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    Thanks again Fish - free is good! I'll give that a shot first. I think there's a discount for smugmug somewhere too. Might be good to have them in one place. I'll try the free one for awhile.

    I really had a beautiful ride down the Coronado Trail, but it was so nice with no traffic, I didn't end up stopping very often for pictures!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tburk View Post
    Thanks again Fish - free is good! I'll give that a shot first. I think there's a discount for smugmug somewhere too. Might be good to have them in one place. I'll try the free one for awhile.
    You're welcome. You can get a $5 discount at smugmug.com by using my coupon: ZhWlkhimCnkeI. Of course, every other smugmug user has a coupon you can use too.

    I really had a beautiful ride down the Coronado Trail, but it was so nice with no traffic, I didn't end up stopping very often for pictures!
    Nice. It's always a balance of riding vs. stopping for pics. I used to stop a lot more than I do now. Same thing with kids. I used to take a ton of videos and photos and now I play with them more than take pics of them playing. I've got a huge stack of hi8 and DV tapes that need to be processed and transferred to DVD as well as about a thousand photos. My new Mac Pro should show up in about a week, so I can get crackin'. Maybe once I start processing them I'll get back in the mood to shoot more.

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    oops...this is the "post a pic of your hexhead" thread, so I'd better...

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    Traded in an F800ST for this a week ago. Just turned 600 miles.


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    Here's mine. I've had her for 15 months now and the honeymoon continues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiTown View Post
    The Gap on my R1200R.



    Repeat after me: "Get my butt off the seat and lean me more than the bike!"

    Nice shot, if a little scarey!

    Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiTown View Post
    The Gap on my R1200R.




    Gap? what gap? I don't see any gap! I've seen spark plugs with more of a gap than the one between the jugs (and bags) and road in that pic!


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    Quote Originally Posted by MABSTER View Post
    Traded in an F800ST for this a week ago. Just turned 600 miles.

    You can't expect us to just sit here and not ask "why?", can you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rocketman View Post
    Gap? what gap? I don't see any gap! I've seen spark plugs with more of a gap than the one between the jugs (and bags) and road in that pic!


    RM

    Ya know, I was thinking the exact same thing when I saw that pic.
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    fish
    that is one darn nice looking scooter

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    chi town
    nice
    real nice, looks like a nice sunday afternoon cruise
    nice

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    Well....signed my retirement papers this past Tuesday,leaving Dec 31st after a 31+ year run in this business

    Bought my ultimate retirement traveler yesterday, made the '05 look small parked next to it. Spending my rainy Saturday transferring gadgets & gizmos to the new GiSelle.
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    Steve,

    You might love the bike, but you will love retirement a whole lot more. I'm 13 years into it, and it's the best job I ever had. I will admit that I have worked harder on retirement than when "working," but I work for me, and I work alone. No mistakes when one works alone. How good the pay might be is argueable, at best, but it's still the best job I ever had.

    31 years? You earned the new bike.

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    Had my 06 R1200Rt painted, here are a few pics of the parts and pieces as I began to put it all back together.





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    4NBike,

    Any repair work done before the painting? Any idea what kind of paint? Cost of paint job?

    I have an '83 RT that needs some work on the upper faring. Eventually, I will get to it, the entire bike may need a new paint job by then.

    Gary

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    No repair work at all the white was house of color pearl white with gold glitter the blue is a dark blue candy apple. All in it was about $1000.00

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