For an "old fart" you do some PDG work w/ steel.
you're talking to the guy who at age 10 spent some of his paper route money and bought a new oxy/acet outfit complete with tanks, and started gas welding stuff together. kind of unusual for neighbors to stop by to ask a young kid to weld their lawn mower handle back together, or fix this or that. at least mom and pop didn't have to worry about me playing with matches.For an "old fart" you do some PDG work w/ steel.
i've used what are supposed to be higher quality LED lights, but all they really were is way more expensive...like 10-20x. so yes, i've been running Amazon LEDs since they became readily available, just identify the style/size you're looking for and check the ratings, some have been rated 1000 times. i've broken several of the expensive lights after flopping the bike, there was some pain there, but not one of the cheap ones, yet.Are those LED's from Amazon? I've gotten a few of them there and they've been great. I'm curious if you have a source for "higher quality" lights or if they are all pretty much the same...
one yellow, c'mon man, mount a pair of freakin' flame-throwing LEDs on there, like one mile reflective range, hit that switch, ride home.Awesome. Right now I'm running one LED, yellow, on the left hand side. It's on a dedicated switch, powered through the aux relay.
Haha nice. If I had your welding skills I'd do the same on my bars. Really like your improvements on the SWM bar.one yellow, c'mon man, mount a pair of freakin' flame-throwing LEDs on there, like one mile reflective range, hit that switch, ride home.
one other thing i always do is to have a 3/8 mounting hole available, that way the mount will accommodate just about any light that comes to hand in an emergency. the large hole gets sleeved to a smaller size if required for the usual metric LED light mount.
putting a nick in the radiator end cap while out in the freakin' Arizona desert caused me to consider some changes on those Motechs. i was in tough shape, if i had knocked a hole in it i could have patched it with JB, but i didn't have any water to put in it anyway.Haha nice. If I had your welding skills I'd do the same on my bars. Really like your improvements on the SWM bar.
Senor Fast, metric moto, metric ton. a practical example for the use of avoirdupois in the moto world would be in reference to Hardleys, and in that case, the term could convey more than one meaning. besides, you're the spanglish dude with the learner's permit, so it's tonelada métrica to you.I wonder - are those "metric tons" or "avoirdupois"...?