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A good ride & then work

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I took the old prairie out and had some fun but it was hot today so I cut my ride time down. Came home and was going to rest I knew I should have came in the house & not stay in the garage. Now the xr100's motor is out of the bike and the top end is apart.

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It was 78 degrees were going to be in the lower 60's & 50's for highs this week & thats still good riding weather. I will trade you swampcat for some cold & snow. We don't see snow too often.

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I took the old prairie out and had some fun but it was hot today so I cut my ride time down. Came home and was going to rest I knew I should have came in the house & not stay in the garage. Now the xr100's motor is out of the bike and the top end is apart.

Good luck with the rebuild ! Keep us updated !

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It was 78 degrees were going to be in the lower 60's & 50's for highs this week & thats still good riding weather. I will trade you swampcat for some cold & snow. We don't see snow too often.

We got snow last weekend but its melted :laugh:I ship u some next time it snows !!LOL

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