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  2. VBON, I'm so sorry to see that your very first post on BMWST.com is one so filled with disappointment. YES! We absolutely do reply to all our emails. I've just checked the contact link on our website and used it to send an email to us. It came straight through. And so do dozens and dozens of others every single month. • We answer questions about brightness (after 21 years in business and working closely with some of the people at 3M, we've gotten to be pretty knowledgeable about reflective). • We answer questions about available colors (we will custom cut in 3M Red Reflective and 3M Silver Reflective, and we never charge for this option). • In case anyone is wondering, we don't work in 3M Blue because that's the color of Law Enforcement and with two family members who are Command Officers in law enforcement, we respect their right to that color. • We get requests for custom work and we answer all of them. • We get requests from Police Departments, Sheriff's Departments and State Patrols, both here in the United States as well as State Police across Europe. Our communications with them has led to thousands of orders for their police bikes. • . . . and more. Again, my apologies if your email went unanswered. We do check several times per day, as well as in our SPAM folder, just to be sure we haven't missed anyone. As you've requested, I'm going to email you at the vbharley@gmail.com address you listed above. We're grateful that you've purchased one of our kits and we'd like to talk to you about whatever you have in mind. Right now, it's 4PM MT on Wed. 7/8/20. Look for the email in just a few minutes.
  3. Hosstage

    2004 R1150RT Engine Oil Seepage

    We love the simple fixes!
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  5. mickeym3

    COVID-19 Surprise?

    TMI Taylor1
  6. So I can pay for heated wheel and seat in winter, and cancel for summer? What about a/c and steering, also options?
  7. 10 weeks out and FART is building!
  8. Hosstage

    COVID-19 Surprise?

    .
  9. chrisolson

    MotoGP is Back !

    Sad, but may well have been influenced by the still in place restriction of visitors from Europe (effects the teams and whole MotoGP infrastructure for holding a race) as well as the Covid-19 problem in Austin itself Was looking at the recent covid-19 flare up in Spain, but it is in the northwestern Galicia region and the race in Jerez is far to the south .... hope the geographical separation will let the race procede , but it depends on the Spanish government.
  10. taylor1

    COVID-19 Surprise?

    If the science proved that wearing underwear would cut down on the smell when I'm flatulent , I would start wearing them again .
  11. Rougarou

    COVID-19 Surprise?

    It's a useless garment........one of those "pass downs from Mother".
  12. fourteenfour

    White RT with Brown Seat?

    you can almost make a good picture by configuring your own RT on the bmw motorcycle site. Might work or might not with this link
  13. dirtrider

    2004 R1150RT engine quits

    Afternoon thefishruler See link as this is a double posting_
  14. Joe Frickin' Friday

    COVID-19 Surprise?

    Fair enough; I withdraw my claim of universal mask adoption in Japan. I will check out the Shibuya-cam tonight (when it'll be tomorrow morning's rush hour there). I looked at reference #197 on the table I posted. It's just a survey, one of many asking people what they're doing to avoid COVID. If only 63% of Americans are wearing underwear, then things are far worse than I thought.
  15. John Ranalletta

    Where Parking in Venice Italy

    Actually, I think we parked our car in this facility when we visited. buon viaggio
  16. dduelin

    Working from home ...

    I've been riding a lot, probably more than pre pandemic but short morning rides. Sometimes 3 or 4 days in a week. My wife is a night owl and I'm a lark so for the 31 years we have been together I'm up before sunrise and she gets up around 10 or 11 AM. Nothing different there. I keep to a work schedule from 8ish to 5ish so from 0530 to 8 I might ride a 100 miles or so in nearby rural areas to avoid urban traffic then get home by 8, flip on the coffee maker and settle into the office routine.
  17. Do you EVER reply to emails on your website @motoreflective.com ? Over the past few years, I've emailed you guys to ask questions and still "CRICKETS" I sent them via your "contact" link on the website. I've purchased a set for my KTM jessie luggage. I'd love a return email at vbharley@gmail.com Thank you
  18. Skywagon

    MotoGP is Back !

