From:Brent e-mail:cdf959-A-embarqmail.com
Subject:RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: Sunshine Meet Date:Fri Apr 12 22:46:54 2013
Response to:18391
Dr. I didn't understand your post until I scrolled down to the picture of the motor parts in the dishwasher....you caused me clean-up as I spewed my wine all over my computer monitor unexpectedly. I wasn't able to use my dishwasher for that until I found myself divorced :-) Try a little 'Lime-Away' as it not only cleans the aluminum a bit better but descales the dishwasher of calcium build-up....H.S. ....'Hint's from Heloise' on the Exchange :-)...and yes, Swiffer pads make cleaning around motorcycle trophies/collectibles much easier.

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Did I mention my understanding Wife?

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My buddy Rudy used to call them 'Bitsa bikes' ...bitsa this, bitsa that.

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Great story!

So it's a Johnny Cash "One piece at a time" (if you remember the old song)
kind of project?

CJ
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So thats the story CJ,it started at Boones and is now back with his big
brother to live a nornal life

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It was a blast to do this little guy,how fast you ask? I've never got it out of
2nd gear yet

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I can't forget Alan that made this ex. system

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My thanks go out to Mutt and Mr. Taylor for all their support in this
build.The workmanship on the top end and carb. adp. is outstanding and
Duane made the signed chainguard just for me,how cool is that!

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I got bored one day and decided to go shopping,thats what my wife does
and it seems to help, so I went to Bro Boones and found some cool stuff
and started another project.CJ, this bike was made from anything that
would fit.

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I have been looking at the pictures of the Sunshine Meet - looks like it was
fun - I did have a question, though.

On the right-most picture on the fifth row, there is a Hummer with an
orange expansion chamber.

What's the story?