robklx400

DRZ pics, lets see your Z

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im with ya! my SM tires do ok in wet weather compared to my friends S with DOT knobbies. so i don't blame you one bit!

--keith

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Somehow I betcha this is gonna be a big thread! Anyone wanna bet? :worthy:
did you see how big the last one got:eek:
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Man! Are these some awesome Z's. Keep them coming, I could look at these all day.

I noticed the SM has a different chain adjustment, what's up with that?

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