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JefeRotacion

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  1. Yup. That's a thing. Aren't they special.
  2. JefeRotacion

    Best truck to carry your dirt bike

    @crf2er uses a hitch rack on his STI, pretty sweet setup for gas mileage.
  3. JefeRotacion

    Best truck to carry your dirt bike

    I like Thousand Island boats.
  4. JefeRotacion

    Just Curious- An Observation

    No, they finally changed the speed limits on the east side highways and i pump my own gas all the time on my bikes. Better not try and pump it in a car though, unless it's diesel.
  5. JefeRotacion

    [SMC-R] convert to adventure bike.

    Looks killer, those are some expensive tires, i hope they work good for you.
  6. 750 doesn't even cover a night of hookers and blow. You'll need 2500-ish or you'll end up with a pile you can't ride anyway.
  7. JefeRotacion

    Just Curious- An Observation

    The NW forum is 99.9% Seattle drones so i come here because there is no one posting from Oregon and i relate much more here than with all those weirdo Warshingtonians. A vasectomy is the best investment a 20 year old kid can make. [emoji57]
  8. JefeRotacion

    Best truck to carry your dirt bike

    Thousands of miles.
  9. JefeRotacion

    Best truck to carry your dirt bike

    That's the one i have, el cheapo, but I've hauled my 340lb 701 thousands of Miles on it.
  10. JefeRotacion

    Best truck to carry your dirt bike

    I got mine on CL for 50$
  11. JefeRotacion

    First Bike, CRF450L or DRZ400S

    CRF is better on road too, cush drive, better transmission, lighter weight, moar power.
  12. JefeRotacion

    Adventure riding boots?

    Yeah, i always stop and swim too, then soak my shirt before i gear up to leave.
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