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Unrepentant Cowboy SOB
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By the headless manhood of st john the baptist, my bike is now running once again!

I hope. It took me 5 beers to figure out how to get the back wheel rolling again without rubbing and with minimal wobble. Another beer to get the front der to quit rubbing. I'm stll at a loss on how to get my little tiny back cog to quit ghost shifting. But all else seems well.

Not that anyone really cares..well I do, and my dog who i am now taking out on a run to test drive this thing.
 

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Glad you have your bike up and running. Interesting photo there. Is that a "Gee" hanging up with a black belt? Also, to the right is a interesting gun belt with what looks to be .223 ammo?

 

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WooHoo! So...how was the test ride?

Konapdlr said:
Glad you have your bike up and running. Interesting photo there. Is that a "Gee" hanging up with a black belt? Also, to the right is a interesting gun belt with what looks to be .223 ammo?

I believe it is "Gi" and it definitely looks like a black belt and a bit worn on the edges so it's been through some training. What style, I don't know...
 

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su.ling~ said:
WooHoo! So...how was the test ride?

I believe it is "Gi" and it definitely looks like a black belt and a bit worn on the edges so it's been through some training. What style, I don't know...
Well excuse me...."Gi" it is.:p I took Kenpo for 3 years. That was fun, wish I would have stuck with it.
 

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Unrepentant Cowboy SOB
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Well.......
If you KP and su ling had graced us with your presence at South Mountain this morning you would seen how the test ride went...very painful for me, but the bike held up!!!!!!!!!!!

Yes it is a Gi, but no it isn't since it called a Do-bok in Korean. Back in the day when I used to be in shape, TKD and Judo used to be my main passions...more TKD competitionwise though. I actually started in Kenpo long, long ago.

The cartridges you can see on my pistol belt are .280 Remingtons.

Now then...to see what you two missed out on...check out my next post. And yes, once again I was schooled by the AZ crew!
 
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