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toolmantd
Jul 2
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37568

Re: FYI...

Jump--Get a paypal account if you don't already have one. Costs nothing and no real downside. You can link your bank account, both checking and savings or
ROGER HODGE
Jul 1
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37567

FYI...

My computer has crapped out. Microsoft has managed to totally fuck it up to the point of ruining it. So... I'll be "off" the air for most of the Summer until I
superxparts
Jul 1
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37566

Re: Super X trailer hitch

Tim--if you already know and plan to use a swivel hitch (at the bike end--not the trailer) then good idea. If you hadn't thought of why take a few minutes to
ROGER HODGE
Jun 30
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37565

Re: Super X trailer hitch

I understand this is and old post but just taking a chance to see if it might still be laying around in your way and your tired of tripping over it. My name
toolmantd
Jun 30
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37564

Re: Fallback position for decent fuel needs

Grizz---I know about the gov/epa working on phasing out 100LL and one step has been developing 100VLL, the next seems to be at least 2 other 100 Octanes under
ROGER HODGE
Jun 29
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37563

Re: Fallback position for decent fuel needs

I have used diesel in gas to raise octane for years with no averse side effects, it is easy to find and only needs about a pint in five gallons to work in fuel
Thomas B. Jr. Gough
Jun 28
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37562

Super X trailer hitch

I know several owners have trailer hitches on their Xs.... Curious if they were built or bought. Local X owner Tim Dwarak is looking to set his X up to haul a
wytfut53
Jun 28
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37561

Re: Fallback position for decent fuel needs

Grizz--Just a few years ago when you were finding solutions to do Octane boost you were usually I am guessing trying to get farther up than the common avail 91
ROGER HODGE
Jun 28
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Re: Fallback position for decent fuel needs

Forgive me but I am an old guy that has dealt with low octane levels back in the dark ages so to speak.  An old trick for raising octane levels was to use an
Thomas B. Jr. Gough
Jun 27
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Re: Fallback position for decent fuel needs

Well put, Mike. From: "Michael Rodgers dynamike35@... [Excelsior-Henderson-Resource-Board]" To:
Mike
Jun 27
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37558

Re: Fallback position for decent fuel needs

Roger, you certainly have researched this thoroughly. I living in Arizona don't have this problem (yet). I was merely pointing out there are options around
Michael Rodgers
Jun 27
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37557

Re: Fallback position for decent fuel needs

Mike---Using Avgas is (1.) avail on the fly just about anywhere because there are hundreds of municipal airports , rarely more than hundred miles apart, if
ROGER HODGE
Jun 26
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37556

Re: Fallback position for decent fuel needs

What about using something other than avgas? How about RACING gas, sold at some stations or speedshops?  Or re-program ecu to use lower octane gas(do you have
Michael Rodgers
Jun 26
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Re: Old Bob Gerhart's 80th Party in Ottertail, Mn.!!

Hey Gary,I go to the BBQ place with you on Thursday PM............. From: fortworthx To:
brian franson
Jun 25
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