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Alabama Hills292 viewsAbandoned mine in the Alabama Hills, near Mount Whitney.ranchodeweerdo
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At least the dog is impressed.93 viewsAIC_Rooster
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4 KLRs and some wind generators93 viewsGot a shot of the four bikes in front of a break in the trees that allowed a decent view of the wind power generators. This picture doesn't do them justice, they are HUGE.Wufnu
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Steering Head Bearing Races84 viewsShows the upper and lower steering head bearing outer races welded for removal. The weld cools and shrinks and the race will be easy to remove. If you have the new race in the freezer as soon as the old race is removed the steering head will still be hot and the new race can be easily installed.jeffsalineMay 17, 2015
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