johnsoliday at msn.com
Mon Jan 18 11:26:32 PST 2010
I'm hoping to get the '95 out of the garage as soon as the ice floe in front
of my driveway disperses ;-) This weekend I made a rash buying decision and
picked up a '96 KLR650. So now the GPZ isn't alone in the garage with just
the Vrod. I'm sure the two vintage Kawasaki's are now picking on the VRSCR
when I'm not around!
From: gpzlist-bounces at micapeak.com [mailto:gpzlist-bounces at micapeak.com] On
Behalf Of scapco at ecentral.com
Sent: Monday, January 18, 2010 11:20 AM
To: GPZ List
Subject: Re: GPZ parts
Well, I don't need any parts, just time and more good
weather. Near 60's all weekend in Denver and I stayed out
too late Saturday night to get up and go dirt biking on
Sunday, so I fired up the big red dragon yesterday and took
her out for a nice January ride along the foothills. I
stayed out of the canyons because of gravel, but otherwise
the roads weren't too bad.
I went by and checked on my pop-up camper and when I tried
to leave the weight of the bike wouldn't set off the
vehicle detector so I climbed off and entered my entry code
into the key pad and got nothing. For some reason the
keypad wouldn't work so I was basically stuck in the
storage facility and ended up having to climb over the
barbed wire fence to enter my code in the outside keypad
which worked just fine. I'm sure the security people will
get a laugh out of that. A friend had his really nice boat
stolen out of this facility last spring so I think they
watch it a lot closer now.
I think I'm going to have to do a tune up this spring on
the old beast as she felt a little down fom usual, but it
could be me or it could just be getting a little tired
>Yeah its me again still trying to unload one red fuel tank
>and a rear wheel complete with brake rotor, hub, sproket,
>cush drive, and axle. If any of you want any of the parts
>off the wheel I can do that.
>Jim who is hoping his sprained right wrist will be healed
>up enough for the 2010 bike season.
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