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I stopped using it when I got down to 320 pounds. However, through the winter I've gained back 20, and our first few rides this season have revealed that I should go back to using it once again until my weight gets back down.
My butt seems to breath better. The side support is almost non-existent (I think our weight makes it into no more than paper thin), but the mesh is a bit stretchier so there's comfort in that. Same issues with the front seat bars, unless you are wil…
Problem is that those frames, SO FAR, can't be bought to fit on anything except the GT. Maybe when they start putting them on Rovers, we can buy the "Rover" version of the longer/downcurve frame and mesh.
My i8 hub sort of requires the use of the SA shifter - hard to get around that requirement. But for the front triple I used a trigger shifter. My wife's Trident uses thumb shifters, which I'd love to try some day . . .
But I didn't see any good camping areas on that Leelanau Trail to Sutton's Bay.
@Chonk there is one of those Meijer trails that runs through Alma and down to Greenville . . . more centrally located in the state than Grand Rapids . . .
So the rest of a Rambler EVO is only worth $700, based upon this price.
Sorry to disappoint you @Florida_bound but I won't be putting that on my Rover anytime soon. At that cost one should just as well buy a Rambler EVO.
I bought a used Triden…
Thin strips clamped in a jig with plenty of CA glue is very standard procedure. I'm curious about the warping myself.
Did you join them in the same order as you cut them, or did you intersperse different woods? Did you run the ripped edge through a…
I couldn't stand the okefenokee swamp. I guess being from Michigan, when I went near that swamp I just started to melt; parts of me dripping onto the boardwalks over the swamp. I ran out while there was still something of me left.
The original kit had a nice rack bag that holds the batteries and controller, with holes for the external lines to the motor and control pad. Should be an easy replacement - I just have to ensure I connect the charger (3 pronged connector type) and …