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1771  General Category / General Discussion / Re: Sky Cycle??? on: March 17, 2009, 09:25:35 AM
I dunno, maybe they've straightened things up and dumped the 'parts yard' type setup thanks to the EPA as you were saying.  Ricks motorcycle enterprises, is a shop just over the n.h. border from me, they've got a few buildings full of used parts, but they don't let anyone back beyond the parts counter. 

http://www.ricksmotorcycles.com/home.htm  They don't stock any off-road parts, it's all streetbike parts.

I also noticed this when searching the yellow-pages:  http://www.ricksmotorsportelectrics.com/   they seem to have some sohc electrics in stock.
1772  General Category / General Discussion / Re: Sky Cycle??? on: March 16, 2009, 05:24:19 PM
Still open and selling used parts?  Maybe it should go on the list as a stop ride destination/diversion.
1773  General Category / General Discussion / Re: Sky Cycle??? on: March 16, 2009, 09:28:21 AM
It used to be, whether it still is in some form or not still needs to be investigated.  Feel free to call the above number looking for parts, let us all know how things turned out.
Hows that 77 coming along?
1774  General Category / General Discussion / Re: Sky Cycle??? on: March 15, 2009, 10:19:34 PM
I mapped it at yahoo, and switched to the satelite photo.... Looks like the same location to me.
1775  General Category / General Discussion / Sky Cycle??? on: March 15, 2009, 10:12:40 PM
The other night the topic of Sky Cycle came up in conversation, While browsing www.bostonbiker.com for events to post, I clicked on the 'used parts' link and there at the bottom of the list was:

Sky Cycle 
321 Electric Avenue - Rt. 13 - Lunenburg, MA (800) 345-6115

Same location?  I'll have to give them a call monday.  Maybe a ride up that way would be a good time?  Into NH and loop around before turning south?
1776  General Category / Events / Sept 13 (Sunday) RICE-O-RAMA on: March 15, 2009, 10:04:45 PM
OUTDATED INFORMATION BELOW

Old Date    Sept 20 (Sunday) RICE-O-RAMA Japanese Bike Meet
Rice-O-Rama Vintage and Custom Japanese Motorcycle Show and Swap Meet.
Hundreds of classic and custom Japanese bikes of all kinds. Everything from old
Honda Dreams to the latest stretched and slammed custom sportbikes. Cafe Racers,
Choppers, 2- Strokes, Scooters, Scramblers, Racing bikes...you name it, it's there.
Great food and drink, motorcycle show with trophies in 20 classes. Huge vendors row
with tons of parts and accessories for vintage and modern bikes. Motorcycles for
sale- from barn fresh project and parts bikes to beautiful restored and original
classics. All riders welcome, only $5 donation, kids always free. 10 to 5 RAIN OR
SHINE. At the 200 Sportsmans Club, 184 Sutton Rd. Webster, Mass.
1777  General Category / Events / Re: Ride Sat. 3/14? on: March 14, 2009, 08:10:16 PM
Glad to hear you ran into no headaches with your fork seals Peter, now their mystery is all gone huh?
1778  General Category / General Discussion / Re: April Ride on: March 14, 2009, 10:10:01 AM
I've posted a few found at bostonbiker.com in the events section, I've tried to stay within the general category and away from the fundraising type events.
1779  General Category / General Discussion / Re: April Ride on: March 13, 2009, 08:24:08 PM
Maybe we could ride to an event?  A swap meet or show or something?  I'll have a look around to see what's going on.
1780  General Category / Events / Re: NE Motorcycle Beer Night -Thurs 12th MARCH 2009 - Olde Irish Ale House Dedham on: March 11, 2009, 08:45:09 PM
I'll plan on it, I'm always thirsty too.  Thanks Andy!
1781  Motorcycle Stuff / Other Bikes / Re: My K3 is back on the road! on: March 10, 2009, 09:20:56 AM
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You just have to understand that Andy's bikes like him better than mine likes me. You'll have to see if yours says "make my day" or "right away sir"

I think that's because Andy's bikes are actual bikes, they get ridden.  My K3 (and I suppose yours previously) is a mere collection of stationary parts bolted together to simplify storage.  I don't think I'll change my view of my bike until I've tanked up a few times.  An object in motion tends to...blah blah blah
1782  Motorcycle Stuff / Other Bikes / Re: My K3 is back on the road! on: March 09, 2009, 08:18:12 PM
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you are able to prime yours by just putting oil in a valve intake port, without having to remove the pump. So maybe that'll work for him. The only trouble with trying that first is if the pump doesn't prime, you'll have a lot of oil sitting on top of the pump that'll have to be drained before the pump can be removed cleanly.

I had wondered about this after reading a few posts on the SOHC/4 board.  If you pour oil into the intake side, which is where the oilpump feeds the head (right?) some oil will travel down the oil feeds to the pump, the rest of the oil will drain to the bottom of the engine and sit surrounding the bottom of the pump (right?)  That wouldn't be too different from an engine that had accumulated oil from the oiltank over time, would it? 
1783  Motorcycle Stuff / Other Bikes / Re: My K3 is back on the road! on: March 09, 2009, 09:41:05 AM
Sounds like a nice day's work Ben, very encouraging.  Can't wait to see it!
1784  General Category / General Discussion / Re: Anyone recommend a place to get tires mounted? on: March 06, 2009, 08:02:30 PM
I'd have replied too Ben, if I thought I could add anything new.  Good luck, glad to hear you had a good time in the Lone Star.
1785  Motorcycle Stuff / Other Bikes / Re: new guzzi...? on: March 03, 2009, 08:44:46 PM
That's quite a list.  My is K3's list is probably just as long...   
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