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    Dennis Boersma


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    89 venture royale


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  1. Wait are yiu suggesting its a weight issue or a fear factor issue? Cause one of those if mentioned could be deadly
  2. Well it may not be for my venture but ive started ordering parts for the vulcan i crashed. And new helmets from revzilla. They have speed and strength helmets on for 50% off for some of them
  3. Im trying hard to instill good values in my kids. Have to admit somedays i wonder if im gaining ground or losing ground but still if they love God and learn the value of working hard and treating others the way they themselves would like to be treated and enjoying time out on the lake when the work is done id say mission accomplished
  4. One thing i would look into is an set of the slip on mudflaps that hook on the hitch. Up here we have enough gravel on the roads to warrant the extra protection they give.
  5. Somewhere there a picture of a 5 yr old me eating the calves milk replacer!
  6. Just a update. Ive been going through physo and can walk with the aid of a walker. Still numb from chest down but its good to be able to move on my own. Going to be wearing a full brace for another three months still but should be home by the end of june! Thanks for all the support guys!
  7. It was totally the idea that they ate "doggie treats" that got them. My daughters put hazelnut spread on them and mowed through them like candy!
  8. What i have problems with are the safety drivers who pass you and pull even with the transport ahead of you and proceed to sit there for the next 50 miles
  9. True story happened yesterday afternoon My 10 yr old daughter wanted to bake cookies so my wife and her mixed up a triple batch of chocolate chip cookies. My 12 yr old daughter wanted to make doggie treats for her puppy so they mixed up a batch of oatmeal and banana treats for her. Fast forward to supper with my teenage son and his girl friend. They were all sitting around talking and my wife told them about the girls cooking exploits when suddenly my son and his girlfriend turned a little green. I guess they had been sneaking bites of these neat little square "cookies" and suddenly reali
  10. You guys have been a real blessing to me esp lately. Keep up the good work guys ive really enjoyed reading the various posts and theres no end to how creative you guys are with the different projects. I like this site way more then any other ive been part of over the years and its thanks to guys like you.
  11. Thanks so much for all your prayers. Im still in thunderbay hospital and still am numb from the chest down but today was my first official physo appointment and i think things went well. Im finding that my left knee is weak as jello and unless i can see my feet i really dont know where they are while standing. Talk about new experences! But God has been good to me. Hes allowed my wife to visit for four whole days when they originally told us a max of 2 hours once period due to covid restrictions. Found out my surgeon is a believer as well and was encouraging prayer to his patients. Met a retir
  12. Hi to everyone i havent been a member long but ive really enjoyed all of the help and support that has been offered on this site. I m laying in a hospital bed right now in Thunder Bay Ontario after being blown off a curve. Theyve pinned my left femur back together and fused my back from my lower neck to below my shoulderblades. I went into the surgery with full muscle control and feeling. No numb spots and all responses were normal. This is day three after the surgery and im still numb from the chest down and very little muscle control in my left leg. I cant tell if im moving my feet and legs
  13. What type of ford axle? Like a 60's or 70's car axle or something more specific?
  14. That bike would be an interesting rainy day project if your comfortable with doing the work and have the space and tools. Extra hands would make it easier moving those engines around as well. Resale value won't be fantastic but talk them down on their price and you could do alright down the road. I wouldn't be scared of buying a bike like that.
  15. Its fun to rip around in town with. Tops out around 120 kms or so depending on the wind. Its sized like a 650 with a good sized tank and it pulls well for a 250 with a descent sounding exhaust. Riding it it feels like an older 250 ninja and we put a pro taper bar on it after bending the stock one, that raised the bar an inch or so. Im 5,10 and find the ride position good for about an hour or two but my son is taller and finds it bothers his knees on longer runs. Good beginner bike and fun to hop on and burn through some corners. It came with the full sport bike fairings but the previous
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