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  1. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/133573248578
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  2. Wow, man what a kindness! Thank you, Sir! This was my mostest-worstest oil change of all thirty. Drain plug pulled its threads out in bits/ first stuck oil filter, ever/ sump fastener that holds the left side, rear aspect of the sidestand index plate pulled its threads (all in one coiled mass). As many of you already know (or suspect), when my Sport goes down (for whatever reason), I become, er, rather afflicted . . . My local (O'Reilly) auto parts store had the full M10-1.50 Stanley "Heli-Coil" kit for the drain plug. Heat gun and a friction surface (100grit paper) insid
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  3. Thanks. That's the Shirley Meeting House in Shirley MA, a stopping point in one of my local ride loops. http://www.shirleymeetinghouse.org/ https://goo.gl/maps/cLv2SqAFmNTTDzwK8 Thursday was pretty warm for November, 64F, and the roads clear, so I took one more 2020 ride before winter fix-up time ... tank-off service, driveshaft service, and so on ... .
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  4. Whenever I read a write-up on a product, I always wonder about the CV of the writer and what kind of rider they are. So; In almost all groups I have spent any significant time with, I have tended to find myself the lead navigator, be it on foot, cycle, motorcycle or car. From a young age (7 in 1972) I did milk rounds with my Dad on Saturdays (and school holidays) and he being a supervisor, saw over four different rounds. So I learnt my way around Gravesham early and was always taking my friends on cycle rides that looking back probably would have made their parents cringe had they known o
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  5. The small scale at the top is an indication of one's progress through the programmed journey.
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  6. In most photo programs, you will see Direct, BB (bulletin board) code.. it has the .img.. and HTML. After the latest upgrade to this site, BB no longer works, and you have to choose "Direct."
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  7. Easy swap with the stock lamp
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  8. Regarding the photo. The big arrow pointing straight ahead means you're going on the route, it would point away in the wrong direction if you weren't. The small dot on the right means your next turn will be a right turn and 8.9 miles means the right turn is 8.9 miles ahead. The small scale indicates whether it's a hard right turn or a slighter turn such as a fork in the road or roundabout. Pretty intuitive. If you get off course, press the yellow button will recalculate to get you back on route. Or just continue to ride and follow the arrow until you find your way back to the route
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  9. You have to use the "Direct" option instead of img.
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  10. Docc, I have the same stripped sump bolt issue, and have the helicoil kit I purchased/used for another bike. STI Bottoming tap and installation tool included. Not included is 1/4” drill bit needed. I can send to you if you will return it to me before I need to change the oil filter in the springtime. No hurry, I need to acquire the courage and a right angle drill before I start this repair. Bob
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  11. I've had my Beeline for a couple of months. Got it from a member of the Wild Guzzi board who never took it out of the box. The unit works as advertised. I've test ridden compass and point to point. Since the Covid deal started, I've not done any overnight travel and put it through all the paces. I've only done a couple of test runs with it. So there maybe other pros and cons and I'll likely have to refresh myself how to build routes. I like the minimalist approach. It's about the size of wristwatch face. I can mount it with rubber bands on my bars and there are some adhesive
    1 point
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