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  • #31
    Re: Steering instability

    [QUOTE=BIG O;765815]
    Originally posted by holtff1074 View Post
    Originally posted by BIG O;765791
    You know if you aren't dragging your knee and have ANY chicken strips your're slow :mrgreen:
    [/QUOTE

    OUCH............my ears are burning.....
    That wasn't directed towards you DeWayne or anyone on the site for that matter

    It's a little inside joke between troy and I

    Everyone rides their own pace and that's fine by me
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    • #32
      Re: Steering instability

      Originally posted by BIG O View Post
      Originally posted by ZZ-r View Post
      What is the fascination with dragging stuff ........really hard parts .DO NOT ASPIRE TO DRAG HARD PARTS because your body is the next thing DRAGGING Peace
      Come on Troy

      You know if you aren't dragging your knee and have ANY chicken strips your're slow

      GOO!
      Only if that was true Would make it so much easier to weed out those who are fast compared to those who are not.

      This week I'm throwing new rubber on the bike, getting the wheels balanced and aligned, then I'm adjusting it a bit and adjusting my sag. I have a trip up to Asheville this weekend to spend some time in the mountains with a buddy who's about to be going to Iraq. I also have to get my suit fixed since the zipper got caught on my bag and snapped

      I got a feeling its about to be one of "those" kinds of weeks.


      "Life's more fun with a knee on the ground."

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      • #33
        Re: Steering instability

        Originally posted by DeEnda View Post
        Originally posted by BIG O View Post
        Originally posted by ZZ-r View Post
        What is the fascination with dragging stuff ........really hard parts .DO NOT ASPIRE TO DRAG HARD PARTS because your body is the next thing DRAGGING Peace
        Come on Troy

        You know if you aren't dragging your knee and have ANY chicken strips your're slow

        GOO!
        Only if that was true Would make it so much easier to weed out those who are fast compared to those who are not.

        This week I'm throwing new rubber on the bike, getting the wheels balanced and aligned, then I'm adjusting it a bit and adjusting my sag. I have a trip up to Asheville this weekend to spend some time in the mountains with a buddy who's about to be going to Iraq. I also have to get my suit fixed since the zipper got caught on my bag and snapped

        I got a feeling its about to be one of "those" kinds of weeks.
        Hope you get your ballbag fixed
        I have neither the time,or the inclination, to explain myself to a man, who rises and sleep under the blanket of the very freedom that I provide, and then questions the manner, in which I provide it. I'd rather you just say 'thank you' and go on your way.

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        • #34
          Re: Steering instability

          Originally posted by BIG O View Post
          Originally posted by DeEnda View Post
          Originally posted by BIG O View Post
          Originally posted by ZZ-r View Post
          What is the fascination with dragging stuff ........really hard parts .DO NOT ASPIRE TO DRAG HARD PARTS because your body is the next thing DRAGGING Peace
          Come on Troy

          You know if you aren't dragging your knee and have ANY chicken strips your're slow

          GOO!
          Only if that was true Would make it so much easier to weed out those who are fast compared to those who are not.

          This week I'm throwing new rubber on the bike, getting the wheels balanced and aligned, then I'm adjusting it a bit and adjusting my sag. I have a trip up to Asheville this weekend to spend some time in the mountains with a buddy who's about to be going to Iraq. I also have to get my suit fixed since the zipper got caught on my bag and snapped

          I got a feeling its about to be one of "those" kinds of weeks.
          Hope you get your ballbag fixed
          The dungeon master said Ill have to take it to a specialist since they done carry anything that big sadly.

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          "Life's more fun with a knee on the ground."

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          • #35
            Re: Steering instability

            [QUOTE=BIG O;765815]
            Originally posted by holtff1074 View Post
            Originally posted by BIG O;765791
            You know if you aren't dragging your knee and have ANY chicken strips your're slow :mrgreen:
            [/QUOTE

            OUCH............my ears are burning.....
            That wasn't directed towards you DeWayne or anyone on the site for that matter

            It's a little inside joke between troy and I

            Everyone rides their own pace and that's fine by me
            LOL,appreciate that Mike although I was just having a little fun. It makes my day when I get a chance to ride with you guys and always a good learning experience......example:tighten ALL bolts before leaving home next time....
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            • #36
              Re: Steering instability

              [QUOTE=holtff1074;765899]
              Originally posted by BIG O View Post
              Originally posted by holtff1074 View Post
              Originally posted by BIG O;765791
              You know if you aren't dragging your knee and have ANY chicken strips your're slow :mrgreen:
              [/QUOTE

              OUCH............my ears are burning.....
              That wasn't directed towards you DeWayne or anyone on the site for that matter

              It's a little inside joke between troy and I

              Everyone rides their own pace and that's fine by me
              LOL,appreciate that Mike although I was just having a little fun. It makes my day when I get a chance to ride with you guys and always a good learning experience......example:tighten ALL bolts before leaving home next time....
              Not a prob DeWayne.

              I always knew you had a screw loose
              I have neither the time,or the inclination, to explain myself to a man, who rises and sleep under the blanket of the very freedom that I provide, and then questions the manner, in which I provide it. I'd rather you just say 'thank you' and go on your way.

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