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post #1 of 15 Old 06-13-2017, 09:13 PM Thread Starter
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Titanium Fuel Tank Hardware 08-13

Bought these off here thinking they may work with 04-07, hindsight I should have checked the parts fiche to validate same size and length first. OEM Honda pieces number 9 and 34 with the bolt being 6X25mm.

These titanium tank bushing sleeves were made by Pro-Bolt and are no longer available; the bolts are made by LighTech - $45 with shipping in the US.
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post #2 of 15 Old 06-14-2017, 05:48 AM
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Hey Dave, nice to see you posting in here again. How are you doing my friend? Are you getting the bike back together? I will take then from you. pm send.

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Luis!!! Hey brother, pretty much just finished the rebuild and just need to update the build thread with the post crash efforts to present date. Still envious of that garage of yours and everything in it lol, just bought two more roll away chests for mine as well and starting to get the spare stuff I'm not using posted and up for grabs. I'll get these out to you tomorrow or Friday - good to hear from you brother!

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$ Send! Looking forward to seeing the rebuild. If you want to do the floor in your garage, let me know and I will let you know how to get a discount. The floor is from Race deck. Great people to deal with and it comes with 15 yrs warranty.

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When I did my garage floor I went with Floor Junkies. They were a fraction of the cost of Racedeck and are made out of the same snap together plastic tiles. My wife and I put it together in an afternoon with a mallet. The designs are limited only by your imagination.

One suggestion, whatever brand you decide to go with put a layer of roofing felt paper down between the cement floor and the tiles to keep the noise down when you drive over it.

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I did an epoxy coat floor on my garage and it turned out pretty decent, just bought a few new boxes, too. Got a new garage door on the way that I'm gonna do rice paper on the windows for an opaque look such that I can still get a little natural daylight to go with the LEDs I have installed. A few pics of the bike and garage at the moment, getting there anyway. Looking at picking up a new trailer, too ;-)
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I did an epoxy coat floor on my garage and it turned out pretty decent, just bought a few new boxes, too. Got a new garage door on the way that I'm gonna do rice paper on the windows for an opaque look such that I can still get a little natural daylight to go with the LEDs I have installed. A few pics of the bike and garage at the moment, getting there anyway. Looking at picking up a new trailer, too ;-)
That is looking real good Dave! I got a new trailer a few years back, now I am thinking Sprinter Van. Don't know yet. here is a pic of my garage


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First world problems in that garage Luis - love it!!! Still looking to throw a leg over an RSV4 and ride one, certainly sound mean as hell. Thought about buying an R1M but think I'm just gonna try to maintain this old girl and start focusing on my 68 C10 again.

Total man-cave, definitely digging the lighting! Nice place Luis, very nice.

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Thanks, got then on the mail today. You are more than welcome to ride my if you come to the south east anytime. They are fun as hell. Looking forward to see the truck done, love that body style.

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Glad to see the old girl back together Dave.
Luis is your bad ass corgi of yours guarding the bikes? LOL That little short leg K9 is a Tasmanian devil.

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