Moderator - In Memorium
Congrats on the going home! Always feels great. I have had a deoployment or two that got on my netves and went too long, but the homecomings wear always great.well, its official, i'm comin home finally, after a six month depo out here to Oki, i'm on my way back, got a few things to fix on the bike before i can start ridin though, needs a new tire and a re-registration and a fresh oil change with a good tank of gas to run though it and a fresh set of spark plugs, i still think my full suit should fit, didn't really gain any major weight. hopefully the last six months of it being in storage didn't hurt it too much, i through in some sta-bil in the tank before i left so it should be good, and the battery was disconnected but it will probably still need to be charged. hope to see a few of ya out there when i get back.
If you need help with the bike, call Glenn Castro from North County Hypersports in Oceanside. He and Curt Jordan were the only people I trusted.