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  • About Quadancer
    Biography
    Carpenter, git picker, powerlifter
    Location
    Acworth Georgia
    Interests
    Powerlifting, energy research
    Occupation
    Carpenter
    forename
    Road Rash
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    ~Southern Cruisers Riding Club~
    "Road Rash"
    Etowah River Chapter 268
    If the boards ain't sparkin' you're just parkin'!
    DARKSIDE RULES!!!

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  • Last Activity: 07-02-2019 12:39 PM
  • Join Date: 11-23-2009
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  1. sinister1
    03-19-2015 07:08 PM
    hay road rash , hope ya can help me out i am going dark side i got a 195/60 16 hankook all weather 498 i was going to 40 psi? i ride agressively on a 09 r king i have read many threads about this subject but have not done it yet, got tire today hope any pointers with experreance that u have will keep me rubber side down i live 5miles from the snake (421) so i ride the curves a lot but very nervous about the tire thanks very much
  2. ozarksoutlaw
    12-17-2011 11:26 AM
    I'll prolly try this soon, thanks again for the info!!
  3. ozarksoutlaw
    12-16-2011 08:22 AM
    Thanks!! Have you used the Austone before, wondering what kind of mileage ya got out of it?
  4. ozarksoutlaw
    12-14-2011 11:02 PM
    I was followin what I believe were your posts on a darkside forum awhile back and tire you were using wasn't being made anymore. Did you ever find another manufacturer? Several of the guy's I ride with have car tires on their bikes, but none are Harleys. We put one one my wifes Vulcan this summer and she loves it!
    I guess the size isn't made in the U.S.? I'd appreciate any info you could share on the subject, I ride an '05 Deluxe. I got 11,000 on this set of Metzlers and wondered if going darkside would do any better.
    Thanks for your help,
    Shawn
  5. Quadancer
    06-15-2011 07:41 AM
    I suffered shoulder injuries from weightlifting and carpentry...oh, and wrecking dirt bikes up 'till I was 47. A few years ago a powerlifter told me what to do, as the "7 minute rotator cuff solution" wasn't working, and now I know why. Lactic acid is a byproduct of muscle cell production work, and the Good Lord gave us this for healing. It heals muscle, bone, ligaments and tendons, from what I read. The Face Pull exercise requires a low row station, but could be done with stretch bands and a rope grip pull.
    You would be sitting down with feet braced in front of you; if on floor, butt should be up off the floor something like 4-12". You use the rope pull with hands pronated, that is, palms down, thumbs to the inside. You look straight at the buckle, which should be in line with the pulley or attachment point of bands, arms outstretched holding the weight, which should be very little at first. (I started with 10 lbs. and in a couple months was using 70 to get the burn)
    Your back should be and stay straight upright - no leaning in. Pull the buckle to your eyes. elbow should go out to the side, and the hard part is to keep the hands from going outward and using your external rotators, which are stronger than your internal rotator, which you want to use. Think of it as using your knuckles to brush flies off of your ears. Your humerus bone (shoulder to elbow) should have to rotate in the last half of the movement, which is what you are trying to do.
    Return the weight in the same path; the buckle should go in a straight line.
    You do only TWO sets of your 25-rep MAX, whatever it is at the time. The last 5 reps should make you grunt like a bear or squeal like a girl, or you aren't working heavy enough.
    The idea is to get that burn in the internal rotator muscles, which overlay the shoulder joint and rotate the humerus. They are small, flat, and very weak unless you do exercise like this, so you will not be able to pull very much at first. They also stabilize the joint and prevent injuries, like when you're lifting something overhead, bench pressing, or whatever.
    In this exercise, the ONLY THING THAT MOVES is the arms, and keeping the hands close to the head prevents your back from doing the pull; which is easy for the back muscles. It's SUPPOSED to be hard to do, and will be uncomfortable at the first few sessions, but you get to liking it later.
  6. Montana Cowboy
    06-14-2011 11:35 PM
    Hey thanks for the offer.....I've been suffering with this thing for better part of a year, but bit the bullet and had it looked at a few months back...Doc sent me to physical therapy and the excerises they dude gave me to do have helped a bunch. Sort of funny thiking that movin' it around would improve...but it has. I have to be careful of anything I try to do overhead...and situations that cause impact...but guess I'll live till medicare kicks in so I can get it cut on. My wife's been feeding me fish oil pills for some time. Thanks.
  7. Quadancer
    02-13-2011 07:31 AM
    sold and installed a few; not been pushing them because I've been building a camping trailer. I can pop you out a set if you let me know what model you ride. $70 including shipping. I need to get busy with that since word of mouth is selling a few more.
  8. DOMAPOI
    02-13-2011 03:26 AM
    How is the handguard business doing. Where can I order them and for how much?
  9. 08-05-2010 08:56 PM
    Hey Dancer... add me as a contact
    -"StreetBob" Steve
  10. Quadancer
    03-21-2010 09:03 PM
    I think you'll find a lot of lifters amongst the bike crowd, compared to general population. Bikers are either a beef nut or in terrible shape.

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