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some good news

Post by Cfish » Thu Oct 19, 2017 11:57 am

Tracking shows that my package finally showed up in Southern Cal. I hope what I get back is ok even though I paid more than I should have. Thanks for the advise, I will definately ask around before buying from the internet in the future.
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Post by RT1 » Thu Oct 19, 2017 2:58 pm

Firstly... Apex, beautiful job! You should be proud! I really enjoyed reading through the thread.

Also...
Rick C. wrote:Sorry Evan to hijack. Chris, you could have saved a ton of cash if you asked questions before.
DEET would have done your gauges up right. My buddy and myself, do the tins.
Rick C. - what are "the tins" sk_wsign
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Post by ol brown shoe » Thu Oct 19, 2017 8:01 pm

Very nice Evan! You got mad skills. Your buddy must be loving it! Stronge work!

RT1, Tins are gas and oil tanks.
RT1 wrote:Firstly... Apex, beautiful job! You should be proud! I really enjoyed reading through the thread.

Also...


Rick C. - what are "the tins" sk_wsign
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Post by B.C. » Thu Oct 19, 2017 10:41 pm

ol brown shoe wrote: RT1, Tins are gas and oil tanks.
and fenders
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Post by RT1 » Fri Oct 20, 2017 5:27 am

Thanks guys -
I guess I never heard that expression, but it is what I was guessing.
I've always referred to them as "the sheet metal" or sometimes "the bodywork".
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Question

Post by Cfish » Fri Oct 20, 2017 1:14 pm

A friend of a friend has a 73 SC 500 he has had in the garage for years and has decided to sell. If it's all there and ok condition what's it worth. 500 to 600 bucks?
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Post by apex » Wed Oct 25, 2017 3:50 pm

Thanks all, my buddy is LOVING the RT2. I'm still fiddling with it, trying to get it as dialed as possible, but man the thing runs good! Making me think maybe I need a 360.....

The main thing my friend needs to get dialed in, for himself, is his kicking technique. He's bruised his arch on more than one occasion!!
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Post by apex » Wed Oct 25, 2017 3:51 pm

Cfish wrote:A friend of a friend has a 73 SC 500 he has had in the garage for years and has decided to sell. If it's all there and ok condition what's it worth. 500 to 600 bucks?
That's a brutal bike, not for the timid. There's a few members who own them on this site, might post your question up in the Craigslist/eBay page. 5-600 for a complete bike seems reasonable if it's been sitting.
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Haven't been on this site in a bit, $0 RT2 Out and About!

Post by apex » Mon Nov 12, 2018 1:46 am

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