I prefer to stop and build a small fire. And you can cook more on it.
Ghengis Kahns' mongols used to sit on a steak while on horseback to tenderize it and cook it with the heat from their butt and the horses back.
Perhaps that was the beginning of steak tartar.
For about $30.00 you can purchase a 12 volt lunch box oven from Pilot or Loves truck stop stores. The oven will warm or cook your food at 300 degrees. We purchase inexpensive tin foil pans at the market that fit inside the lunch box oven. This way we have hot food and little clean up while on our trips.
We used to wrap up stuff in multiple payers of aluminum foil and lay it over the car's engine block on a long trip and it would all be cooked just fine when we got where we were going. That block is up to 700 degrees in areas, but stays just right for cooking at the top beneath the hood.
Yes it's me again.
Trying to learn all that I can to proceed with my project.
Verses my normal costly method of guess and go. Lol
Looking for any knowledge , tips , tricks , suggestions , instructions , patterns , basically any
help at all when it come to cutting the clearance...
As promised — here’s the “definitive” article — first, a guide to identifying the American TW200 by the colour scheme for each year — 1987 to 2018 (credit to Joeband for the pics)
1987 — two colours (below)
1988 — single colour — The ”Black Widow”
1989 — two colours — (the first is a...
I would like to know what kind of mileage my fellow tdubers have on their trusty machines..
Just take a second and post your mileage.
I have only 498 miles .... Thunderstorms almost everyday after work since I bought her..
Just got a 1997 TW200 with 509 actual miles.
New to this forum, but had many bikes.
Last new bike I got was a Hayabusa.
Told dealer I wanted first oil change done for free,
He agreed.. Told him I wanted to drive it 25 miles, came back and get oil changed..He acted like I was crazy..