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Catalina

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    2012 TZ1 Touring

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  1. I agree - I signal rarely anymore, but will be more likely of someone is coming fast and I know someone in my group is right behind, but out of sight. I have been known to put up three fingers when there are two behind me in that situation. I never bother when there are good sightlines, or at night.
  2. True enough, but I would put them on the inside either way.
  3. I would turn the bolts around so the threads are on the inside. They wont get near as rusty, and will be easier to replace down the road if need be.
  4. Min went through a horizontal bar, so the length of the handle wasn't a big deal.
  5. I used a galvy garage door handle. It's shorter, drilled two new holes, put a nut and bolt in the old ones to plug them. Works fine, plenty strong, will never rust.
  6. As far as plugs go - no matter what engine it is - they last longer now than they ever did, but I am not a fan of leaving them for more than 60 - 70K miles. They may still work OK, but I don't have much hope of getting them out of the head after 100,000 miles. Better to do them sooner, and not break anything. Probably only going t do them once or twice over the life of the motor anyway.
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