Memories!

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Who remembers this ride weekend at Grand Lake?!

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I do, and I guarantee that curly headed boy by the trailer does :crying:

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One of my memories: You, Kyle, and I were "camping" in his car hauler. Woke up in the morning, reached out of the sleeping bag, and turned on the electric coffee maker. Or would that make it "glamping"?

Memory 2: diagnosing a 2-stroke ignition (no-spark) with a very old needle-type volt/ohm meter. No manual, just seat of the pants diagnosing. Now at least a cheap Harbor Freight digital meter is in my tool bag.
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safiri wrote: 28 Oct 2019 05:49 Memory 2: diagnosing a 2-stroke ignition (no-spark) with a very old needle-type volt/ohm meter. No manual, just seat of the pants diagnosing. Now at least a cheap Harbor Freight digital meter is in my tool bag.
Was it a borrowed meter we had down there? I still have the sweep meters you picked up from hobo freight in my trailer tool box.

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xr-nut wrote: 28 Oct 2019 12:08
safiri wrote: 28 Oct 2019 05:49 Memory 2: diagnosing a 2-stroke ignition (no-spark) with a very old needle-type volt/ohm meter. No manual, just seat of the pants diagnosing. Now at least a cheap Harbor Freight digital meter is in my tool bag.
Was it a borrowed meter we had down there? I still have the sweep meters you picked up from hobo freight in my trailer tool box.
I think the campground owner had an old, needle-type meter that he loaned us.
Safiri Mike
Current rides: 01-BMW-F650-GSDakar-RWB; 02-KTM-EXC-453 (orig. MXC 400); 05-KTM-EXC-450
Gone and missed (but no regrets): 01-KTM-LC4E-400-Grey
Gone and not missed: 73-Yamaha-AT3, 85-BMW-K100RS

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