GPZ parts

Keelhauld keelhauld at
Tue Jan 19 02:58:12 PST 2010

A friend lives in Denver and ways tells me how great the weather  
is..., well when compaired to the NE anyway...

On Jan 18, 2010, at 8:41 PM, Dave Daniels  
<dwaynedaniels at> wrote:

> 60's in Denver? That's just not fair. Only got up into the 40's in  
> Dayton.
> --- On Mon, 1/18/10, scapco at <scapco at> wrote:
> From: scapco at <scapco at>
> Subject: Re: GPZ parts
> To: "GPZ List" <gpzlist at>
> Date: Monday, January 18, 2010, 1:19 PM
> 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
> after 50K.
> Charles S.
>> 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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