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    Perfect use for a "problem solver"!
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    I find it best to be "incapable" rather than having honey-doos every weekend!
    Probably the smartest thing the Norty has ever said ... but I would have thought him a lot smarter if he had said it where Teri couldn't read it ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by OBX-RIDER View Post
    Probably the smartest thing the Norty has ever said ... but I would have thought him a lot smarter if he had said it where Teri couldn't read it ...
    Yes, it was a risk I took! Lol
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    Heh. All I have to do is take it apart, and start putting new stuff on wrong.


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    Hey, at my age running hot and loss of spark is a common problem.
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    Counting down the days. Trailer hitch installed. Check.
    Rear sets installed. Check.
    Frame sliders installed. Check.
    Tires ordered. Check. (Install Friday morning)
    Having an issue with the pin size for the front pitbull stand. The pin is too small in diameter and goes in too far that the underbelly of the nose comes in contact (rests on) the crossbar of the stand. It has already bent the plastics. Pitbull swears it is the right size for that model. Honey do guy is hatching up some fabrication ideas.


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    Hey, at my age running hot and loss of spark is a common problem.
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    I can't wait for the pics!!!! There WILL be pics....right?
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    Can you drop a few large washers over the pin to keep it from contact?
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    Y0u could probably cut a sleeve from PVC tubing.

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    There will be pics. Honey do guy is my pit tootsie.
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    Hey, at my age running hot and loss of spark is a common problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoCal LabRat View Post
    Counting down the days. Trailer hitch installed. Check.
    Rear sets installed. Check.
    Frame sliders installed. Check.
    Tires ordered. Check. (Install Friday morning)
    Having an issue with the pin size for the front pitbull stand. The pin is too small in diameter and goes in too far that the underbelly of the nose comes in contact (rests on) the crossbar of the stand. It has already bent the plastics. Pitbull swears it is the right size for that model. Honey do guy is hatching up some fabrication ideas.


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    What do you need front stand for? Most people only use them if they are planning on making front end changes (e.g., swapping forks or tires) or are planning on using tire warmers.
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