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Your damn skippy I have before. That used to be the easiest winterizing I ever did. Park it inside. Now I live with 7 steps in front of my home...not to easy to get it up there. :)
 

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oh yeah, many times!! not since I have been married, but oh yeah, before. I mean hey, u can leave ur baby sit out in the cold, lonely garage ALL the time can you ???
 

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GSXR750DJ said:
Your damn skippy I have before. That used to be the easiest winterizing I ever did. Park it inside. Now I live with 7 steps in front of my home...not to easy to get it up there. :)
Learn something new about you everyday! You nutcrack!! I'd like to see you try to get that badboy in the house. The freaking old farts around here would have the condo committee on you quicker than flys on poo. :lol:
 

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3BoyzNaBike said:
Learn something new about you everyday! You nutcrack!!
I used to do it when I lived in Harrisburg. Maybe a year before I meet you. :D
 

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lol of coarse.. i bring all my bikes inside to do my pics... the best way to take the naughty ones ..ahahahhaha.. :redevil: anyways.. i better keep that to myself...!!!! :p:
 

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lol of coarse.. i bring all my bikes inside to do my pics... the best way to take the naughty ones ..ahahahhaha.. :redevil: anyways.. i better keep that to myself...!!!! :p:
OH to h#ll with it, just do them outside. Now that would definitely get some looks!! :lol:
 

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3BoyzNaBike said:
OH to h#ll with it, just do them outside. Now that would definitely get some looks!! :lol:
:iagree: :iagree: :redevil:
 

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Like Matt said, not since we've been married....yet! :wink: But I'm sure that once we buy our own place, he'll be measuring the doorways!! :lol:
 

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When I was in college in St. Louis, I lived in a ground floor apartment with a patio to park my 750 on. In the winter, I would put a sheet of plywood on the carpet just inside the sliding doors. I would park it on the plywood, remove the tank, and cover it with an old blanket like a sofa. My Honda did not leak a drop, still doesn't, and the plywood would stay clean. It was quite a conversation piece though, in my living room. But crazy as St. Louis weather is, It could be 65 degrees on Christmas and I would replace the tank, and was off.
 

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when i first started dating my current guy... the first time he ever took me to his house, we walked in... hung my coat up in the entryway, and was just like, all 'gaga" over his house. it's beautiful. anyway... as we walked through the great room... i look over and... yep. across the bar, i can see into the kitchen, there's this great big black bike parked right in the middle of the tile floor.

i was like, WTF? LOL LOL LOL :screwy: :lol:

it was right then, i knew he was a keeper. anybody with priorities screwed up enough to bring a motorcycle into the kitchen.. well.. we'd get along JUUUUUST fine.

bwaah hah hah hah hah hah hah hah haaa :p: :p:
 

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CrunchieJD said:
Like Matt said, not since we've been married....yet! :wink: But I'm sure that once we buy our own place, he'll be measuring the doorways!! :lol:

I tried it already b/4 here, but just wouldnt fit.. :lol:
 

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If I get my new bike before the roads are clear enough to ride I will do my darndest to find it a nice carpetted parking spot! Course worse case is it stays in the heated garage with my Camaro and the other bikes. Sure is nice knowing some snow birds... they go to Florida for the winter and I take over their extra space.
 

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No. If I had a walk in basement or something maybe but what is the point? Maybe I would bring an engine in to rebuild it so I didn't get cold but that is about as far as I would go. Otherwise it off to the garage for the bike.
 
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