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  1. This one was mine, never should have sold it
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  2. Caleb......attempts to contact you by phone are unsuccessful. I need your address.
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  3. As long as I can afford it, AGM is the only type I will buy. They seem so much better than the regular flooded style.
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  4. Potatoes are a fantastic source of many nutrients including critical amino acids (which your body uses to build human protein). Thing is, nearly all SAD (Standard American Diet) cooking and serving methods turn them into junk food. Fried potatoes of various kinds, or slathered with grease. Mayo is likely one of the shittiest things we use to grease up potatoes. There's another way. This recipe is a work in progress and I'm tweaking as I go. All measures are approximate. Served it twice with great feedback. Also, consider your variables like black pepper, adding dill, adding chives, etc etc. BASE NOTE: Using nuts as an oil/grease substitute is a staple of WFPB cooking. The best way to do this is to soak the nuts in very hot water (not really boiling though) for about 20 minutes, then blend in a high power blender. plain boiled potatoes, probably around a pound and a half, remove skins after boiling 1 cup raw cashews, softened in hot water 1 tbsp lemon juice 1 tbsp apple cider vinegar 1-3 tbsp mustard, vary by taste and type (3 tbsp stone ground German is awesome) 1 tsp garlic powder Potassium chloride to taste, about 1/4 tsp vinegar pickled gherkins, diced (go wild here, to taste) white onion, diced add some of the pickles' liquid Cook the potatoes in advance, let cool, so they are firm. Let the salad sit for half a day for better taste. Blend nuts and other ingredients, except obviously not the potatoes, onions, and gherkins.
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  5. Why 2% instead of whole milk, well, lower fat is better for cappuccino. Why not skim milk? Can't stand the taste of it.
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  6. Same here, when tested I was extremely low, down into the teen's
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  7. Industry standard 7.48 mm Dia. shims. Irrc. They are widely available. Many other brands of mcycle use those plus there is aftermarket like Hotcams or K&L. The nice thing about Honda OEM shim is the fact they available in 0.025 mm steps unlike aftermarket- 0.05mm. So if you are anal about engines like I am go with Honda OEM shims. I always like to get valve clearances as close as possible. The OEM window, let's say 0.13-0.19 mm or 0.06 mm spread, is not good enough for me. I'd like to get them to within 0.01-0.02 mm.
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  9. This is what I have (minus the passenger backrest and without the blue piping), scored it on ebay before my big Deal's Gap trip over a decade ago and it made all the difference in the world. I don't think I ever put the stock seat back on. It has a tear in it that I never repaired and it never got worse. Best seat hands-down I've ever sat on on any bike I've ever owned. I think I made 11 trips through the Dragon that time plus a run over the Cherohala (did the full loop) plus the Hellbender. Never ridden that much in my life; this seat made all the difference. YMMV.
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  10. My Bronco came with one, which was convenient when I was legit working at Marana WAATS, but didn't qualify for a sticker. Most of the time I got a glance and a salute.
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  11. There’s another XX site?
    1 point
  12. I thought they were more "ricer" style, but I like both rice and beans.
    1 point
  13. If that was a handheld tester then it probably did load. If it was the big machine in the store it's a charger so it would have a fan, and it might also do load testing. A few years ago I took a pair of dead batteries to Oreilly and they passed their test, not a load tester. The batteries were under warranty but they wouldn't replace them because their machine said they were good. I did more tests to be sure, took them back, and luckily they took my word for it that they were dead so I got new ones. I also had one that would self-discharge that passed their test. I offered to leave it over night for them to re-test in the morning, they took my word for it. Little bonuses of being well known there. My big Midtronics analyzer does a combination of loading, charging, and resting while analyzing, it takes a few minutes to give a result. Unless the battery is super fucked then it quickly tells you so. My handheld only does inductive testing and only takes a few seconds. None of the inductive testers I've seen have any cooling because they don't create heat, they're just a closed plastic box. Load testers create lots of heat that has to get out.
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