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These pages show repairs and maintenance I have done on my 1994 Nissan Pathfinder, my wife's 1996 Subaru Legacy Outback, my 2001 Suzuki GS500 motorcycle, and my 1986 Suzuki GSX-R750 motorcycle.

I can't afford a mechanic, I dont trust anyone, and I like to take things apart. So I end up getting greasy. And that's exactly the way I like it.
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NISSAN  NISSAN Pathfinder

I love my Pathfinder. She is a really sweet car. I think she loves me too. Her name is Betty. I take care of her and she takes care of me. I took some pictures along the way. These are the pictures and the writeup of wrenching on my Pathfinder.


SUBARU  SUBARU Legacy Outback

My wife loves her Subaru Outback. They get along well together and I try to take care of them both. I admit the Suby is fun to drive, and the opposition pancake engine is pretty nice. I took some pictures along the way. These are the pictures and the writeup of wrenching on the Subaru.


GSXR  1986 GSX-R750

This 1986 Suzuki GSX-R750 motorcycle is beautiful, dangerous, exotic, a classic. I love her and she would not hesitate to kill me. But what a way to go. I am keeping her engine running smoothly and trying to restore her to her original beauty. I took some pictures along the way. These are the pictures and the writeup of wrenching on the GSXR.


SUZUKI  SUZUKI GS500

This Suzuki GS500 motorcycle is interesting, challenging, fun. I am learning a lot, and I still have a lot to learn. I do not know which I like better, riding it, or wrenching it. I took some pictures along the way. These are the pictures and the writeup of wrenching on the GS500.


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