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    I'll have to check mine, but it's too darn cold in the garage until next week, gonna get real cold the next few days and nights.
    Thanks to both of you for listing this.

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    I FINALLY installed the heated grips on the Stella the STT that have been dust-ily mocking me on the shelf (can't WAIT to use them), and put on a new mount for my phone/GPS, and fixed the phone charging cable, and added one for the Sena, and re-packed all the spare crap under the seat. Also re-installed the wide band O2 in the rear header and forgot (AGAIN) to take pics and video for that 10 minute job Ready for more tuning, I'm afraid the girl is getting old so I've been shopping for 1250 stuff Maybe I just feel that way after getting off the 185 HP, 400Lb EBR beast? Time will tell if she craps her shiny inside stuff to the outside.

    Can you believe I fit 4 wheel bearings, an air compressor, 15' of wire, a folding knife, a small pry bar, a 13/16" deep socket, the Buell tool kit, safety wire, extra fuses, extra relays, a ratcheting screwdriver with bits, a roll of electrical tape, all under the seat?! That not even the stuff I keep in the roll-up tool kit hanging off the side!

    I love late nights in the garage

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    And zip ties ^^^^


    #BecauseBuell

    haha

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    Come-on out to the east coast, you'd be using those heated grips everyday.

    I don't believe you installed the rear 02 sensor on Stella, no pics it didn't happen.

    The place's you take Stella out to, you need all those tools !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cooter View Post
    I FINALLY installed the heated grips on the Stella the STT that have been dust-ily mocking me on the shelf (can't WAIT to use them), and put on a new mount for my phone/GPS, and fixed the phone charging cable, and added one for the Sena, and re-packed all the spare crap under the seat. Also re-installed the wide band O2 in the rear header and forgot (AGAIN) to take pics and video for that 10 minute job Ready for more tuning, I'm afraid the girl is getting old so I've been shopping for 1250 stuff Maybe I just feel that way after getting off the 185 HP, 400Lb EBR beast? Time will tell if she craps her shiny inside stuff to the outside.

    Can you believe I fit 4 wheel bearings, an air compressor, 15' of wire, a folding knife, a small pry bar, a 13/16" deep socket, the Buell tool kit, safety wire, extra fuses, extra relays, a ratcheting screwdriver with bits, a roll of electrical tape, all under the seat?! That not even the stuff I keep in the roll-up tool kit hanging off the side!

    I love late nights in the garage
    Motorcycle version of the Clampetts!

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    I couldn't call AAA with all these little trees around!

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    That's one hell of a tree! Sequoias?

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    Finally finished fixing my rear brake light! Yay! It took me a couple days more than I anticipated. My wife must have pumped that brake 10,000 times with no joy. I finally ordered a Mityvac 8000 and that took care of it in short order. Nothing like tiring out the old lady to get the go-ahead for a new garage tool. Next comes the fork seals, ECM reprogram and installing a Race Muffler.

    IMG_2772.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by jl551c View Post
    That's one hell of a tree! Sequoias?
    A secret trail through the Redwoods! "Turn left at the Indian Casino, past the park, left across the 7th hole of the golf course and in-between the blue and red houses on the right side" is what I was told to do, by a guy at a gas station 90 miles north of there. Proof positive that you should talk to people at every gas stop when traveling

    It was so empty it was creepy, even the branches of the Ferns were bigger than I was! Felt like Land of the Lost

    jl551c: You're really going to town on it!

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    Those red woods are beautiful !



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