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  • BluLightning
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    Originally posted by moparjim71 View Post
    Pondering getting the snow blower out tomorrow.
    Ours is in the shed next to the garage ready to go. I just have to stretch an extension cord out there to start it.

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  • moparjim71
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    Pondering getting the snow blower out tomorrow.

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  • BluLightning
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    I'm pondering how much more fun the Solstice is going to be with 80 more RWHP. That should put it right around 300 at the wheels.

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  • stu yoakam
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    It was sold. Don't have to buy it now. Some days I think about putting the column shift back together. The floor shifter is a bit vague.

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  • stu yoakam
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    Tilt column for $100 on craigslist. 1972 Chevelle. Tempting but what would I do with the old one? Column shift automatic with keys. Don't really need tilt when your seat is squishing so you can get in and out easy. Other than the low top to the door opening. https://kansascity.craigslist.org/pt...241249360.html

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  • stu yoakam
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    Window sticker says 5k miles for oil change. Its only been 2k and the car keeps saying "change oil". Has been since February though....

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  • cstmwgn
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    Technology is a wonderful thing - it seems back in the day, a couple boxes of sheet metal screws installed from the inside out was all you needed to play on the ice.

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  • 200WINS
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    Originally posted by cstmwgn View Post
    I thought all you frozen tundra folks put paddle tires on them an rode in the winter!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UxSiH5VonTE

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  • BluLightning
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    Originally posted by cstmwgn View Post
    I thought all you frozen tundra folks put paddle tires on them an rode in the winter!
    I'll probably take mine out as long as the snow isn't too deep!

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  • cstmwgn
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    I thought all you frozen tundra folks put paddle tires on them an rode in the winter!

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  • moparjim71
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    I found out the Yamaha Enduros sit lower than the Honda’s do so I picked up 3 of them. Cathy is short and so are the grandkids. Keep me in mind if you come across any small Enduros or Mini Enduros. I may have to sell the 1968 Honda as it is too tall. I would buy another Yamaha or more if they were nicer than the ones I have now to upgrade. No riding here though until spring.
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  • BluLightning
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    I might have to get another minibike for Donna now!

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  • stu yoakam
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    I looked up flush mounted car glass after seeing it on tv. It says they want 999 for a windshield. Its only five times what a stock one costs. Would work well on my el camino since the studs for the trim are gone. They don't make a back window for it though. Has anybody tried one of the sliding rear windows?

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  • BluLightning
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    Originally posted by Monster View Post
    My neighbor in the 70's had one of those Honda Trail bikes .. they were pretty cool.
    So did mine. That's how I learned to ride a motorcycle. It was tough to find a yellow one that was affordable but I wanted that color.

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  • Monster
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    My neighbor in the 70's had one of those Honda Trail bikes .. they were pretty cool.

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