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    Quote Originally Posted by fmdualexhaust View Post
    Needs a back seat
    The lion does not even bother to turn his head when he hears the small dog barking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PGlaves View Post
    I got a Portable Oxygen Concentrator that would sit on my bike seat, plug into the bike, and keep my Pulmonologist happy and me alive.

    So I can now still ride for hours as needed and get the oxygen my doctor insists I need.

    Just Riding.
    Genius!

    But then again would we expect anything less from Paul who in the past has devised means carrying additional water and fuel supplies on his bikes?

    May You and Voni have many more (s)miles on your bikes!
    Paul F. Ruffell
    Retired and riding my RTs, the '87 K100 & the '98 R1100 !
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    Getting older

    Paul in 400,000+ you havenít figured out how to stop that little oil leak around Big Redís oil filler
    On my 1994 R1100RS I havenít figured out how it knows when I am wearing new riding pants but it does and like a tomcat it marks them

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    Quote Originally Posted by 179212 View Post
    Paul in 400,000+ you havenít figured out how to stop that little oil leak around Big Redís oil filler
    On my 1994 R1100RS I havenít figured out how it knows when I am wearing new riding pants but it does and like a tomcat it marks them
    I have replaced both O rings several times. But you are right. It looks like it is due to be done again. I keep them on hand.
    Paul Glaves - "Big Bend", Texas U.S.A
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    Never give up

    Glad you have found ways to keep doing the things you like. Thanks for all your contributions to the Forum; your answers to technical questions have helped me out many times. Happy Riding to you and Voni.
    MOA#22600 Gold 1978 R100rs, White 2013 Suzuki 650 Burgman, 2012-125cc Kymco , 2013-180cc Kymco Racing King
    The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change; the realist adjusts the sails.

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