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Z2 750 crank (Bossie the Kaw) 21 Mar 2020 10:56 #821304

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We bought ourselves a few more days
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Z2 750 crank (Bossie the Kaw) 21 Mar 2020 12:00 #821315

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:lol: :lol: :lol:
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Z2 750 crank (Bossie the Kaw) 22 Mar 2020 20:43 #821476

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I'm glad I did it. B)
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Z2 750 crank (Bossie the Kaw) 23 Mar 2020 05:33 #821485

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Super large roll! Must be from Costco! A couple of years ago I bought some shampoo from Costco...it has a foot pump!
I have a couple of Z1B's restored, an '80 KZ1000LTD restored, a 1981 KZ550 restored and a 2008 KLR 650 for off road fun. My wife has a 2019 Suzuki DR 650 for on and off road.

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Z2 750 crank (Bossie the Kaw) 23 Mar 2020 06:17 #821489

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not sure were they got them, I think they are the kind of rolls you find at a forest preserve, heavy duty with bark on them :woohoo:
We have a small country store near us in a town called Norway that has been family owned for 150 years, great Scandinavian food, we are eating good :P
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Z2 750 crank (Bossie the Kaw) 23 Mar 2020 09:19 #821507

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I don't get the whole run on TP thing myself. Since I closed my hooker hotel, I still have 20 of the 40 rolls I bought after I dropped her A-- off at her house last October. I swear that ho eats the stuff. She used at least one roll per day by herself. :S

I'm good. It seems the local wally world here has none in stock. I took this pic Saturday. The isle is closed off. duh. lol


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Ok, back on topic..

I have been trying to keep the tire from spinning, to conserve on rear rubber at the expense of my new clutch. I may need to rethink this strategy. I think I need to disassemble and clean my clutch also. It's not slipping YET, but I have been slipping it too much IMHO.

I need to change the oil at the same time, or shortly after would be preferable. I have a 5 quart jug of T-6 here but the wally world oil filter section was such a shambles the last time I looked for a CH6012, It showed as being in stock online, but could not find one on the shelf. . Nor anyone that could locate one either. I guess it was break time. duh. I got so disgusted with the disarray at wal fart that I left. When I google it, I get hits on fleabat to buy filter quantities, yet nothing without insane pricing, being the cheap fuker that I am. lol
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Z2 750 crank (Bossie the Kaw) 23 Mar 2020 11:45 #821518

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Hey Steve! How is that JB weld on the head cooling fin holding up? :)
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Z2 750 crank (Bossie the Kaw) 23 Mar 2020 12:05 #821521

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EXCELLENT

Glued the vacuum extension on both carbs three years ago. Still holding.
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Z2 750 crank (Bossie the Kaw) 23 Mar 2020 12:26 #821523

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Honey Bunny moved her office home for western Colorado admissions councilor for Job Corps, totally half of the state, to one of the bedrooms upstairs . Not only do I not have my day job of being retired, but there is a car in my runway to get out of the garage. And it's there constantly, Breaking some ones concentration when doing something important now has a new understanding. I dont operate other peoples equipment. Retired " I dont have to, I dont want to ,And you cant make me"
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Z2 750 crank (Bossie the Kaw) 23 Mar 2020 12:34 #821524

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And to think I ever doubted you Steve. I have used it to repair a badly pitted front brake master cylinder bore and to fill minor cylinder pitting on a lawnmower motor, and a gas tank with pinholes. (honed the bores after it cured) Good stuff manard. B)
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Z2 750 crank (Bossie the Kaw) 24 Mar 2020 10:46 #821590

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Well being home bound I can get to the small things I've been putting off. :whistle:
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Z2 750 crank (Bossie the Kaw) 27 Mar 2020 14:54 #821937

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It was time for a new cable. B)
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