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  1. Guareschi celebra i 100 anni con una special. https://www.omnimoto.it/news/499066/moto-guzzi-guareschi-100-anni-special-anticipazioni/
    4 points
  2. You know how the YouTube Rabbit Hole goes. You start searching videos on replacing fork seals and removing snap rings and click on something diversionary, but interesting. Then you see your bass on stage with a Gold Top Les Paul. And Beth Hart. "Whole Lotta Love!" - indeed....
    3 points
  3. "What? No, I don't smell anything"
    2 points
  4. A friend put a pair on his FJR. It was on my recommendation since I love them on my LeMans. I have the first gen and he got the new style. He complained about a slight wobble. He went back to the installer and they rebalanced but it did not help. They then exchanged them for a pair of the earlier style and the issue was solved.
    1 point
  5. I can't see the details doc but it looks like a wire not a circlip? In the video removing a large Circlip that way is just horrible. You almost certainly distort the clip so it cant be re used and at the same time bur up the edges of the groove it seats in. Big clips like that are tricky to deal with but here's a tip. The component in the video can be held down on the bench with a pair of simple padded QR carpenters clamps so you aren't chasing the thing all over the bench while dealing with the Circlip. Or you can use another methodology. I would have used a pair of straight pliers and when y
    1 point
  6. the tiny photo makes it difficult to see the ring ends. so, depending... I'll assume it's one of those very small, very deep set, tight fitting mf'r of a ring with no helpful ends. I sometimes use my micro screwdriver as a starter, with slightly larger ones as it comes out. An fine ice pick can be helpful helpful too. The video kid was hard to watch. The right idea with shaved ape execution. a little patience my son.
    1 point
  7. Beware of Step #5: "Oven Cure" to coincide when momma is away on shopping or otherwise distracted from her kitchen . . .
    1 point
  8. ALLMAN BROTHERS / Fillmore East . The entire recording . One of the best of all time .
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  9. OK guys, the T3 California was completed in record time for me, 7 months. Usually it takes me 7 years! I have about 50 miles on it and it runs perfectly! A most enjoyable project.
    1 point
  10. Not my Stornello, BUT I did add a single to the herd a few weeks ago! 1935 GTS
    1 point
  11. Wow, what David Gilmore says at about 8:00 in this interview speaks to me. Something about the other interviews in this series inform my approach to, not just music, but motorcycling and other ventures. Cheers: David Gilmore!
    1 point
  12. Hi Docc, here is the YouTube video that conceptually shows how to remove this type of clip. Hopefully this will save someone else some time in searching... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2CicHXwvws
    1 point
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