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  2. I don't know exactly how the ones I've seen work, but this is what I understand from the bits I've seen from being around the shop: There are several filter membranes used in a water filtering station. When they get full of stuff they're put in the press to squeeze out the remaining water. The press is opened and there are 'cakes' of fine solids that are dumped into a wheel barrow then put out in the sun to dry. The solids can then be put in the trash legally. The filtering station holds and treats the waste water before dumping it into the sewer. Someone has to test it before
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  3. Show him this. This one has zero miles and comes in a crate.
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  4. No...it’s the port connector on the device. To clear or load detailed maps, it’s the fastest and easiest way to do it. PC3 went with USB. Oh, now I get it.... Yeah, I had a map that leaned out the fuel under 5K. Bike ran fine. The rich low end is great if you need all that power, but the XX is plenty fast even on the lean side.
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  5. I did a 4mm spacer under the shock mount, because 6 was too much. I had lowered the front a little, but then scrapped the fairing and stator cover at a track day, so had to go back to stock height.
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  6. A friend of mine shot a buffalo recently, that *should* be a one animal wrap. Leave the fur on for extra protection.
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  7. Look for RST brand leathers, they make them for chunkies.
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  8. Machine guns are too dangerous to allow into the hands of civilians.....unless they pay $200 for the privilege.
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  9. No, it's proof that we need vehicle inspections to keep these kinds of deathtraps off the roads! 🙂
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  10. Update, ordered 2 used sensors off a wrecked truck from a junkyard in Louisianna or some godawful place for $30 off ebay. They had multiple pictures of the truck they were parting out and it was well wrecked and lower mileage, so I took a light risk they were good. It took a month or so to get them. Heated up the bungs and got the old ones out without grief, no-seized up the "new" ones and popped them in, took about an hour laying on the frozen driveway. Truck has been error free since. Bought a new OEM one off ebay for $30 to put in the glovebox, I don't want to be in mid-bumfuck and hav
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  11. Yeah, so respect your elders, colonists or not. 😜
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  12. Appalachia by way of Pittsburgh: Y’uns (“you ones”). This is an Appalachian word that is interchangeable with y’all. Northern Appalachians (in Pennsylvania) also say it, but they pronounce it yinz while Southern Appalachians pronounce it like a German umlaut u, or yünz. (http://tnwordsmith.blogspot.com/2015/12/how-to-speak-southern-appalachian.html)
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  13. Good job. Did you get the clear film on the forks?
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  14. Corbin Beetle Bags in black for Honda CBR 1100XX Blackbird, with hardware. They were super- expensive and are not made any longer. They bolt on and off in just a few minutes with no modifications to the bike. I'm not pro seller, so in-person pickup or shipping/packing taken care of by Buyer.
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  15. Yep. Just have to get the generator mounted to power it.
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  16. Brand new beautiful piston. Too bad CR is fake.
    1 point
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