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June STLAR Meeting - 6/4, 6:30pm

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Culpeppers Grill and Bar
3010 W Clay St, St Charles, MO 63301
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6/4, 6:30-???

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Late, but should be in.

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Be at deals gap all week :)

 

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Should be there.

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3 hours ago, freak said:

Be at deals gap all week :)

 

Have fun... Is it the pint sized bikes? Or full size.

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full size :)

 

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Now I can't make it. 

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On 5/30/2019 at 1:16 PM, freak said:

full size :)

 

I saw the pictures... Maybe half or 3/4, not full size 😂

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Out... Radiator replacement and needed down time on order... 😞

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Nice turn out tonight, good conversations with good company.

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We had a good time as well. Mike missed another torque wrench demo :)

See you guys out on the next ride... or at the next meeting.

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On 6/4/2019 at 9:58 PM, Speed said:

We had a good time as well. Mike missed another torque wrench demo :)

See you guys out on the next ride... or at the next meeting.

About what specifically?  I once wondered if my 20 y.o. wrench was accurate.  Clamped the socket thing in a vise and hung 20 & 40 pound weights from the handle, which is a foot and a half, so I had to do some math.  It was in fact dead-on-balls even though it has been leaking oil for long time.  That said, I think the easiest thing to do is to leave in the drawer.  As far as I know, I've never under-tightened anything; specifically a head bolt on my brother's Omni-024...

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I was just saying that because of your comment on IM :)

Terry brought in different kinds of wrenches that's all.

 

 

GSXR553 June 8:44 AM

Should have used a Craftsman model 1019 Laboratory edition, signature series torque wrench. The kind used by Cal Tech High Energy physicists, and NASA engineers. But only if it was dead on balls accurate!

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20 hours ago, Speed said:

I was just saying that because of your comment on IM :)

Terry brought in different kinds of wrenches that's all.

 

 

GSXR553 June 8:44 AM

Should have used a Craftsman model 1019 Laboratory edition, signature series torque wrench. The kind used by Cal Tech High Energy physicists, and NASA engineers. But only if it was dead on balls accurate!

That's from My Cousin Vinny in case anyone doesn't remember.  

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