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    Re: Tumbler??!!??

    BTW a shameless crime in the south, is like putting ketchup on your grits :lame::tooth:nuts
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    Re: Tumbler??!!??

    Same deal with my older sister and her cast iron griddle, always fuc×%* it up with metal scrub pads and soap, etc. :doh

    Always rusty when cover is removed, have to re-oil, etc.
    Real PIA!!...
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    Re: Electric unveil #2: pickup truck.

    Watched a lot of Scotty's videos on YT, he's about 50/50 IMO, now Jason/Engineering Explained is a different story,
    he actually owns a Tesla, does unbias reviews on them and a lot...
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    Re: chuckc is dead

    Mirror extenders
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    Re: chuckc is dead

    I think his mirror extenders where very popular in the early 2k's
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    Re: Little MF scared the sh*t outta me

    Yes, those southern black widows used to love the hangar doors in our aircraft maintenance hangar, they liked hidding in the insulation :dunno both times they got me there :brick:

    We used to...
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    Re: Little MF scared the sh*t outta me

    In general I don't mind spiders, they are usefull natural insect control, a spider web is also a great draft/opening detector for a room, as they usually build at these locations used by insects to...
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    Re: Don't get me wrong..........

    Looks more like an HDS* build :laugh1


    * Hammered Dog Shi+ not HD special :Nose
  9. Re: You've got a knife and I have an axe. Let's get drunk

    Alcohol and dangerous activities is part of the Human condition, not saying is bad, not saying is good, it just is :drinkup: A lot of organized sports started that way.

    Reminds me of the...
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    Re: ZRX magazine cover

    Probably explains this quote from Wikipedia, is popular in a lot of foreign countries.


    " In 2001, all non-US RC-branded businesses were sold to Cott Beverages of Mississauga, Ontario, Canada,...
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    Re: ZRX magazine cover

    ^g had a lot of both in my 23 years in NC :bow::drool
  12. Re: Ferrite Core/Chokes the newest thing since wet water !!

    I meant to be :johnt in my post, it's incredible the amount of :bsflag videos on YT that get monetized, I occasionally call them out on the comments because some are dangerous :brick:

    Heck a...
  13. Ferrite Core/Chokes the newest thing since wet water !!

    Definitely going back to OEM coils, super hot spark mod, currently on my way to surplus store to buy all computer power cords, diy kit with full instructions will be available by end of week for...
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    Re: ZRX magazine cover

    Keep in mind that the most famous Cola based soft drinks are from the southeastern states :stpoke: and some dam good whiskey :drinkup:

    "Chero-Cola" brand/product name was used by the RC cola...
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    Re: ZRX magazine cover

    Riding the Skyway and other famous spots in that area should be on any Motorcyclist bucket list. https://cherohala.com/

    I miss it, like millenials miss their cell phones :brick:
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    Re: ZRX magazine cover

    Yes, different T signals, etc., if is the same ride article, something is off :LawnBoy
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    Re: ZRX magazine cover

    It might be the same, but there's a 2nd windshield over the oem with blue tint and a large paper clamp holding a rag of some kind on cover pic, WTH :dunno
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    Re: ZRX magazine cover

    Nice roads up there, really miss riding/living in NC, until fall/winter arrives, especially if you have 4 full grown pin oaks in your property :brick:
  19. Re: One of my fave attractions in Orlando, Skycraft Surplus !!

    I think they will be around for a while there's a lot of vintage electronics and I see quite a few people both men/women digging thru the boxes, surprisingly a lot of them are younger generations...
  20. Re: One of my fave attractions in Orlando, Skycraft Surplus !!

    You would love the place they have a lot MIL spec aviation stuff, you could use on your restorations.
  21. One of my fave attractions in Orlando, Skycraft Surplus !!

    https://skycraftsurplus.com/about-us

    One of my favorite places to visit, is a tinkerer's paradise, I been going there for years mostly for specialized small hardware for my RC planes, they have...
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    Re: Idling vehicle is illegal...

    They like to tell you that stop start systems are the bees knees of new car tech., the EZ-GO golf cart (parts getter) we had in the bike shop in the 80's, had a push/release to start/stop gas pedal,...
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    Re: Kawasaki Z400 fuel lines

    Yes, Very true, I replace mine every coolant change 3-5 years, about 5 times now, never seemed brittle, etc. I'm trying Motionpro next since we have a Cycle Gear nearby in Orlando.
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    Re: Kawasaki Z400 fuel lines

    The problem with most the BBAS is the counter person, I've been going to same one for years and they change personnel faster than Mcdonald's, they actually carry a lot of metric sizes with the inch...
  25. Re: 1974 KZ400 - too bad my garage is full...

    PSA, Aluminum does nut rust, it corrodes :sack::stpoke::nana:

    The problem with cast aluminum is that it corrodes into the metal grain, especially when you have green acidic mold growing on it,...
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