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 on: Today at 11:22:21 AM 
Started by 52 Ruhe - Last post by lucky13
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 on: Today at 08:22:23 AM 
Started by 52 Ruhe - Last post by Kyle M
RACEBIKE with FANS  :wow: :wow: :wow: :wow: :wow: :wow:

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 on: February 22, 2020, 05:19:13 PM 
Started by djhurayt - Last post by Lscollin
Hey David! So sorry to hear about your injuries, but happy that you’re doing better! I’m a Physical Therapist and work with a lot of concussed patients and have some background in severe TBI. I’m happy to offer any insight or direct you to appropriate medical professionals that may be able to assist in your recovery.

Lauren

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 on: February 22, 2020, 01:08:09 PM 
Started by bigshug1 - Last post by Shoaf
As already stated, it's all about how often you need to use them. You could easily spend $100 at harbor freight and get more than enough hand tools to leave in your trailer for use at the track, including the roll cart, battery tender, and rear stand. On the other hand the same $100 dollars on the snap-on truck could get you a 1/4" ratchet!...if it's on special that week. But if you use that ratchet every day for over 10 years you might want the quality. Precision tools such as torque wrench or calipers I would recommend snap on or matco. Allen bits, snap-on no exceptions and you'll thank me later! Power tools- Milwaukee. Air tools- ingersoll rand. I personally try not to buy anything off the tool truck that has an air chuch or batter pack because of this. It's not hard to spend tens of thousands on tools on a tool truck, where as I'm pretty sure $10k at harbor freight gets you a franchise.

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 on: February 22, 2020, 01:00:34 PM 
Started by bigshug1 - Last post by bigshug1
The words Harbor Freight and Premium I just don’t think will ever go together. LOL


Daniel Hughes
2015 R1

Maybe the fact that it’s branded as “ICON” is accurate, then  :D

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 on: February 22, 2020, 09:50:58 AM 
Started by bigshug1 - Last post by RocketDan
The words Harbor Freight and Premium I just don’t think will ever go together. LOL


Daniel Hughes
2015 R1

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 on: February 22, 2020, 03:28:30 AM 
Started by MBB1 - Last post by MBB1
Marcquez just signed a new 4 year contract with HRC.  He has this year (2020) and then his 4 years starts at the end of the season.

Does this mean his little brother will not be  the number 1 rider in the team for the foreseeable future?





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 on: February 21, 2020, 09:03:24 PM 
Started by bigshug1 - Last post by bigshug1
Harbor Freight is dabbling in “premium” tools with their Icon brand...I’ve thought about picking up a few things to see how they feel

But I just can’t get past the name...lol

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 on: February 21, 2020, 06:06:42 PM 
Started by bigshug1 - Last post by RocketDan
I use the cheap tools, Stanley I think. Also have some Harbor Freight items for lesser used tools like giant sockets. But what I have I’ve been using for a long time so they have done the job. I do most of my own maintenance and am working on a bike most weekends. But that’s still a pretty small amount of use when you look at it. A mechanic is going to use tools 40+ hours a week. I might use them a couple hours a week with an 8-10 hours a week thrown in a couple times a year. So for me, the lower cost options have worked fine. 


Daniel Hughes
2015 R1

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 on: February 21, 2020, 04:57:32 PM 
Started by Francis - Last post by Francis
These are great for novice and intermediate group riders. See link for my craigslist ads

https://richmond.craigslist.org/mpo/d/richmond-new-tires-off-retail/7067209597.html

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