I bought some from him last year but I got the feeling he was really just doing me a favor. He had several drums there but most were empty so I'm planning on bringing a few more gallons with me this year.
I don't know about requirements Oklahoma, but in Texas selling gas without a license to the public can present you with some very stiff penalties. Just ask the guy who owns Mosier Valley here ion DFW about it.
Here's a suggestion that might help protect Brownie from any legal issues. Why not purchase some ahead of time and have it delivered? Either have a few people go in on a large drum or maybe Brownie could give us the local reps name and each person could place an order to be delivered?
Just got off the phone with trans sport. Nice guys. They are ordering my 140/80 18 tire for me, and have assured me that they will have plenty of race gas there all week long!
Is it the 29th yet? :yeehaw:
He said B32, but he also mentioned something about it being under a different label because of a merger or something. I was on my cell, and the connection was squirrelly. At least that's what I think I heard
Dave, I really feel bad about selling the KDX to someone else, I would have rather you had it, but I needed to seel it to buy Lou's bike. The XR6 is still for sale though, and I think you'd like it better anyway. You oughta think about that, too. Great play bike. We may buy all your race gas from you though, if its a real reasonable price.
I am sure you wont beat the price anywhere:)
I understand about the bike you did right:thumb: The XR is a thought but I guess as time goes on and my memory fades I'll be back out on the track (followed shortly by a visit to the ER) before I know it. Also got to sell the CR first
All I want to know is.............If my neighbor puts race gas and a pro curcuit silencer on his 1990 Blaster............would it beat my cousins 94 CR 80 in a drag race. Also what is the best 2 stroke oil to use :laugh: