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TOXXIC last won the day on February 5

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  1. Wrap your upper body in a latex gloves and have you put it on in front of a national audience? Guessing how Terry's coat fit you, doubting this one would fit very well.
  2. I am voting FPR is the culprit. Had gas in my oil with my 01 XX. FPR fixed it. Good luck. I did a Turbo city replacement, but have also heard they no longer support the XX
  3. That's a pretty bird!
  4. I see the pics just fine?
  5. Gorgeous bike, would love to ride one someday. Before the XX I had a 1st generation Sprint and loved it, nothing sounds better than a triple.
  6. I do, and I suspect they have an unharnessed market in Central/South America and Asia. However, I didn't have the time or desire to mirror their marketing strategy. Good luck on your sale, much less expensive then when they were new!
  7. Oh, and mine had Zero scratches or scuffs.
  8. I got $240 for three iPhones, two 5S models and a 6S. With the 7 out their is zero interest in a 5. Just threw away two Otterboxes.
  9. More like hooking up with a crazy ex-girlfriend for a one-night stand....because crazy fucks the best.
  10. If Joe doesn't have what you need I have several in my attic, but am on the wrong cost shipping cost wise.
  11. Have (2) Verizon, iPhone 5S phones. Both look new, lived whole lives in phone cases. Screens and case are scratch free. Have an Otter box I can throw in. I cut the screen out as I didn't like looking through the plastic. $120/each plus shipping Next, I have an iPhone 6 (also Verizon) with a cracked screen. $75 plus shipping. All are 16G models.
  12. Very cool move on your part Mike. Hopefully Furbird uses them in good health.
  13. Maybe the speedo cable leading into the transmission or transfer case, if 4WD. Hopefully Oscar chimes in. But that's where I would start. Work from there to the back of the gauge cluster.