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Billy's Place / Re: Cardiac artery problems...
« Last post by Billy C on Today at 02:07:30 PM »
Hope all goes well, and you can stay in business. Which reminds me, I would need a VF1000F set with needle valves and O-ring gaskets, do you happen to have those in storage?

  I have VF1000F rebuild kits in stock.
  Just came back from my heart doc appt and lunch with my honey. Lunch was not that good. My Russian lady heart doc was quite happy. Heart rate/blood pressure/EKG are those of a hard ridden put up wet 30 yr old. Plavix and baby aspirin for 1 year. Statins for the rest of my life which sounds bad but is probably only 15 yrs.  ;)
  The back is kicking my butt. 
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Billy's Place / Re: Cardiac artery problems...
« Last post by dnapekko on Today at 05:33:07 AM »
Hope all goes well, and you can stay in business. Which reminds me, I would need a VF1000F set with needle valves and O-ring gaskets, do you happen to have those in storage?
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Billy's Place / Re: Cardiac artery problems...
« Last post by rrwarrenvanman on June 13, 2019, 05:04:15 PM »
Working on old people is like working on old bikes, the problem just keeps moving around and you need to fix one thing at a time.
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Billy's Place / Re: Cardiac artery problems...
« Last post by Billy C on June 13, 2019, 01:22:35 PM »
  I dunno about the plaque. I have an appt with my heart doc in a week and will discuss that. The heart is like the water pump on your bike. You ignore it til it starts acting up.
  Now my back is acting up again. I was about flat on my back for 5 days. Pulling out of it the past few days.
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Billy's Place / Re: Cardiac artery problems...
« Last post by daffyv6tfv on June 13, 2019, 12:05:58 AM »
good to hear things are ok ish  does the plaque get lessened by meds or it keeps it from increasing
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Bike of the Month / Re: June 2019 Bike of the Month
« Last post by EV on June 09, 2019, 09:42:42 AM »
This started out as a rolling chassis parts bike so I should also thank a few guys that were nice enough to send me some missing parts at no charge , V6562, Brett and Normb, Norm, thanks for your help and if I missed anyone thanks again!  :beer:
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Bike of the Month / Re: June 2019 Bike of the Month
« Last post by EV on June 08, 2019, 01:09:54 PM »
Thanks Mike and Malm for picking my 84 for BOTM  and thanks to all the rest of you guys for the kind comments. :beer:
I would also like to thank my sponsor (my wife) for letting me indulge in my obsession with very few complaints except the smell of bad fuel or paint and the occasional grease spot on the rug . :lol8:
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Bike of the Month / Re: June 2019 Bike of the Month
« Last post by OnionDumper on June 08, 2019, 11:28:34 AM »
 Beautiful 65 very nice congrats... :thumb
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Bike of the Month / Re: June 2019 Bike of the Month
« Last post by Malm on June 08, 2019, 02:39:12 AM »
 ;D Well, this one was obvious.... What a beauty.  :thumb
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Bike of the Month / Re: June 2019 Bike of the Month
« Last post by Stretch on June 07, 2019, 10:46:12 PM »
Well deserved! She is a beauty in person too.

Congratulations EV!
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