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blt2ski

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I do know of a few forums where that bike pic in shop would be legal to post per say.....
Then again, for newbe's the fist time you post, you are welcomed after showing a pic of wife, gf, sister, moms.........any way, probably not a way for a murderator to welcome folks on this rather g to pg rated forum........LOLOL

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blt2ski wrote:

I do know of a few forums where that bike pic in shop would be legal to post per say.....
Then again, for newbe's the fist time you post, you are welcomed after showing a pic of wife, gf, sister, moms.........any way, probably not a way for a murderator to welcome folks on this rather g to pg rated forum........LOLOL

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Thanks Marty...funny I was going to ask forum guys what time Marty goes for dinner???[emoticon]

Some may think I was joking, but not, I can't send 10K PMs

BTW...the bike is a Yamaha FZ1 and the model sitting on it very pretty!![emoticon]

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MFL,
depending upon the size of the bikini......well anyway. Other forum assumes NO bikini! But I digress......need to go back to watching me sea dogs at home against the cards. Not doing as well as I would like to see them doing.......

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So...back from my dinner, and seems little interest, after 12 pages of thread. The bikini is partially missing...yes, it is MY bike...don't ask. I best let my better judgement keep up with my foolish fingers. I am not sure if making the pic appropriate, would be immediate, when posted. Nope, not going to ask wife.

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MFL,
depending upon the size of the bikini......well anyway. Other forum assumes NO bikini! But I digress......need to go back to watching me sea dogs at home against the cards. Not doing as well as I would like to see them doing.......

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hornet28 wrote:

It's hard to understand some of you guys. To tender to drive a truck other than for towing. How would you ever have managed when trucks really did ride rough, especially 3/4 and 1T's? My wife has had Caddies and now drives a Buick and doesn't mind the ride in the dually a bit. We take it many times instead of her car and did so even when she had one of the Caddies


I'm happy to use my pick up for all my driving needs but I recognize it does most things poorly. It would be easy to find a vehicle that would be far better in regard to ride, handling, acceleration, economy and aesthetics. When it comes to towing I would rate my truck as excellent.


If you use your truck to do what your Cadillac could do I have to wonder why? hard to understand..


Hard to understand for some maybe. I just like driving my trucks, I feel I have ride, handling, power and aesthetics. I don't drive a plain from the factory truck. Plus I have the ability to see what's happening further down the road. Heck when I had my 2500HD we took it on none towing trips of 3-5K mi instead of a car. I've also driven this 8K in one months time, Mi to Ca to Fl. to Mi [image]
We also go for rides in this.
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As you can see I'm not a snob about what I drive but they aren't your one looks like another either. Oh and at 75 I'm not a young guy either





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Think I just saw Marty winkin n noddin. [emoticon]

So who was ridin in the back taking the pic? My wife has ridden in the previous two RV’s.


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Cummins12V98 wrote:

Think I just saw Marty winkin n noddin. [emoticon]

So who was ridin in the back taking the pic? My wife has ridden in the previous two RV’s.


Yup, my wife, just for a short distance. I offered to let her drive the double tow, and me ride in coach. Glad she declined! After going through a rough section/construction 7 miles ahead, she's back up front.

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LOL Jerry,

Go to a forum call Sailing Anarchy.....not as pg as here. That pic would be legal!

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We also go for rides in this.
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