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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 07-15-2006, 10:07 AM Thread Starter
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Can anyone spare some space for 2 days??

Well I'm headed up to MI tomorrow to pick up a bike.....finally. I picked up the ramp from Ernie today, thanks again, but I need somewhere to keep it for a few days until I get everything squared away. (Taking off work tues to go to the DMV to transfer title and get plates). Vcook is more or less out of town all weekend or else I would probably leave it there. I'm in Naperville just off 59 and Diehl....so, if anyone can spare some room from tomorrow (Sunday) night until tuesday night I'd appricate it and of course the're would probably be some compensation involved, more likely than not in the form of beer if that's acceptable. So yeah, hit me up and let me know, thanks.
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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 07-15-2006, 10:14 AM
 
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I live right down the street. I could hook you up. I live near Rt-59 and North Aurora.
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I got a garage if you need some space. down by caton farm and 59




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Tony, you're just trying to fill your garage with bikes aren't ya?

Thx guys, looks like uniball is only about 2 blocks from me so I'm takin him up on the offer.

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Tony, you're just trying to fill your garage with bikes aren't ya?





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I wonder how many SV650s this bike will cost?
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aw geez Nick you should have taken the sport chock too to ease the transport... 20/20 hindsight. if you want to come back by you can pick that up too.
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You trying to say I'm overpaying Jim? heh

eh, it's cool Ernie, I'm sure I can find a way to take care of it.
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You trying to say I'm overpaying Jim? heh
Not in the least, I just hoped you decided on the SV. One SV always costs one SV, you can't go wrong with that.
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ah, yeah, I did, after shopping shitheaps on craig's list for a month or so and some research, the SV650 just seemed right for me, and I found a deal I could pass up, even if it's a 8 hour round trip.
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got it all taken care of, might be headin up to your place Tuesday night if you'll be home, I want to get that rack taken care of if you don't mind givin a hand. probably easier than takin the bike apart in the parking lot.
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got it all taken care of, might be headin up to your place Tuesday night if you'll be home, I want to get that rack taken care of if you don't mind givin a hand. probably easier than takin the bike apart in the parking lot.
That shouldn't be a problem.
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