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    Default You know your wife is a keeper when.........

    You know your wife is a keeper when......

    You have to fly out of town for work, but did not have time to clean your filthy bike before you left...... and 2 days later she sends you this picture saying she cleaned, polished and waxed your bike for you.

    Would not trade her for anything.

    (Good thing I left the bike on my Redline stand so she can move it around the garage by herself. Had I left it on the kickstand she would not have been able to move it away from the rest of the bikes to clean it)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bering_C_Sparky View Post
    You know your wife is a keeper when......

    You have to fly out of town for work, but did not have time to clean your filthy bike before you left...... and 2 days later she sends you this picture saying she cleaned, polished and waxed your bike for you.

    Would not trade her for anything.

    (Good thing I left the bike on my Redline stand so she can move it around the garage by herself. Had I left it on the kickstand she would not have been able to move it away from the rest of the bikes to clean it)

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    Looks spanky clean. Did she use F11?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyingCircus View Post
    Looks spanky clean. Did she use F11?
    Maguires wax and chrome polish.......and a little Never Dull on the stuff that was stuck on the chrome.

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    Yes sir! She is definitely a keeper bro.


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    I need to forward this thread to my lady....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psycho1000R View Post
    I need to forward this thread to my lady....
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    She's a keeper and did an awesome job cleaning it.

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    Holy Cow! Very impressive! That bike looks brand new! She does better work than detailers i know!
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    My girlfriend doesn't touch my bike unless she's sitting behind me. I did however once leave my bike at my parents' place for an afternoon. Thanks for the swirl-marks mom!

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    Wow Charles, you have an amazing and very caring wife. In fact, she seems much like a super-wife, in the manner that she cleaned and shined your bike from front to back. The work she put in on your bike looks better than most of us can do as bike owners ourselves. With Mother’s Day around the corner, I hope you do something very special for her, because it seems as if she deserves it.

    By the way, where did you get that bike stand/jack? Also, what do you do to keep the bike from falling off of the stand/jack? I didn’t see any straps or anything to hold it in place.

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    That is AWESOME Charles. If I was not married I would ask if she had a sister.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JUDAH-9 View Post
    Wow Charles, you have an amazing and very caring wife. In fact, she seems much like a super-wife, in the manner that she cleaned and shined your bike from front to back. The work she put in on your bike looks better than most of us can do as bike owners ourselves. With Mother’s Day around the corner, I hope you do something very special for her, because it seems as if she deserves it.

    By the way, where did you get that bike stand/jack? Also, what do you do to keep the bike from falling off of the stand/jack? I didn’t see any straps or anything to hold it in place.
    Bought it from Redline.

    https://www.redlinestands.com/catalo...yABEgJKOvD_BwE

    The bike is just sitting on the stand, nothing holding it down.

    It is very solid and you would have to try pretty hard to knock it off this stand.

    Since its omni-directional it makes it very easy to store your motorcycle off the ground and very easy to move the bike around the garage in any direction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rynosback View Post
    That is AWESOME Charles. If I was not married I would ask if she had a sister.
    LOL....she does, but her sister got married last week and is on her honeymoon in Maggie Valley right now, so you would be a little late to that game.

    I got a good one for sure, she has put up with me for 24 years now.....not sure how I got so lucky but damn glad I did.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bering_C_Sparky View Post
    Bought it from Redline.

    https://www.redlinestands.com/catalo...yABEgJKOvD_BwE

    The bike is just sitting on the stand, nothing holding it down.

    It is very solid and you would have to try pretty hard to knock it off this stand.

    Since its omni-directional it makes it very easy to store your motorcycle off the ground and very easy to move the bike around the garage in any direction.

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    Thanks Bro. I need something that’s a jack, stand, and dolly all in one. Is there one by Redline Stands you would recommend?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JUDAH-9 View Post
    Thanks Bro. I need something that’s a jack, stand, and dolly all in one. Is there one by Redline Stands you would recommend?
    Don't know of any jack that is omni-directional like this stand is that will support a large cruiser.

    You need to also have a jack to get the bike up onto the stand I have, but once its up on the stand you can move the bike in any direction or spin it 360 degrees with ease.

    You can check out Redline's stuff at this link to see what they offer.

    https://www.redlinestands.com/catalo...fts-c-290_110/

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    This is me forwarding this to my wife. I left the bucket and soap on the kitchen counter. Lets see how this turns out...

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    Quote Originally Posted by M109Dreamer View Post
    This is me forwarding this to my wife. I left the bucket and soap on the kitchen counter. Lets see how this turns out...

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    Better charge your laptop and go stash some snacks and beer in the dog house now.......just in case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bering_C_Sparky View Post
    Better charge your laptop and go stash some snacks and beer in the dog house now.......just in case.

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    Lol, I have put on so much weight since retirement I could miss a week of meals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M109Dreamer View Post
    Lol, I have put on so much weight since retirement I could miss a week of meals.

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    Hopefully you have a larger breed dog then, so you will fit in his house if need be.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xk5YhTqtAeU

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bering_C_Sparky View Post
    Hopefully you have a larger breed dog then, so you will fit in his house if need be.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xk5YhTqtAeU

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    ****, our dogs are spoiled rotten. If they ever stayed outside overnight they would freak out

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    Quote Originally Posted by M109Dreamer View Post
    This is me forwarding this to my wife. I left the bucket and soap on the kitchen counter. Lets see how this turns out...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bering_C_Sparky View Post
    Better charge your laptop and go stash some snacks and beer in the dog house now.......just in case.

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    Do you mean this doghouse?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rynosback View Post
    Lol, yep.

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    LOL......I have already been told that her 50th birthday gift better be a week in Mexico.......(VIP all inclusive)

    I have 3 years to start stashing away some $$ for that.

    Maybe I will get her a vacuum and hide the tickets inside of it.

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    That's really nice! Hey, is your wife single
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    Quote Originally Posted by RicoChet View Post
    That's really nice! Hey, is your wife single
    My ex-wife is.....and you are welcome to her.

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    WOW!

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    Quote Originally Posted by M109Dreamer View Post
    This is me forwarding this to my wife. I left the bucket and soap on the kitchen counter. Lets see how this turns out...

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    That is so funny!
    Ive been laughing all day!
    Did it end up well

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