Millennial Dads Have Terrible DIY Skills; Half Don't Own A Stepladder Or Cordless Drill
I've been busy lately and not publishing much. I've been tinkering with the bikes, tearing them down, putting on aftermarket parts, which requires that I run scary specialized tools like socket wrenches, torque wrenches, impact drivers, oils, lubricants, Locktite and other scary stuff which California believes will give me cancer. Dude, I am not dead yet, and Loctite is not going to be what does me in.
So, I've done one handlebar swap with all of the necessary cable, wiring changes to make it work, and another is in the mail so I will be doing that soon. I slapped on a center stand which was fun until I stripped a nut, it's always something. I've got new pegs, a shift lever, bar risers, a seat attachment modification, and Double Take mirrors coming or ready for install on the TW 200.
No, I am not rebuilding engines but what they hey, I'd give it a whirl if I needed to.
What is the world is behind the male Millennials retreat from being men?