So after the first ride after suspension repair, I noticed a hole in the radiator, which I ignored too long and blew the head gasket. After repairing the radiator, I also ignored a few signs – discolored water in the radiator, until I noticed water in the oil – game over. I needed a head gasket. So after a month of struggling with parts, and head removal, I finally was able to swap out the thin, Teflon-coated aluminum membrane that separates the head from the block.
David Haynes (WRBS) has been talking about the Davis Ferry since the first time I met him over a year ago. From the first time we talked about it, I expressed an interest – I always enjoy unique and interesting rides and destinations. I believe there are only 3 ferries left operating in Alabama. The […]
So the big goal for this Saturday was to ride, then finish the day at Cricket’s, which may, in my opinion be the best wings in Alabama, and perhaps the southeast. Since the eating part was taken care of, riding was the only real choice – and there looked to be a couple option. Dual sport […]