Supertrapp's.....posted on page 307 of this thread with video sound.What exhaust is that
As a suggestion, start buying oil in the larger 5 qt bottles or if you know someone that has some... cut out part of the side and use that for a drain pan... just make sure you have the cap on... then when done unscrew the cap and pour into another bottle, preferably of the same size... , for storage or transporting to somewhere they take used oil... I think AutoZone may still take some...Changed the oil filter of my Scout this Easter morning, which turned out to be a bad idea because always takes me twice as long as it should; so I was an hour late to a family gathering at my dads house.
Had been 10 months and 10,000 miles since last time.
Dread it every time because I still haven’t come up with the perfect drain pan. Using one from Harley Davidson that’s far too shallow, had to wrap duct tape around the outer edge to prevent overspill. I was going to use gasket maker but I would need to build up a tall wall. And the thing is just too darn big (width & length) to begin with.
Sorry to say I wouldn’t do that again, that’s exactly what I did before I bought the Harley Davidson pan.suggestion, start buying oil in the larger 5 qt bottles or if you know someone that has some... cut out part of the side and use that for a drain pan
Great looking bike. Really tasteful mods. It passes my "could have been factory" sniff testI've been busy on my Sixty. I think I'm done until I upgrade eventually...
- Trimmed the front and rear fender.
- Added Rizoma run/brake/turn signals to the rear.
- Installed 10" Dean Speed low ball bars. Had to trim the windshield a bit.
- Added Progressive springs up front. What a difference, makes me happy.
- Installed fork boots after replacing front springs.
- Installed a black speedo bezel.
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