Ooma VOIP service provides a Do Not Disturb feature to it’s Premiere Subscribers. Unfortunately, the usefulness of this service is greatly hampered by an inability to schedule when Do Not Disturb is enabled. Instead, you have to manually dial a special code to enable (*78) and disable (*79) Do Not Disturb. It gets quite tiresome
Time to remove more stuff from the frame! We’re getting close! This time we’re taking off the rear swingarm, foot rests and rear sets (which includes the rear brake assembly). Swingarm First locate and remove the first swingarm nut from the right side of the bike. See circled portion of the image below: With the
With the handlebars removed, the next step is to remove the gauge cluster. We can also start removing other bits as well as we work our way towards a bare frame. Also on the hit list are the front fender and rear forks. Gauge Cluster Lets start with the gauge cluster. It’s held in place
This one should be short and sweet. We’re removing the handlebars and controls today. The handlebars are held in place by two large bolts that pass through rubber shock absorbers. By removing two cotter pins, two nuts, and the front brake line, the handlebars should pull free. First, remove the two cotter pins and nuts as
Gone are the days of hastily writing player character and enemy names on folded index cards and balancing them precariously on top of the dungeon master screen. I now have a better way to track initiative order that’s much more environmentally friendly, only requiring part of one tree instead of countless others spent in index
My group of buddies here in town loves to play tabletop games as an excuse to get together and drink homebrew, eat pizza, and catch up with each other at the end of the week. I generally act as the “Game Master” for these games, and have always been a fan of computer generated maps. Before
After sitting in front of a computer for 8 hours a day, there’s something extremely cathartic about finishing a hands-on project in the shop. The “finishing” parts are usually few and far between with as many “in progress” projects I have on my roster. Enter the artform of pen turning. In the span of half
Homebrew Keezer Build
It’s been awhile since I’ve sat down to type up the progress on the bike. I’ve gotten so far ahead of myself that I’m scared without proper documentation I won’t be able to get this thing back together! So taking a break from the garage to write up some past work.
In this entry, I’ll be looking at removing the back-end, including the lights, rear fender, and rear tire. Last time we finished up with removing the main harness and battery box.