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Discussion in 'Automotive / Motorcycle Chat' started by TheCytochromeC, Apr 25, 2014.
Damn! I have been in the wrong business!
YeAh.....don't lose those Fobs. You will regret it.
Amazon has some.... $104 for the fob. Probably another $200 to get the dealer to program it.
I got a replacement key for the Porsche off Ebay.
Had to go to the dealer to program it, but still saved $$$.
Hmmm. Drank me a six pack of PBR last night. My Sunday blitz out.
Checking the email. It seems I ordered the handlebars and grips....
Well, I guess that's out the way.
I've had the new fork seal for a month. It's sitting in a bag in the top of the tool box.
I just didn't feel like changing the turd out when its 100°. Ugh, I need to do it. Ill get it done before the weekend. The Suzuki is going up for sale. I've gotten use to riding low and forward on the Honda. When I get on the Suzuki. Muscle memory isn't remembering the high cruiser handlebars and the foot pegs that feel like there on the front of the bike. Way out front. Now it feels weird as hell. Like I've never rode it before. All the memories have been wiped out by the Honda.
That's okay. The Suzuki boulevard can be replaced by a Honda Grom. Vroooom...
I sat on one at the dealer. I thought it was a joke until later. When I found out it'll do 80mph and it's DOT legal. 125cc. I had a Honda trail 50 as a child. The grom is about the same size but with twice the motor. Ridiculously small bike.
Honda trail 50 was my second mini bike.
Trail 50 was my first. Then a Suzuki RM80 was my second.
I had a Yamaha 60 next.
Can't remember which model it was, had speedometer and headlights though.
Yamaha 125(250?) enduro was my third. Bigger brother would ride it to his mechanic job at JC Pennys. When they had an automobile department.
Huge POS. He wore the $hit out of it and gave it to me. It wouldnt catch a cotton tail rabbit in third gear. I ran over a trash bag of beer cans somebody left out by the ditch. I had crushed beer cans in the chain. What a Turd motorcycle.