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  • Jim Dandy
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    OK. Here’s my proposal…….Ride to the rally. I have a two bed room at the resort and am looking to share to save expenses. Your cost would be $169. Am leaving MI on the 9th and stay in KOA’s along the way. I’ve camped many times, but because of the altitude, decided to get a room. Much warmer and I have my own bathroom. Sound interesting? Give me a call: 269 370-1452. My name is Jim. I’m friendly and don’t bite!


    Jim Dandy
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    OK. Here’s my proposal…….Ride to the rally. I have a two bed room at the resort and am looking to share to save expenses. Your cost would be $169. Am leaving MI on the 9th and stay in KOA’s along the way. I’ve camped many times, but because of the altitude, decided to get a room. Much warmer and I have my own bathroom. Sound interesting? Give me a call: 269 370-1452. My name is Jim. I’m friendly and don’t bite!

    in reply to: Waterproof XM receiver? #63015

    Jim Dandy
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    OK, here’s my two cents worth. I’ve been using an XM Roady for many years and have it mounted on a RAM on the handlebar. Back when cycle gadgets was still in business, I bought a waterproof cover with a clear plastic front window and bungy tightener on the back and I’ve been through torrential rainstorms and never had a problem. Period. Stand alone XM is the only way to go as it is totally portable. I’ve used it in all my cages and all my motorcycles. Anyone who’s used XM simply can’t live without it, especially on a bike. I’m a PBS junkie and can listen to the same discussion wherever I’m at.

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