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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-08-2011, 03:17 AM Thread Starter
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I grately appreciate all the knowledge that I've been getting from everyone in this forum. I'm so glad there's a tool like this out there for Vulcan (and other Kawi) riders to use. Otherwise, I'd be sitting on a piece of cardboard with an array of tools in front of me, looking at the service manual with a look on my face.

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-08-2011, 07:30 AM
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Otherwise, I'd be sitting on a piece of cardboard with an array of tools in front of me, looking at the service manual with a look on my face.
zippy, so what exactly do you have against cardboard an tools? how d'ya think these here fellas got so dang smart in the firs place? if'n it weren't for cardboard.. heck we dont even got such nice comfy ambiance.. jus a whole lotta money tied up in tools.. theys like drugs once you get hooked.. layin on the floor, lookin up her skirt, figurin how.. what you can fiddle with it.
cardboard is for sissies. there. ponchout



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zippy, so what exactly do you have against cardboard an tools? how d'ya think these here fellas got so dang smart in the firs place? if'n it weren't for cardboard.. heck we dont even got such nice comfy ambiance.. jus a whole lotta money tied up in tools.. theys like drugs once you get hooked.. layin on the floor, lookin up her skirt, figurin how.. what you can fiddle with it.
cardboard is for sissies. there. ponchout
I have absolutely nothing against cardboard and tools. They are two of my best friends. However, my time with cardboard has and will continue to be much more productive thanks to a little direction from the guys who have true do-it-yourself attitudes, instead of a do-it-yourself attitude that needs a little help getting started.
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