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  • Went for a ride

    And picked up a set of tires today.

    where is a good place to mount them? Click image for larger version

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    Maker of the 01-17 GL1800
    "Rocky Tree & Comfort Risers".
    Current bikes.
    1981 CB900C 10 speed (Restored)
    1986 GL1200 SEi
    2004 GL1800


  • #2
    On the rims.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by biglefti View Post
      On the rims.
      You did not ask that?

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      ************************************************** *******
      Maker of the 01-17 GL1800
      "Rocky Tree & Comfort Risers".
      Current bikes.
      1981 CB900C 10 speed (Restored)
      1986 GL1200 SEi
      2004 GL1800

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      • biglefti
        biglefti commented
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        Not a question, just a smarta$$ statement! LOL

    • #4
      Dood....you have like eleventy dozen trailers - didn't take one of those with ya to pick 'em up??

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      • #5
        Originally posted by kwthom View Post
        Dood....you have like eleventy dozen trailers - didn't take one of those with ya to pick 'em up??

        You wiseguys -Sakes.
        I had to go to wingstuff to pick up a part, then the tires in Vista, then my chiro appt. all while splitting on I-5 at 80 mph.

        I didn't really want to drag a trailer when I was haulin' azz.

        Besides no one was sitting back there anyways.

        Tossed them in the STT in case a Goldwinger shows up to buy the trailer?.
        We all know how cheap they are!!

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        ************************************************** *******
        Maker of the 01-17 GL1800
        "Rocky Tree & Comfort Risers".
        Current bikes.
        1981 CB900C 10 speed (Restored)
        1986 GL1200 SEi
        2004 GL1800

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        • kwthom
          kwthom commented
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          Everyone likes a little one, but nobody likes a smart one....

          <<BSEG>>

      • #6
        Rocky,
        I agree with you 100% on how cheap Goldwingers are.
        I used to think Moto Guzzi guys were tight azzes when I rode a Guzzi.
        They did not hold a candle to a good respectable Goldwinger.lmao

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        • #7
          Originally posted by flat6bagger View Post
          Rocky,
          I agree with you 100% on how cheap Goldwingers are.
          I used to think Moto Guzzi guys were tight azzes when I rode a Guzzi.
          They did not hold a candle to a good respectable Goldwinger.lmao
          True story.

          I met a guy while on a ride. His first motorcycle was a Goldwing.
          We talked and I told him I work on wings.

          As he gained riding experience he wanted to up grade his suspension.

          As time went on. He adapted the Goldwing creed.

          One day he came by announced expecting me to be at his beck n call seeing I was a mechanic.

          He lived about 30 miles away and I felt bad that he had a hole in his marble bag!, (No joke)
          So I fixed the issue he was having issue with.

          So as I'm putting my tools away he stands there holding a $20 in my direction.

          I said what is that for?

          He never asked what I'd charge for any of his past repairs. (I'm very fair for the quality and care of work I do)

          Today for some reason? He decides he is going to set my rate?

          He says-Here this is for the work you just did!! (1 1/2 hrs and I had to listen to him,which was a PITA by itself)


          I laughed and looked him in the eye. and said "You keep it"
          I continued, Use it to buy fuel, You are going to need it to find another mechanic that will do the kind of work I do and put up with your BS while you are there!

          Then I told him to leave.
          It took him a few minutes to pick his jaw up off the driveway. lol


          As I said he wasn't all that bright (I mean who buys a 2009 Air Bag bike as a very first bike??)

          He tried to call me a few times after months had passed.

          I never took the call.

          My wife showed my how to block a caller on my new phone. I am now pretty good at call blocking.



          Life is to short to waste on some people!!
          ************************************************** *******
          Maker of the 01-17 GL1800
          "Rocky Tree & Comfort Risers".
          Current bikes.
          1981 CB900C 10 speed (Restored)
          1986 GL1200 SEi
          2004 GL1800

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          • #8
            Sad that folks like that exist. However, you did the smart thing to remove that irritation from your life

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            • #9
              I wondered why I wasn't getting through!

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              • Rocky
                Rocky commented
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                you forgot where the door was again huh?
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