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    And bren downe i miss going to syrup making as a kid! Good stuff there!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 83ATC185 View Post
    And bren downe i miss going to syrup making as a kid! Good stuff there!
    I've been doing it since I was a kid and I hope my son carries on the tradition. Nothing fancy here. Just an old oil drum evaporator and some milk jugs hanging off trees. Oh yeah and a ton of labor. I ask my self every year "why do I do this?"
    Then the smell hits me. Have you ever smelled a gallon of fresh maple syrup boiling??? It really "sticks" with you.
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    Reassembling my all winter long project at my parents house. Dad is starting to worry about fitting mowers in the garage since this is still all apart. Good excuse to hang out with my parents though, my garage is full and this one never left their house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6bt View Post


    Reassembling my all winter long project at my parents house. Dad is starting to worry about fitting mowers in the garage since this is still all apart. Good excuse to hang out with my parents though, my garage is full and this one never left their house.

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    I'd love me some zilla...........been thinking of blowing off the R purchase and picking one up like this one...

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    I've been watching that one...Only $500-600 to move it across the country 😁

    Depending what R your after, zillas are still pretty reasonable at the moment considering their uniqueness. Maybe grab one sooner then later..

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6bt View Post
    zillas are still pretty reasonable at the moment considering their uniqueness.
    I agree....... especially compared to so many Rs around.

    I don't like to spread "scuttlebutt".......and I have no personal knowledge but a guy local to me who purchased some Mitchells from me dealt with those guys before. He said they slap things together and use a gallon of armoral.......those were the kinder words. They have 100% positive feedback so they seem fine. I don't know....... I do know this.........unmolested original examples of these machines are starting to have less sightings than UFOs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bren_downe View Post
    Have you ever smelled a gallon of fresh maple syrup boiling??? It really "sticks" with you.
    No maple syrup around these parts, only sugar cane

    How long does it take to cook down?
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    Hi Fellas... I picked up a 06 YZ125. It has been neglected . I'm giving the treatment to get it back to where it should be.








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    Nice Grizzly.

    Speaking of old YZ125s. .........coming soon to ebay. Ran when parked. Actually it did. Now it needs gas into the cylinder for a hint of life. Nice platform for a restoration tho.





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    Nice Grizzly.

    Speaking of old YZ125s. .........coming soon to ebay. Ran when parked. Actually it did. Now it needs gas into the cylinder for a hint of life. Nice platform for a restoration tho.





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    My favorite bike.. which I sold and am kicking my self for is my 1993 CR250.


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    Quote Originally Posted by knappyfeet View Post
    I'd love me some zilla...........been thinking of blowing off the R purchase and picking one up like this one...

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/122404865299

    The eBay seller atcpartsnrestoration is exactly how your local guy said. Unless I could go check it out I wouldn't get it.
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