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Al Z. Heimer

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About Al Z. Heimer

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    Learnin' the Ropes
  • Birthday 07/09/1951

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    Jerry
  • Location
    Lordstown
  • Bike(s)
    2002 Honda Super Hawk 1994 Gold Wing 2008 DL650

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  1. Me and durk finally ride 8/5

    Holy shit ball! Dude glad this was a ride away rather than a fly away. I'm here if you need me. Put this in your hard drive --- After the monsoon rain we had yesterday your gonna have washouts like that. Have to expect it.
  2. Starting my Blog soon. How honest to be?

    Hey Bro. Although I'm not that close I can hook you up. All you need is the DR and your parts. I have probably have all the tools you'll need from air tools to a welder and a lift table. Leaving it till your done is not a problem. Hit me if your interested.
  3. American Burnout

    Maybe scrape up that rubber and get it made into some of this stuff. http://www.indianmotorcycle.com/en-us/inked?utm_source=indian.com%2finked&utm_medium=vanity-url&utm_campaign=vanity-ind-inked
  4. QSL valley view 7/26

    Oh boy. Probably only rides it to bike night. 🍶 🍪🍪🍪🍪🍪
  5. Sonik's maiden voyage. 7-22-17

    If you are not using something adjustable to raise the bike such as a rear stand the the best thing you can do is make a floor to tire ramp that does not fit tight. A little on the loose side is better to allow for new tread. Do this before you pull the axle. Doc's major issue was that when he pulled the wheel out the swing arm closed up about an eighth of an inch or more and the wheel with spacers would no longer fit. It took a bit of finesse get it back in.
  6. Sonik's maiden voyage. 7-22-17

    But I have spanners Mate. Cheers.
  7. Ricer1 in trouble

    Let's go John. I'm retired now. Ready to ride with you anytime. Keep swinging.
  8. Tonik needs sporty tires!!

    Looks to be holding up that guy on the SV650 as well. Needs to pull over.
  9. Tonik needs sporty tires!!

  10. bike 2009 FZ6 with just under 500 miles on it

    Cool beans Jim. Here's to many happy and safe miles and smiles. Squid. 👍
  11. Bike Transport Options?

    How well the bike will do depends on how well it is secured and how well your belongings are secured. As far as the corporate relo homo goes in my mind if there is room on the unit for your bike and you want pay to have them transport it and they are willing to do it said relo man is not part of the equation. That would be a separate contract between you and the mover. No different than if someone else has stuff they want to go to that destination. Pay the 50 bucks and move on.
  12. Tonik needs sporty tires!!

    What does @hiro think?
  13. Deals Gap 10/11-10/13

    Ok. What am I missing here? Justin made this post in 2014. I know Tonik has his shine and Dan well we know and not sure of Casper's choice of relaxation is.
  14. Tonik needs sporty tires!!

    https://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p/3778/52158/Bridgestone-Battlax-Hypersport-S20-Evo-Front-Motorcycle-Tire https://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p/750/52162/Bridgestone-Battlax-Hypersport-S20-Evo-Rear-Motorcycle-Tire Ran these on the Super Hawk. No issues. Stuck well. In fact going to order a front now. My only thing was the torque of my bike would chew the rear up in about 5k miles. Order today and they may be on your steps tomorrow. Only thing is the date of manufacture.
  15. bike 2009 FZ6 with just under 500 miles on it

    No doubt Jim. You should at least go have a look and set how it fits. Pauly does not give props to too many bikes but he has always been positive on this model. I'm a perfect example of not needing the latest up to date machinery to have a good time on two wheels.
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