    Well just received my notice from COTA...the race in Austin moved from April to November is now cancelled...so no US presence this year.
  19. Rougarou

    Working from home ...

    I've been an essential since 1986. Anyway, the wife sent me this with the caption "This is us":
  20. Rx_Mich

    R1150RT alternator belt.

    Hi Dirt Rider, One quick question on the measurement. 118.5mm measuring tool measures ribs on pulley1 to ribs on pulley2 and not the lip of the pulley correct? Sorry, re-read it and answered my own question. :o)
  21. MikeB60

    Thinking replacing my 1150RT for a 1200RT

    The camhead boxers are reliable. Provided the handlebar switches have been replaced there are no common issues.
  22. Joe Frickin' Friday

    Working from home ...

    Try to get out of the house and find a place to go for a walk that doesn't have many people in it. Might involve a drive. For us, Ann Arbor has the headquarters of Domino's Pizza nearby. The loop road around it is 1.8 miles, and we almost never encounter any other pedestrians, and very few vehicles. There are a number of animals on display in various pastures (not including the petting zoo), among then a herd of bison, a pitou donkey, a Ankole-Watusi, and a couple of Belties. A pleasant walk. Other than that, catching up on odd-jobs around the house. Pushed back on the jungle, and trimmed a lot of dead branches from some pine trees. In the past three weeks I've had 45 composting bags full of stuff taken away. Fixed a couple of broken sprinklers. Getting way ahead on my Mojo inventory. Finally installed second (i.e. rear) dash cam in my car. Washed/waxed both cars (they're staying clean longer than ever...). This afternoon I get to deal with the mouse what took up residence in our attic. Vacations? Not any time soon: It's a three-hour flight to Colorado, and my Dad is 86 and not in great health. If I bring COVID into his life he's got a fair chance of checking out. I probably wouldn't even be allowed to see him: his assisted-living facility has been battling an outbreak since mid-April (11 residents dead from COVID), and one of their control measures right now is no outside visitors. So even if I went, I probably couldn't get in to see him. It's a 14-hour flight to Japan, and my MIL is likewise elderly and vulnerable to COVID. Drive/Ride somewhere? Stay in a hotel, eat at restaurants, go shopping? Not that desperate. The June Driftin' event was pushed to next year. I don't see myself going to FART this year either. Waiting for a vaccine.
  23. Rougarou

    COVID-19 Surprise?

    Down here, the mass testing is open whether you have symptoms or don't have symptoms, mebbee, the Japanese are only testing higher symptomatic people,.....I dunno. I referenced above thread where my county was up a few numbers and then downgraded due to errors on the testing, out of the millions of tests done within the U. S. how many are false (oh, but testing verification is so much better). You really should look at rush hour now, if you really think that "ALL" are complying, you'd be mistaken, it's a large chunk wearing but there are a surprising many that aren't. Additionally, how does one get the above figures for "wearing" masks, how does one get a percentage of a country for who is wearing what,.....that's like asking what percentage is wearing underwear. "In fact, researchers determined that social distancing behaviors actually went up after the protests -- as people tried to avoid the protests altogether. But obviously, these demonstrations caused a decrease in social distancing among actual protesters. "Our findings suggest that any direct decrease in social distancing among the subset of the population participating in the protests is more than offset by increasing social distancing behavior among others who may choose to shelter-at-home and circumvent public places while the protests are underway," the report reads." What I gather from this is that those that "avoided" the protest have not shown an increase, but wait,....time will tell if the actual protesters or rioters will actually come down with it. It is getting people killed, check the French
  24. dirtrider

    2004 R1150RT engine quits

    Afternoon thefishruler It's usually on the right hand side, usually a large red wire or the smaller green wire & the break usually happens close to the zip tie at the steering neck area. Not much on the L/H side can cause a shutdown.
  25. Sonor

    Working from home ...

    Dang, David I am sorry for your loss. I am not itching to get out, was just curious. I too lost my father-in-law and my sister-in-law lost her sense of smell and taste. The doctor's do not believe they will ever come back and she had a mild case.
  26. AndyS

    2004 R1150RT engine quits

    Why do you isolate this to the left handlebar?
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