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Just curious... hopefully this wasn't already done. I've allowed for multiple answers for those of us blessed enough to have more than one.
 

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IIRC Truelight has a thread going on this but it is not a sticky so it probably sank several pages. Mine is a 12.



BTW Andrewclues, is that you and your dog in your avatar? If so, do you still have a face? Looks like one fiercely competitive pooch!



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IIRC Truelight has a thread going on this but it is not a sticky so it probably sank several pages. Mine is a 12.



BTW Andrewclues, is that you and your dog in your avatar? If so, do you still have a face? Looks like one fiercely competitive pooch!



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Thankfully that is not my dog, its just a picture i came across on the net that i thought was funny. I'll check the other thread out, thanks.
 

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I have an 89 that is currently front-end-less in imlxr8in's garage. Should be put back together in time for a NJ pine barrens ride this weekend.
 

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Mine is kinda like Johnny Cash's Cadillac. One piece at a time.... But technically the frame is an '87.



Hers started life as a '91.
 

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Mine is kinda like Johnny Cash's Cadillac. One piece at a time.... But technically the frame is an '87.



Hers started life as a '91.


i suppose it cost you more than a dime......
 

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i suppose it cost you more than a dime......


I've fared a bit better than most because there's very little aftermarket stuff on mine, and what little there is I scored cheaply. These bikes have brought us some great friends and I benefitted greatly from the free flow of parts and goodies in circulation amongst us But if time is munny I'd prolly burn up a calculator battery or two.



I reckon most of us would.
 

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Finally my 89 is ready to ride! Did the fork seals and oil last night. Riding to the NJ pine barrens saturday. My new bikes maiden voyage.
 
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