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    Who's Got The Oldest (working) Bike?

    1979 Can-Am Qualifier 250 Enduro 75 MPH Lazyboy
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    Post your old school pics

    1979 Can-Am Qualifier
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    whats your fav photo

    Last ride before the snow...
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    What ? There is something else ???????? Haha I dunno, I sure have a blast on that bike. I'm only a weekend warrior so for me the DRZ is great. Versatility, ultra reliable and the price was right. Puts a smile on my face.
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    Yep, it's a DRZ400e. Mostly stock except rad guards, case savers, handguards. Oh ya......... forgot about my new light........... Don't worry, it's just there for the pic.
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    Thought I'd share a pic from the last ride this year. Lots of snow up here now. Might have to find some studded tires My buddy snapped this about a month ago near Smith, Alberta. Just me cresting a sand hill.
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    Vintage bikes!

    1979 Can-Am 250 Qualifier
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    Best place for oem parts????

    Myler's repaired this rad for me. Get yourself some Unabiker's with the money you'll save.
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    hehe...broken things

    I'm sure there's a few of broken these....................
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    Myler's Magic

    Finally got my rad back from Myler's - as promised here are some before and after pics. It ended up costing around $140 CND including shipping both ways which is less than half of buying new. Not the prettiest repair but the Unabiker's I bought with the money I saved will cover it up. Before: Before Close-up: After: After Close-up: Kudo's to Myler's !!
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    Good, bad, ugly....

    I'm in Edmonton as well. I have been to all those places years ago - just getting back into riding again. I've been riding near Smith and Slave Lake recently. Cadomin is always a great place to go.
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    Good, bad, ugly....

    I guess the rad is useless as it sits so I'll send her away - can't hurt. They are supposed to have a good turn around too. I'll be sure to get some before and after pics if they're able to fix it. Thanks Neil! Like I said armor is definitely in the future. I opted for the case savers first. Any recommendations for the rad guards? Devol and Unabiker seem to be popular.
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    Good, bad, ugly....

    Yes it is the same hill. There were many chutes going out of there but that was the easiest of the bunch. I tried two different hills - DRZ ripped them both up The other ones were near vertical and not a lot of room at the bottom to get any speed. I did look at their site - it seems they can repair bent or warped rads but what about a 1.5" hole ? I was thinking to snap a pic of the damage and email it to Mylers to see what they think before I ship it. Thanks!
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    Good, bad, ugly....

    Hey everybody, Just got back from a great long weekend of riding with the DRZ. The weather is wicked once again up here anyways... A few pics for ya.... but first...... does anybody have a RH radiator for a 2003 DRZ400e ?!? That is before I shell out $345 CND for a new one. My last ride before heading home, I clipped the end of a tree hanging onto the trail and somehow it broke off and swung around right through the rad Seems to me a few of you have been stressing about armor for those things...... rad guards were the next item on my shopping list too...... little too late. Oh well, enjoy the pics.
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    Noob in the mad house.

    Thanks for the quick (and correct) responses!!! The wires definitely have to be connected to run. The bracket is bent over - that's why I couldn't figure it out. That must be why my headlight shakes like a caffeine overdose. Thanks again!