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post #1 of 4 Old Jun 15th, 2010, 5:53 pm Thread Starter
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I need to move my (non-running) Yamaha from Galt to Natomas, anyone have an empty space on a trailer that is headed that way before the end of the month?

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I need to move my (non-running) Yamaha from Galt to Natomas, anyone have an empty space on a trailer that is headed that way before the end of the month?
If you (we) can get it in the back of an '03 GMC, I'd be willing to assist.

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Re: Assistance needed to move bike

Sounds possible, I'll look around tonight and see if I have a ramp over where the bike is, angle will be everything as this will be a people powered load up with no help from Ms. Yamaha! I should also look to recruit some neighbors for extra power I'll get back to you tomorrow with more info. on the situation.

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Lisa

I have a Bike trailer and Truck at your disposal I will drive any time you need. except WED nights and ...no thats it WED nights.

Trailer sits low no need for help I can self load a GS

Chuck

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