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    +1 Array schmii's Avatar
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    PSA Heat and fresh asphalt

    Just say no.

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    Ridin hard n dirty Array Mr.Sushi ya ha's Avatar
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    I've got some of these, can spare a couple. They've worked well for me so far. Got them off eBay, for myself a a few buddies. Some aren't interested, leaving me with a couple spares.




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    license to chill Array frontside5's Avatar
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    Worktorideandridetowork. Array JJoohhnn's Avatar
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    What ever you use, attach a string to it long enough to loop on the handle bar grip.
    That way you won't forget it when you leave and don't have to bend down to pick it up.

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    Moderator Array CoolDaddyGroove's Avatar
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    I like traffic cones :S Array made Man's Avatar
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    Formerly kanelupis Array CanaganD's Avatar
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    Downtown in fresh pavement. Wasn't even that hot too. 3 days, 3 distinct impressions.


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    To torque or not? Array CaribooBC's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by JJoohhnn View Post
    What ever you use, attach a string to it long enough to loop on the handle bar grip.
    That way you won't forget it when you leave and don't have to bend down to pick it up.
    The string is a great idea, thanks!
    86 Honda NS400R Bone stock, 94 Ducati 900 SS CR Hot Rod, 98 BMW R1100S The Bagger.

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    Your bike was tired Schmii, it just laid down to have a nap.

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