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Old 28th June 2022
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Left thumb and wrist is mostly painless and will take awhile to get use to the new configuration. My right wrist got way over worked these last 3.5 months and I hope to get it juiced when I see the Doc on Monday.

going to see if I can make it to Laconia today.
Great day yesterday. Got to official OK to chuck the cast I actually stopped using two weeks ago. Left thumb is healing nicely.
Had a massive steroid injection in my abused right thumb/wrist and it should feel better soon.

The yellow sportster will be back on the roads of western Massachusetts and southern Vermont and New Hampshire by weeks end.
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Yea Mick, and on that note my HotRod bike mad3 a couple of potato, potato sounds today, should be back on th3 road this weekend as well! Got parts coming this Friday!
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Shouldn’t you two be planning a COBB ride now that Paul’s bike is making root vegetable noises?
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Wish mine was making those noises. Repaired head light and wire a few weeks back. Went out for a small ride on father's day with my son and girlfriend . My rear brakes started making grinding noises my rotor is all ground up rubbing against the rear fork.
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Wish mine was making those noises. Repaired head light and wire a few weeks back. Went out for a small ride on father's day with my son and girlfriend . My rear brakes started making grinding noises my rotor is all ground up rubbing against the rear fork.
loose axle bolt, ouch! I think I still have my original OEM rotor doing nothing if you need it. I have a floating rotors on my 2005 now.
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Thanks Mick I still have mine oem rotor also. Years ago I got billet rims and matching rotors. Looking at different styles now how do you like your floaters? I looked and measured yep not aligned did not fine anything loose but had to be enough. From now on I will have to check it out more often. That rotor was not cheap. LOL
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Mark, you’ll like “floaters “, more even wear on your pads and better feel when activating.
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Thanks Mick I still have mine oem rotor also. Years ago I got billet rims and matching rotors. Looking at different styles now how do you like your floaters? I looked and measured yep not aligned did not fine anything loose but had to be enough. From now on I will have to check it out more often. That rotor was not cheap. LOL
I got a set of Russell floaters with my Brembo calipers from a new Road-king that a friend put new fancy chrome stuff on. Added one to the back with a fresh set of Lyndall Gold shoes all around.
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