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post #1 of 14 Old Nov 30th, 2005, 8:08 pm Thread Starter
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how do i change from 1 cd to another in the 6 disk player i have a 2000 k1200 LT. Also, I have a 29" inseam and need to lower the seat or lengthen my legs. How can I make the seat lower?
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Press the forward "Seek" button on the left handlebar - a quick press will move you to the next selection on the same CD - press and hold it for about 2 seconds, and you'll move to the next CD.

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Raise the seat and you should find a bar that can be put into a high or low position.
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Try a pair of Chippawa boots or any brand with thick soles and heels. You'll be surprised what difference they make.

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Question Chippawa Boots

Man! I keep hearing about these "Chippawa Boots", so I did me a little Google'ing.

Are these the model you wear?




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I think those are the tripandbreakyourankleawa boots Joe. <g>

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Raise the seat and you should find a bar that can be put into a high or low position.
... and for just a bit more lowering, raise the seat, grab the adjusting bar referred to above, pull REAL HARD and physically remove it from the seat.

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If anyone cares they discontinued the Chippewa model that Joe displayed above and replaced it with this:
http://www.stompersboots.com/gtwy_mo...1.php#Chippewa

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I thought the same thing, Ken. Nice tat!!!


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If anyone cares they discontinued the Chippewa model that Joe displayed above and replaced it with this:
http://www.stompersboots.com/gtwy_mo...1.php#Chippewa
Yeah, I car(ed). Just ordered a set of Chippewa's . . . hope the 9 1/2 EE fit the fat feet. Thanks

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Since it's show us your Chippewa time---
Here's Mine---
http://www.boots99.com/order/chippewa/images/23913.jpg

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Riding boots . . . really?

Well...after having my Diadora Freedom Boots called "eurogirlyman" boots (or something like that). I hafta say . . . all these Chippewa boots are "purty", and they're probably a really good boot, AND they're made in U.S. of A. and all, but you wouldn't catch me riding a bike with them. I'm just not into fashion-wear. Then again, I don't consider chaps as "real" bike gear either. JMTCW
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So Joe, I guess I am unclear on what makes a good biking boot. If full heavy leather, waterproof, support, comfort, grippy soles, foot/ankle/lower leg protection isn't enough and this combination constitutes a "fashion" boot, then I guess we need to add eurogirlyman style to make the boot acceptable. Is this what you are suggesting??

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