What Did You Do with Your 80 This Weekend? (16 Viewers)

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Changed out my front pads. Measured out the rotors and I just passed min. width. Time to order up complete brake set up and have it all installed before Turf n Surf!!!

I've got a pretty big punch list to get through. No idea how in the hell im gonna get thru it all. Ugh.

Oh and in my "spare time" I started with the Axle Cheatsheet that @DARKNESS did up and did vectors for the whole thing and put everything into one comprehensive chart. After chatting with a few people I figured I would do a run of posters and t-shirts :D

But not until I can confirm there are no mistakes first ;)

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How long from now? Need to know when to click "Buy"
 
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I'll start a different thread about these. I am thinking it will be within the week because I want to be able to make deliveries to TnS for anyone going.

This would make a great looking poster on my garage wall. I couldnt see on my phone, but are the bolts labeled with the torque specs? 'Cause that would sure be nifty. Just sayin'........
 

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This would make a great looking poster on my garage wall. I couldnt see on my phone, but are the bolts labeled with the torque specs? 'Cause that would sure be nifty. Just sayin'........

maaaaaybe ;)

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I started the weekend early by being paid to go wheeling.

We are preparing for a new training scenario, and I drove the scouting party to look at the training area.

In the winter of 1939/40, the Wehrmacht built a replica of a section of the Maginot Line to train troops on how to assault it. Some of the bunkers are still intact.

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We also drove around some of the training villages; they look fairly realistic for what are basically stage props.

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All in all, it was a great day to be at work.

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I started the weekend early by being paid to go wheeling.

We are preparing for a new training scenario, and I drove the scouting party to look at the training area.

In the winter of 1939/40, the Wehrmacht built a replica of a section of the Maginot Line to train troops on how to assault it. Some of the bunkers are still intact.

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We also drove around some of the training villages; they look fairly realistic for what are basically stage props.

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All in all, it was a great day to be at work.

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So you went to Poland in a quick fashion. Then the Czech Republic. Now you are training at a Maginot Line replica.

All I can say is that you really need some mud flaps on your tank rig.
 
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So not exactly "this weekend" (more like "this month") - but did a 4,500km trip to Northern and Western Kenya towing a trailer. Northern Kenya is renowned for being extremely remote and inhospitable. Western Kenya is a little more "civilized", but we still had a good adventure, especially at 3500m in the Cherangani Hills and 4000m on Mt. Elgon. I didn't take pictures mid-action. I was too busy driving.

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