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View Poll Results: How many chain & sprocket threads
One, or maybe 1 each for the 1000 and the 650 would suffice. 10 34.48%
Let's each start our own individual one. 7 24.14%
Who knows, I never read anything, I just start my own threads anyway. 6 20.69%
ENOUGH ALREADY!!!! 6 20.69%
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post #1 of 19 Old 05-25-2009, 09:36 AM Thread Starter
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How many chain and sprocket threads do we need?

With the recent proliferation of chain and sprocket threads I think this is pertinent.

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As many as people want to start. Let the people decide.

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first we discourage oil threads
then tire threads

what, now chain & sprocket threads

next think you know, we will all be wearing gray suits and have identicly farkled weenies cause it won't be pc to own a Vee



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I have a question about windscreens...

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I'll answer you...right after I figure out how to take the warning stickers off mine.

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Little grumpy today J?
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Puleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeez?

Can you use the same oil to wash you windscreen and brake rotors or do you use kerosene like on the decals removal and throttle chain synchronization?

I think there should be a seperate forum, like Spank!, for old-timers like us to smarmily ridicule the questions we ourselves asked of the collective a mere six months prior. Grammar and spelling would indeed count; V-Strom ownership would be somewhere between optional and discouraged and pop culture analogies would be the primary means of solutionizing.

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