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post #1 of 32 (permalink) Old 04-29-2008, 05:32 PM Thread Starter
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You people that store your bikes in your house

What get's rid of the gasoline smell? I spilled some gas on my carpet. Oops. Already put kitty litter to soak most of it up, sprinkled Arm and Hammer carpet deodorizer and I have candles lit in several rooms to hopefully burn up some of the fumes.

This is why bikes should be left in garages.

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No it spilled from one of those cheap ass Made in China minibikes. I am blaming JustaGuy. The damn petcock snapped off like it was a pretzel too.

Buy a CRF50 and don't mess with those made in China crap. And this is coming from a Chinaman.

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No it spilled from one of those cheap ass Made in China minibikes. I am blaming JustaGuy.

Stop breaking my bike, now you owe me a gallon of premium
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Light a match.
I already have several candles lit you newb. Respect my authoritaaah!

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I already have several candles lit you newb. Respect my authoritaaah!
I forgot to say to throw the match on the gasoline soaked carpet.
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No it spilled from one of those cheap ass Made in China minibikes. I am blaming JustaGuy. The damn petcock snapped off like it was a pretzel too.

Buy a CRF50 and don't mess with those made in China crap. And this is coming from a Chinaman.
The gas is worth more than the bike. True story.
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The gas is worth more than the bike. True story.
You got that right. These things really are cheaply made.

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I would suggest using a mix of white vinegar and hot water and let it soak for a while. Then either use a wet vac or absorb with towels. Then mix baking soda and hot water together and let it soak again. Use wet dry vac or absorb with towels.

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post #13 of 32 (permalink) Old 04-29-2008, 05:58 PM Thread Starter
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And Mao calls me a redneck.....
Cambodians are the original rednecks. I was born in a house with no indoor plumbing and electricity and the house remains that way to this day. And I think my parents are related.

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You meet a lot of different people on this board. I have now met a Jewish tranny and a Cambodian hillbilly. Go figure.
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You meet a lot of different people on this board. I have now met a Jewish tranny and a Cambodian hillbilly. Go figure.
wow that should be the quote of the week

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The gas is worth more than the bike. True story.
Heyl no, I paid $300 for that bike.
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Why would you put any gas powered item in your house? Just aim a fan at it and give it time. the smell will go away.
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I would suggest using a mix of white vinegar and hot water and let it soak for a while. Then either use a wet vac or absorb with towels. Then mix baking soda and hot water together and let it soak again. Use wet dry vac or absorb with towels.
isnt that how the ladys use to douche wayyyy back in the day?



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we generally do not store the cheap crappy bikes on carpet
mine are on cement now... hardwood in the old loft

sorry nothing useful to add...
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Heyl no, I paid $300 for that bike.
You, my friend, were ripped off.

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You, my friend, were ripped off.
but it's a Ducati pocketbike
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I bought the pocketbike Mark wrecked (go figure) for $100. Sold it for $125. Easy money.
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And I think my parents are related.
That explains soooo much




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That explains soooo much
It's true. They have the same last name.

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