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AgentP

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  • Birthday 04/01/1962

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    Perry
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    Akron
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    2008 Honda VTX1800T2, 2011 Kawasaki Concours

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  1. I've read a few articles about the craftsman m/c lifts and the general consensus is to purchase the "yellow" lift. Does anyone know what the advantage of the "yellow" craftsman m/c lift is over the red one?
  2. Sounds like we are on the same page. I have a vtx1800 and I needed something more...so when I ran across a lightly used C14 for a great price, I bought it. It cost me about two months the "silent treatment", it was/is worth it! I love the C14 but I can't give up the VTX just yet...o'ell Anyway, my neighbor has a pair of scala g4 for sale...He rarely used them and they are figuratively taking up space. If you are interested, I would be happy to see how much he wants for them. No biggie if you are not interested, I just wanted to say hello.
  3. My eleven year old daughter and I are planning something similar. One place we are going to stop is Pine Creek Gorge (PA Grand Canyon) but we will make a quick stop prior to visit Punxsutawney Phil. If we have time, we will head north and visit the falls....otherwise that will be another trip for another time. http://www.examiner.com/article/the-grand-canyon-of-pennsylvania Have fun!
  4. My two cents... Go to auctions and buy really old tools. They will be black and tarnished with age, but if you look real close, they are just as good now as they were 40 years ago. Take $100 of your money and buy a grinder and you can polish up this classics in no time. Take the rest of the money and put it in a 401K, or gold, or some other investment and forget about it for 40 years. When the time comes, you will be still have these tools, and over 100K....
  5. 11. Pull out your .38 and cap his ass. (and then steal his dope and smoke it.)
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