AdverseMartyr
ewilliamson
9:31 AM
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Isn’t this one of those situations where you bookmark it into a specific folder for yourself? That way you can find the specific thread referencing it later?

9:15 AM
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Actually, he probably over inflated a bit in the hope that he might get a bit more bounce to cushion the landing from the drop.

2/22/20
12:25 AM
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If you read the whole thread, he explains his tires and how he uses them. He’s buying very grippy sport tires, and not buying reallyhardgoodforgasmileage,butbadatstoppingandturning tires.

2/21/20
10:44 PM
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And he’ll lose out on 50% of his source material for the website.

2/20/20
9:42 PM
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I’m actually stuck trying to figure out how it is that God doesn’t believe in himself, but can prove that he exists, and it can’t be proven that he is not God. So he’s proven to himself that he exists, but he doesn’t believe his own proof?

2/20/20
9:31 PM
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If you’re being pedantic (which we all love to be when commenting online since it is so much fun) HD does do innovative things behind the scenes, but... until the Livewire, they haven’t really been selling innovative - they’ve been selling the 1930s-50s. Read more

2/20/20
9:31 PM
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If you’re being pedantic (which we all love to be when commenting online since it is so much fun) HD does do innovative things behind the scenes, but... until the Livewire, they haven’t really been selling innovative - they’ve been selling the 1930s-50s. Read more

2/20/20
9:22 PM
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I’m not certain, what there is to maintain on an electric bike other than tires. I guess eventually the handle grips will wear out, and so will the seat. Oh, Fork seals and oil. Those are not exactly frequent maintenance items. Did you mean plugging it in at night? Read more

2/20/20
1:00 AM
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With rentals here it probably was already there. Most bumpers have rash from striking high curbs at faster than recommended speeds. And from brushing electrical poles that are taking up a portion of the street.

2/19/20
8:17 PM
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My thought is that David Tracy needs this to give him a good shell for all those decent parts he has flopping around in Jeep shaped rust.

2/18/20
10:39 AM
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I recommend getting a kei car for a day, and trying to fit it down the “streets” marked with the round blue sign picturing a bicycle and a person walking, but without the sign saying no cars allowed. Read more

2/14/20
9:21 PM
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I bet you could get the Camaro’s weight down even closer to the Supra’s if those (nearly) worthless rear seats were removed.

2/12/20
9:48 AM
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I did the same thing at the end of January, only at Costco here in Japan. I ran over a screw, and with no spare I put a plug in the tire the next day. (I saw that there was severe cracking in the treads of all four tires thanks to the screw). We happened to go to Costco that day, and there was a deal for ¥8000 cash Read more

1/27/20
12:45 AM
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Wouldn’t it stop at 399999? If it can make a 1 and a 2 then it should be able to make a 3, or at least that’s how my logic works.

1/27/20
12:42 AM
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Well, it’s a good thing I work from home. This needs a NSFW warning and buffer. Accidents in pants are a workplace no-no.

11/1/19
7:49 PM
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Awesome! then you had the joy of Saddle road at it’s worst. Would you agree that then that the roads like Old Mamalahoa are good driving, but not really known about? (most of my experience with them is on a motorcycle)

11/1/19
7:49 PM
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Awesome! then you had the joy of Saddle road at it’s worst. Would you agree that then that the roads like Old Mamalahoa are good driving, but not really known about? (most of my experience with them is on a motorcycle)