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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-19-2015, 08:21 PM Thread Starter
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Dennis Kirk ships mighty fast!

I bought a magnetic oil plug from Dennis Kirk via ebay last night. It was at my door when I got home from work. Less than 24 hours. Crazy-fast. I paid about triple what I would have from most other sellers. I needed it fast (in case my bike comes this week as I will change the oil after first 20 miles) so the extra cost was worth it, just in case. I live about 100 miles south of Dennis Kirk, but still, less than a day!!? It is a nice plug. Black aluminum with a copper washer. And it came with racing-type holes drilled and a retaining pin and wire. And came in a nice display, almost like a jewel box. Ha!
Now, here's hoping that this plug fits the 2015.
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-19-2015, 11:42 PM
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I am north of you just a bit, Squish. If I am in a hurry, I run up to Kirk's. If I plan ahead, it's common for my group to go up and come back with a tire or two on the back or draped over a tail box. About 60 miles from some of my ride chums, more than once it was an excuse to for a ride, like window shopping on a Saturday at Aerostich.

Whistle if your bored sometime and want to day-ride with geezers someplace... in constant search of best burgers or stuff with gravy.
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I am north of you just a bit, Squish. If I am in a hurry, I run up to Kirk's. If I plan ahead, it's common for my group to go up and come back with a tire or two on the back or draped over a tail box. About 60 miles from some of my ride chums, more than once it was an excuse to for a ride, like window shopping on a Saturday at Aerostich.

Whistle if your bored sometime and want to day-ride with geezers someplace... in constant search of best burgers or stuff with gravy.
Sounds good. There is a VERY good burger in Stillwater on 36 on the left-hand side just before you get into dt Stillwater. Is it still called 36 now right there? Now that they changed it up with the new bridge construction. Anyway, going north right there on the left.
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Do you mean Joseph's-- ? Also has wonderful PIE?

top of the hill before you sort of "drop" into Stillwater? Yep, that bit is indeed 36, but as you get down the hill then it's Hwy 95 or Mn 95.



Other wise I am not sure, but I am willing to TRY!

I rode to Hayward, Wisc and back today by myself. Coming back hit some light rain.
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