I've been using Rotella in my motorcycle the last few years. In fact the owners manual suggests it as a suitable substitute for the $10/qt 20w-50...
I wanted to resurrect this thread as I just did an oil change in my '63.
Based on the info in the link and what most of the respondents said they...
$2.89 for 87 octane here in Michigan. I paid $3.89 for recreational gas on Friday, first tank of gas this year for my Ranchero.
After sitting in the yard since Nov with only a cover on it I thought I'd see if she would fire.
Battery was strong and turned her over nicely,...
You nailed it, loosened the nut on the volume pot and plugged it in and it's amplified!
I should probably drill the hole out in the aluminum a...
Thanks! The instructions were very basic.
The pickup was prewired to the volume and tone pots, and the output jack as well.
Basically just plug...
Finished it! Strung it up and couldn't get my plug in tuner to work.
Plugged it in my little practice amp and dimed it and nothing.
A bunch in this listing;
Slow progress, but may be assembling it this weekend;
This is what it will look like, the neck isn't bolted on yet, it needs another...
Saw robins the other day here in Michigan, could spring be too far off?
Not much progress other than I mocked up a cardboard template to make a pick-guard of sorts;
Here's some aluminum flashing that I'm...
I was wanting somewhat of a unicorn among stringed instruments, and that is a solid body electric banjo.
I had PM'd beerbelly about the...
Sienna sunburst is a beautiful finish!
I did something similar except this one needs to be built LOL.
Actually was pointed to this by beerbelly...
Saw this dialogue going on between a couple of members of a motorcycle forum I'm on, thought it was funny;
Thanks for that app suggestion! I will try it for sure.
The speedometer works, but the needle bounces a lot, the cable is probably going.
I bought mine with about 75,247 miles on the odometer. Got it running good, had a front end alignment done, and most recently new rear brakes as...
Happy New Year indeed.
I should have posted this on Thurs but it's still funny;
I think this blue one is what my '63 is supposed to look like, mine has a '62 grill and front bumper;
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