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    Re: The "Bullitt" Mustang Can Be Yours.....

    Collect the set. Dune buggy from Thomas Crown Affair is also going on the block. https://www.caranddriver.com/news/a28724638/steve-mcqueen-meyers-manx-bonhams-auction/

    Buggies are still big in...
  2. Thread: Piper Cub

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    Re: Piper Cub

    A fun video. Thanks for posting.

    Generally, civil aircraft must maintain an altitude of not less than 500' above the terrain, with higher limits in populated and other specified areas. The one...
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    Re: My little garden makeover

    Very nice! That is a very tranquil and inviting garden space.

    We refer to these as back yards, reserving the term garden for collections of flowers and vegetable plants.

    I would be living in...
  4. Thread: what's this?

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    Re: what's this?

    I wonder if this is a Triumph Werke Nurnberg engine. I did not realize that the guy who started Triumph was from Germany, and set up a plant at Nuremberg that produced twingle models among others....
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    Re: Sturgis Rex Riders?

    Hella good year for clover out here, so bees been busy. I got nailed a couple weeks ago on inside of my arm, where they take blood. When i looked down, bee was gone but sting held on. Brushed it off...
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    Re: Denatured Alcohol illegal in CA!?

    Only California would require ETOH in motor fuels while banning it for home improvement. How can you make shellac work without ethanol?

    Could you substitute Everclear cut to whatever strength is...
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    Re: Iiiiiiiit's time for: TOOL PORN!

    Or you can google vessel flexible screwdriver and come up with an Amazon option which seems a bit pricey https://www.amazon.com/Vessel-121561-820FX-4-Ratchet-Screwdriver/dp/B001VB1KJM

    or this...
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    Re: Sturgis Rex Riders?

    Great roads, but many bikes ridden by aging operators during the rally. Fun to hang out with others but if you want to max out enjoyment of the mountain roads, other times are less likely to involve...
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    Re: Iiiiiiiit's time for: TOOL PORN!

    Thanks for the reminder--should have picked up JIS drivers long ago. Next best time is now. I'm going for a funky flip-bit driver that says it's made in Japan, but who really knows?...
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    Re: I'm baaaaaack!

    Always happy to have another old-timer return. Welcome!
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    Re: Elevation and carbs. Blackhills trip

    Although I have ridden the ZRX out to Sturgis 3 or 4 times in the past, at 67 my knees don't bend the way the ZRX requires, so I drive the truck out and most of my time there is normally spent in the...
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    Re: Goodbye Fat Albert

    I did watch a Fat Albert RATO at least once, but apparently they discontinued this in 2009: https://generalaviationnews.com/2019/02/07/jato-pushed-performance/ Reason: For many years, the U.S. Navy...
  13. Re: OFFICIAL: GOOD LUCK ARASH on the big airplane TEST thread.

    Well done! :thumbs:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ky7DMCHQJZY
  14. Re: OFFICIAL: GOOD LUCK ARASH on the big airplane TEST thread.

    You have been pretty impressive up to this point, so we won't be amazed but will be delighted to get confirmation. Staying tuned.
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    Make some Pratt & Whitney and Wright Cyclone plates for our starters, why don't ya? After all, our bikes are dinosaurs just like us. Could even make belt buckles from brass or bronze colored alloy....
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    Re: chuckc is dead

    Sorry to hear the news. It's a reminder to be good to other humans--we don't know what they are dealing with.

    Rest in peace, Chuck.
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    Re: Maybe I will give gay a try

    Sidehack is what makes it interesting. Some shopping cart died to bring that to you. Might be a lively ride in the rough, however. Should have a spare strapped on the back.

    Lifan is at least a...
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    Re: Elevation and carbs. Blackhills trip

    They do try to tune up the roads ahead of the Sturgis event. Safetravels doesn't show major work https://www.safetravelusa.com/sd/ but SDDOT map may help you check on individual projects and...
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    Re: Elevation and carbs. Blackhills trip

    Most gas stations have a premium option, but what passes for regular gas in that part of the world is often 85 octane that comes in from the west. It may be OK in cars, but best avoided by...
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    Re: Elevation and carbs. Blackhills trip

    I live around 1400 feet above seal level, and Lead, one of the higher communities in the Hills, is right around a mile. I have not noticed much if any change in performance at that level. You should...
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    Re: Signing off for most of June

    Best wishes for a smooth move. That's a lot of moving parts, but I know you will rise to the occasion. :thumbs:
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    Re: I Did A Thing....had to have it...

    Amazing condition for that vintage! You done good!
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    Re: Donations to the ZRXOA board

    If there is a PO Box or somewhere to send a check for the paypal averse among us, that info might be useful...
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    Re: New forum rules - PLEASE READ

    Change is inevitable. Things get worse if there isn't a constant move to improve, move toward mission objectives and at least work on the signal-to-noise ratio.

    I believe the mod squad is doing...
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    Re: Stihl or Echo?

    I wouldn't trade my ancient Stihl 029 chain saw for anything--reliable as the sunrise. My FS 38 string trimmer, however, has a reputation for hard starting on occasion and I have a carb kit waiting...
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