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How to get out of the tub?
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jsprs
Posted 4/27/2017 2:04 PM (#93295)
Subject: How to get out of the tub?


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My wife hasn't figured out a slick way to climb out of our TLE, wondering if anyone has helpful tips? She's not a big gal. I climbed in and had a heck of a time unholstering myself! She's shown several women how to properly mount up on the back of the bike, hoping it's a technique thing along that order.
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Sidewise
Posted 4/27/2017 11:01 PM (#93304 - in reply to #93295)
Subject: RE: How to get out of the tub?



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OldSchool_IsCool
Posted 4/28/2017 12:41 AM (#93306 - in reply to #93295)
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PJR
Posted 5/2/2017 5:18 PM (#93365 - in reply to #93306)
Subject: Re: How to get out of the tub?


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Mr. Old school,
I would be interested in your finished product. Maybe help shed some light on dark areas with you. Not an engineer, or designer, but retired semi-trailer mechanic, truck mechanic. So know a thing or 2 about a thing or 2. TIA
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OldSchool_IsCool
Posted 5/2/2017 8:43 PM (#93375 - in reply to #93295)
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Thanks PJR, it's on the back burner at the moment as my daughter is getting married in the fall. So all my efforts (and $$) are devoted to THAT project!
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