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My brakes locked up today. I undid the bleeder and it spat out some fluid and now seems fine. Did I just have too much in there?
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Man, over the winter I replaced the intake seals on my bike, and checked that I had the appropriate jets in the carb and replaced some gaskets. I guess buell/harley guys recommend replacing the intake seals every ~3 years, and mine were the original from '97. Bike now richer across the board, which is to be expected, but throttle response much better. But... I still get damn hiccups at low rpm's under light throttle / low load, which was the main reason I wanted to attack...
Neutral, Brown, Cordovan, any will work if we're talking wax polishing. Hell, black is good, too, if you want a mottled black cherry look. Safest is neutral; I've never understood the need for tinted wax, other than if you're looking to also fill in color for scratch/gouges or something similar where there's colour-loss.
 Old jeans that I don't wear anymore due to the fit, or falling out of preference.  That's a start.  I could just Goodwill/Salvation Army them, which is what I normally do with my clothes; always looking for an excuse for a new project, though. I've seen some pretty dope tool-rolls out of denim; might be the way to go for me. Something I can do with just a needle and thread, right?
Nice.   Only $300 to ship? That's cheap as hell.
I have a bunch of old denim; is there anything I can repurpose it in to that won't be completely tacky?
I have no real winter clothes left since moving to the NW, so my Wolverines with the commando-style sole are my best option for SNOWPOCALYPSE PORTLAND!   I was out shoveling with a garden/dog-poop shovel to get up the street. My feet never got wet!  
 That blows man, sorry. I've been OK walkin' through some crick's and puddles, but haven't dealt with the snow much after moving to the NW.  Not quite a dress boot, not quite a work boot, and fair-weather only now, oof 
 I may have worded that poorly; I should consult Strunk and White. I didn't mean to say he was. I meant it feels like mr juice is coming at him directly, ala W1K FAQ in signature.  Whites: Aldens (again): OSB:   Chromexcel seems to exhibit this type of creasing far more than other types. Whether it's bad clicking or not, that's up to the individual to decide if it's worth it to try to get a refund/exchange. I'm all for pushing vendors towards improving their quality. My...
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