ever seen or read, very helpful
Thanks for sharing
General Discussion / Re: Iconic Guzzi keepsake
« Last post by Guzzistajohn on Today at 12:10:05 PM »
Life's simple pleasures  :thumb:
General Discussion / Iconic Guzzi keepsake
« Last post by Ronkom on Today at 11:52:12 AM »
I thought  y'all might get off on a bit of history.  Picture of a 33 year old change purse I got at Wick's restaurant a couple blocks walk from "Bucky's rally" in New Cumberland WVa. The walls of the restaurant were covered with pictures from all the years the rally was put on. The change purse  is still in use every day.

General Discussion / Re: SW Pa guzzi owners?
« Last post by Clifton on Today at 11:32:26 AM »
Might, but I already have Kentucky and Virginia on my almost filled calendar.
General Discussion / Re: New member new bike
« Last post by gregory on Today at 11:20:06 AM »
thank you all for your replies, much appreciated. Anyone has any ideas where I can buy rearsets? The ones I find are really expensive. Sato doesn't seem to have any in stock. Neither LSL. Only AF1 but out of budget.
General Discussion / Re: radial master cylinder for two P08s?
« Last post by acguzzi on Today at 11:06:37 AM »
the force on the pivot point is about half with a radial as the forces are essentially in the same plane, probably the reduced friction improves feel
General Discussion / Re: To Grill or Griddle?
« Last post by Perazzimx14 on Today at 09:45:02 AM »
I'll keep grilling and smoking on the Big Green Egg and use my soon to be outlawed gas stove and cast iron skillet in the house. If you're cooking breakfast for a group the griddle might make sense.

Even if you are only cooking for one or two making stuff like dippy eggs on the griddle is a smidge easier. It doesn't cook any better or different than a nice CI skillet (love my cast iron cookware) but you have lots of room around the eggs for getting the long blade spatula under it and in a quick sweeping motion to not break the yolk and there is plenty of fresh hot griddle space to land the egg after flipping. Same for pancakes. in the 10" Griswold even if only cooking two pancakes they have to be relatively small so when you flip them you don't land one on the other. 

FWIW the BGE also works good for skillet cooking. Nice even heat under the whole skillet. 

The biggest benefit for me is cooking outside keeps the smells and mess of cooking outside. As much as I love bacon or a good bacala and red sauce I don't want to enjoy the house smelling like it for days.
General Discussion / Re: 1100 cali engine in Loop Frame
« Last post by lazlokovacs on Today at 09:06:57 AM »
yes, will probably just use standard 1100 engine parts
General Discussion / Re: 49 States Chapter III
« Last post by Texas Turnip on Today at 09:01:56 AM »
Hope it is not to late to tell you about the Chesapeak BayBridge Tunnel that is called one of the ten wonders in the US. IMHO well worth the toll. Check it out.

The Mackinaw Bridge in Michigan is well worth the toll.

Want anymore points of interest as the KERA is not helping you out?


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