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  1. #3931
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    Quote Originally Posted by ATC King View Post
    Just getting over being sick.

    I've been around someone with covid and figured I caught that. I waited 5-6 days after feeling ill to get testesed and it came back negative, which didn't help me feel any better. The doctor prescribed the typical meds a few days ago and I'm coming out of it but still not jumping around. I'm at least getting better sleep now.

    Fortunately vomiting wasn't an issue, which was very good because I totally lost my appetite and didn't eat more than a bite or two for several days. Just now getting able to eat some small snacks/meals.
    The sucks.

    Sounds like your on the road to recovery.......hope you get well soon.

    People forget that the flu could be a mofo

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    Got a tax refund check in the mail yesterday, for last year. Better late than never I guess.
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    Seeing what it's going to take to get the LT80 going...

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    A can of Raid carb cleaner should do it.

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    Put a sissy bar on my wife's 125.

    I figured ......"how many NOS 70s sissy bars come up for sale anyways?"....so I got it.

    She hates it but I love it

    Now just need some pull back bars and a cat tail light and I'm good to go





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    Those are just excellent bikes for urban commuting. The Big Four had a lot more sensible small engine choices in those times.

    Seems like most everything now with a small engine has small wheels too and is sized just right for going under pickups with the exception of the rider's head.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ATC King View Post
    Seeing what it's going to take to get the LT80 going...

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    A can of Raid carb cleaner should do it.

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    Argh, that's nasty! Salvageable?
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    1970/71 US 90 (Aquarius Blue)
    1970/71 US 90 (Future Resto Project)
    1972/73 US 90 Camo Project (110 Big Bore)
    1972/73 US 90 Green
    1977 ATC 90 w/83 110 motor (Fugly)
    1982 ATC 70
    1983 ATC 70 (Ladybug)
    1973 ATC 70

    1965 Marketeer 3 Wheel Golf Cart with 1986 Honda 250 drivetrain

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    Quote Originally Posted by knappyfeet View Post
    Put a sissy bar on my wife's 125.

    I figured ......"how many NOS 70s sissy bars come up for sale anyways?"....so I got it.

    She hates it but I love it

    Now just need some pull back bars and a cat tail light and I'm good to go




    Lol, that's awesome. Tell her to put on a tie dyed shirt, bell bottom pants and a white open face helmet and go full nostalgia. You'll blow peoples minds!
    Trikes
    1970/71 US 90 (Aquarius Blue)
    1970/71 US 90 (Future Resto Project)
    1972/73 US 90 Camo Project (110 Big Bore)
    1972/73 US 90 Green
    1977 ATC 90 w/83 110 motor (Fugly)
    1982 ATC 70
    1983 ATC 70 (Ladybug)
    1973 ATC 70

    1965 Marketeer 3 Wheel Golf Cart with 1986 Honda 250 drivetrain

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolpool View Post
    Lol, that's awesome. Tell her to put on a tie dyed shirt, bell bottom pants and a white open face helmet and go full nostalgia. You'll blow peoples minds!
    I know right!?!

    Just going through the JC Whitney catalog to see what else was cool in 1975. I already got the cat light.


    You can still find some of that stuff online








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    Quote Originally Posted by coolpool View Post
    Argh, that's nasty! Salvageable?
    I'm thinking more along the lines of a Chinese fire drill, Ebay style.

    If after lifting the cylinder off that crank doesn't look toast, I'll probably start ordering parts. I'll be starting a thread in the quad section.
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    Starting to get tired of my XL600R. The ignition coil on the stator is out again. In all fairness, it's an aftermarket stator, but this is the second one I've installed. Different problem every time.

    The Honda XL's of the 80's have a convoluted electrical system. AC powers the CDI from it own dedicated circuit, the headlight has it's own seperate AC circuit and is illuminated anytime the engine is running (can't turn it off), then the other poles on the stator are for the DC circuit windings. Really, just a PITA.

    I've got enough stator cores now, that I'll wind one myself to use later because I can't do any worse of a job than the aftermarket is. Ugh.


    At least it died before I left the house. Last issues was the lighting system and I had to ride back in the dark with the aid of someone else's headlight.
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  11. #3941
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    Quote Originally Posted by ATC King View Post
    Starting to get tired of my XL600R. The ignition coil on the stator is out again. In all fairness, it's an aftermarket stator, but this is the second one I've installed. Different problem every time.
    Same here....except it was for my DR650.

    It was a stater that I picked up on eBay new....Caltric brand........but the pick up didn't work and I didn't figure that out til I exhausted absolutely every single wire connection on the bike. It was so frustrating because I assumed it couldn't be the stator because it was new… but it was.

    Working used ones on eBay is what I purchase.


    Along the lines of cheap crap on eBay I bought these switches for my XR1200 for $38 shipped. The dealer wanted $60 just for the starter switch internals. I figure heck it's all made in China anyways so what does it matter….. easier to install one working switch than it would be to purchase the internals for one switch fron HD.....then rebuild it.

    The old was faulty........trying to start the bike after it was running. At least the starter doesn't seem to be damaged.


    It looks the part....hopefully it works the part.






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    Quote Originally Posted by knappyfeet View Post
    Put a sissy bar on my wife's 125.

    I figured ......"how many NOS 70s sissy bars come up for sale anyways?"....so I got it.

    She hates it but I love it

    Now just need some pull back bars and a cat tail light and I'm good to go




    Her Harley jacket isn’t going to cut it on that ride. I suggest pink leather with lots of tassels.
    F**K ZUCK!

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    I got out for a little riding yesterday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ATC King View Post
    Seeing what it's going to take to get the LT80 going...

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    A can of Raid carb cleaner should do it.

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    I went thru one of those for a neighbor a couple years ago. Wasn't that bad tho. Peppy little machine for an 80....
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    Trick the people into thinking they're enacting their own will and you have willing slaves.

    Liberalism suspends the intellect of its victims, while at the same time tricking them into believing that they're smarter than everyone else.


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    Rear brake line sprung a leak on the 99 Sierra 2500. Brake line corrosion is a common issue with these. The Jackwagon who owned it before me swapped out the M/C supply lines and the front lines and left the rear line.

    Problem is the rear line is closest to the frame and damn near impossible to get at without removing the other lines, so I'll have all fresh brake fluid when I'm done, so I got that going for me...

    Of course now that I've got the line replaced, the rear caliper bleed screws are firmly rusted. Soaked them in Kroil overnight, put them outside in the nice wintery 16 degree temps so they are nice and cold when i apply a little heat to try to free them up. I'll give each one 3 tries then it's new caliper time.
    Quote Originally Posted by fabiodriven View Post
    Trick the people into thinking they're enacting their own will and you have willing slaves.

    Liberalism suspends the intellect of its victims, while at the same time tricking them into believing that they're smarter than everyone else.


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