Hi from SE Washington

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by perry44, Aug 18, 2007.

  1. perry44

    perry44 Guest

    Hey peoples
    Just wanted to say hi, from kennewick washington (part of the tri-cities).
    So far only have seen me motoring around on my Golden eagle kit. LOVE IT.
    The guys there have bent over backwards!
    So far only one truck has hit me so far:cool:

  2. azbill

    azbill Active Member

    welcome to MBc ! :D
    ...I hope it was a small truck !:rolleyes:
  3. drimpact

    drimpact Member

    Welcome to MBC.
  4. locoWelder

    locoWelder Guest

    Welcome to MBc !
  5. iRide Customs

    iRide Customs Member

    Welcome to the group and buy a horn or something...LOL
  6. uncle_punk13

    uncle_punk13 Guest

    Another Washingtonian!
    Welcome aboard...
  7. Jim H

    Jim H Guest

    Another happy gebe'r, welcome! you're here so we'll assume the truck didn't kill ya?!!:shock:
  8. perry44

    perry44 Guest

    Thanks to all

    Got to pack it up today as every fr***in thing is out of wack:(((
    LOVE it when it runs good. and when it does leave me stranded at least its easier to puh them my cars:)
    Hopefull they canfix things. i got to learn to read EVERYTHING before i do things. It said to tighten all bolts after a few miles as things shake loose. So i did and later on in the instructions it said not to touch the tension bolt:(((((
    So far lost the gas cap and the shifter nob.
    Just found this forumn so i didnt realize how the cover touching the arm would change things. Arm took out the gear:(( so now i have 3 washers holding on the crank(helps with the belts stayin on) with the old gear (ruined) being the bolt in case the arms wants to take out the gear..( At least i sont lose the belt now:)
    the covers been scraping for a long time and did the duct tape thing myself and it stays on now but now you'all say that the shifter arm cant touch it:( mines been rattling against it for a long time.
    well not a long time compared to you guys like i said wish i found this forumn before:(
    Live and Learn
  9. perry44

    perry44 Guest

    P.S. can't find the read button
  10. uncle_punk13

    uncle_punk13 Guest

    Sorry to hear about your troubles friend.
    Man when I first started motored Biking, there was nothing! I was alone in the world and had to figure it all out by myself. So, consider yourself fortunate, and just imagine, with all the combined expertise here, you'll have it all back together and rolling strong in no time!
    Hey if you ever get over to this side of the mountains let us know, we'd love to ride...
  11. V 35

    V 35 Member

    Get some Blue [ medium ] Loc Tite, use it on every bolt that loosened.

    Check bike over, before and after, every ride. These are experimental vehicles, and weak links will show up. It's up to us to fix them.