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About paulyray

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  1. here is mine.
  2. here you go.
  3. put on the inner boots first. slip foot into outer boot. the straps adjust by pulling them out. you can make them as tight or loose as needed. velcro the top of the boot to hold it in place while adjusting the straps. wear them a bit and shifting will get easier. hope this helps. congrats on the purchase.
  4. They won't let you register it until it has 7500 miles on it. You might slip through. Most of the dmv staff doesn't know what the hell they are doing. I hope you have better luck there than I did. California dmv was a freakin' nightmare for me when I moved here. Good luck.
  5. mine is yellow and blue
  6. I have the big DR risers and the acerbis rally pro handguards. They touch the back of the headlight plastic but it still works fine. Hope this helps.
  7. I like the dual pipe bike better, but that one is also very nice.
  8. keep us posted how they hold up. I would like a set!
  9. standard= 7/8" fat= 1-1/8"
  10. Sacramento.
  11. lookin good! let us know when they are ready.
  12. +1
  14. I believe that a 49 state DRZ400E that is 2003 or newer is red sticker. A 49 state DRZ400E that is 2002 or older is green sticker. A california E model is green but it has an S model engine and carb.(lower compression and a mikuni carb) This is my understanding.
  15. On my 5th trip to the cali DMV I have finally recieved my green sticker! It still amazes me how little the clerks at the DMV know about the rules of thier job. I went today and described the problem I was having and the clerk (very nice woman) told me the reason I got a red sticker instead of the green was because they change the color every year. I politely explained that due to the fact my bike was a 2001 I should recieve a green sticker. She went and took all my paperwork to a superior who indeed told her to issue a green. Thanks for all the advise. It just took alot of patience and persistance.