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Are there any cheap ways to increase the torque on a moped so that the front end will pop up easily? by PerryRObray
Big, huge, light fat front tire with the lightest possible within reason tube, spokes, nipples, hub, rim.....etc..... Then fill the tire with helium. Put a rack on the back with enough weight. LOL! Cheap ways to increase the torque on a moped ...
How are tides predicted? by 3pt477Knots
From what oceanography PhD's have told me, tide prediction is mostly empirical. Water height is collected at a given location for some time, year(s), and then they do a Fourier Transform over the data to see what are the major sine wave ...

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Szabo Trucker! Radical Board!
by Winter.Scape - 1 day ago
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by acrobatix - 2 days ago
Are you selling or looking for a trade
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Hi everyone,We had a problem with regards to the featured posts resulting from communication problems within the ops team. As a result none were featured during the last week. The error has ...
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Looking for early 90's WestBeach snowboard jacket/parka with the word westbeach across the center of the jacket. Also looking for snowboarding bibs with westbeach symbol on the knee and or ...
by Dean20120 - 4 days ago
Seems places that sell lots of used parts have cross reference materials. Probably a PWC dismantler somewhere.
by PerryRObray - 4 days ago
The PWC topics definitely can use some help. I'm basically a 2 wheeled and snowsports individual. Maybe you guys know some people who can join in for the PWC discussions.
by PerryRObray - 4 days ago
For the person that is going to do this, having a competent manual is most likely a huge advantage in the beginning. Specialized tools are most likely needed too. Yamaha should have a ...
by PerryRObray - 5 days ago
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