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Re: Redneck Mini-Project, a New motorcycle and everything el

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I gotta be honest, I have no idea how sand got so deep in your vag. but you better find a way to wash it out before your next pretend motorcycle ride. I totally disagree with your wild and outlandish (dont forget childish)claim that just because your heros Scott & Jeff Et al didnt bring me to some race that I cant change an ice tire. Its simply not true on so many levels its not even funny. The fact is, its not that hard, many many motorcyclists do it, in fact, around here, I dont know ANYBODY (as in not a single person) that takes ice tires in to a shop to be mounted. They are ALL mounted by the riders themselves or friends for money, beer or gratis.

And yes, I would have made a fortune. If $100 is the going rate for a tire change and there is a good demand like at a race, then I would have made a killing. It really is that simple. I know driving a keyboard is difficult for you but for many of us, changing tires is not that hard. All it takes is somebody to teach you, a good technique, and proper tools. Its not magic, not by a long shot.

One thing is certain though, I am anxious for you to post the youtube video showing your hero Jeff changing his ice tires in 3 minutes. I cant do it that fast but I am willing to poach ideas from others. Thats what makes us different, I am willing to learn how to do something different, in this case easier which translates to faster. You on the other hand, just like to live in your vitrual world and type about it....

While you may poo poo a balancing stand all you want, you are on record of not even knowing what one is, much less ever having used one. Of course, that would never stop a true keyboard rider such as yourself from saying bad things about them. While I admit, they are not perfect, they are affordable and very easy to build (try that with your fancy Snap On balancer) but they are also very rarely even needed. But in the off chance that a balancer is needed, they are stupid simple to use and as long as gravity is still working like normal, your tire will be perfectly in balance.

Do I even need to make my offer anymore? How about I make the offer so you can use it.... I will change any tires you pretend to need for $100. I will even balance them for free, although I reserve the right to pretend to actually balance them because from your keyboard, it wont matter and you want feel anything anyway.

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