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Open Forum / Re: Hawaii votes to allow motorcycle shoulder passing
« Last post by bigdt73 on Today at 07:45:22 pm »
Just my two cents, but I distinctly remember reading the motorcycle instruction guide provided by the DMV that motorcycles are to be treated just like any other motor vehicle and entitled to the entire width of the lane.  For the life of me, I'll never understand why some motorcyclists want more rights than the other motor vehicles on the road.  We say we want the cars to "share" the road but we want special consideration all the time, i.e. shoulder usage, lane splitting, special MC lanes, etc...  I can understand why some would want that, but what happened to "sharing the road" and equal treatment?  So you're stuck in traffic?  Isn't everyone else?  So it's hot on the bike?  Isn't the price we pay for doing something we love?

I guess I will never understand the need for the special treatment other than some people feel like they are "owed" special treatment because they are on two wheels instead of four... Cagers are bad enough without special rules.  Why enrage them further?  Again, just my two cents.
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Could it be converted to a 12v fan?
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Is this useless if the power goes out?
Nope. Got a generator. LOL
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Is this useless if the power goes out?
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Bike performed flawlessly all the way home, even in 95 degree freeway riding.
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 Seriously considering the Camp Chef SmokePro DLX.  The reviews look promising and YouTube did a comparison with a Traeger and it appeared to me it kicked butt.
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Picking it up, they said it did not need a flush as they basically performed one when repairing the hose. No charge!

Just the way it should be.

:)
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Picking it up, they said it did not need a flush as they basically performed one when repairing the hose. No charge!

Contra Costa Powersports in Concord. Very happy customer.
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Open Forum / Re: Hawaii votes to allow motorcycle shoulder passing
« Last post by Rubber_Snake on Today at 03:36:33 pm »
My reply was in response to having motorcycle only lanes, not riding the shoulder in Hawaii.
Got it.  :thumbs:
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Open Forum / Re: Hawaii votes to allow motorcycle shoulder passing
« Last post by Cold Streak on Today at 03:32:14 pm »
I will admit to using the shoulder to get past a looooong line of cars backed up at a stop sign on a 4th of July weekend in MN.  It was very hot and the a/c on my bike wasn't working so what was I supposed to do?   ;D  I'll take my chances on the ticket in that situation.  Yes, you do need to be extra alert for someone pulling over, but with everyone stopped it isn't too likely. 
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