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Disconnect the plug wire and take one of the plugs out and leave it out. Then you have a single cylinder! Send me $15.95 and I'll send you the detailed directions!







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If your memory serves you well, other than last year, we had a big arse winter right up to the first day of winter and then it warmed up and rained and got rid of the snow etc for about 8 to 10 years. Keeping my fingers crossed, I hate looking at that Speedy sitting, just sitting and pleading with me to go out for a walk in the park!!:D

Friday weather report for the greater Milwaukee area:
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Dec 26

Light Rain / Freezing Rain / Wind
Light Rain / Freezing Rain / Wind

36°
32°

50%



36°F

Sat
Dec 27

Showers
Showers

43°
21°

60%



43°F

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Dec 28

Sunny
Sunny

32°
25°
 

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Also, once that one cylinder has worn out after 60, 70, 80k miles, you can then switch to the other and double the life of the bike.

Or, you can fill the unused cylinder with beverage of choice (non-alcoholic, of course) and, using a long straw, have juice on the move.

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You can sit in the garage and drink a case of beer and look at your bike, sitting there freezing- also:D
 
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