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About Oldtrlrider

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  1. Oldtrlrider

    Hard starting TTr 125

    New plug........I guess I deserve that. I have a new plug. I went to a little hotter plug because that was my first thought. Thanks.
  2. My son has a TTR 125. We have had it serviced and rejetted at the shop. The problem is that it wont start unless it is in first gear. I thought he was kidding untill I tried to start his bike one day. The bike was cold. It would not kick over. I put it in gear and held the clutch in. When I hit the starter the bike moved a little like the clutch was a little out of adjustment but it kicked over. I hit the starter again and the thing started. Are we just a little wacked or is there something I should know about this process. As you can tell I am not much of a mechanic but love to ride.
  3. Oldtrlrider

    Hard starting

    My son has a TTR 125. We have had it serviced and rejetted at the shop. The problem is that it wont start unless it is in first gear. I thought he was kidding untill I tried to start his bike one day. The bike was cold. It would not kick over. I put it in gear and held the clutch in. When I hit the starter the bike moved a little like the clutch was a little out of adjustment but it kicked over. I hit the starter again and the thing started. Are we just a little wacked or is there something I should know about this process. As you can tell I am not much of a mechanic but love to ride.
  4. Oldtrlrider

    Bike carrier

    I was thinking the same as you. If you go in to the site, there is a breakdown of how to install. Looks like the posts slide off when not needed. That leaves the rail attached to your truck. The pic shows the posts sliding on the rail and then you tighten set screws so they wont slide off the rail. I was wondering how stable they were when on dirt roads. I would think the side to side motion when they were loaded could be pretty tough on them.
  5. Oldtrlrider

    Bike carrier

    http://srtusa.com This is the site for the P-LOK carrier
  6. Oldtrlrider

    Bike carrier

    I ran across something new to me. It is called P-Lok and it is a unit that attaches the bed of your Truck or Trailer. It has two posts that Two rods go through your foot pegs and are pinned in place to carry your bike. We have a TTR 250 and a TTR125. This is supposed to replace using any straps for tieing down your bikes for transport. Has anyone used one of these and what did you think? I have the web site if you are interested.
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