Well, I don't get that radical, but I do use the format for my cars and implements as well.Nice spreadsheet Randy. A friend of mine with an offbeat sense of humor used to keep spreadsheets on how many haircuts he got in a year, amount of poop each dog produced, and other silly things.
I do like EEPETE does and scan my stuff into a PDF file.
:good2::good2: Excellent, thanks for sharing. It is nice to see a different twist on this. I too started mine from car maintenence logs. Not only is Excel good for modification but sorting as well. Thanks again, greatly appreciated.I get accused of being somewhat OCD but, I am learning not to rely on memory for when I did what and why. So I adapted this one from a car maint log. The headings, etc can be made into anything that fits your application. Just need a little (very little) Excel know-how. Keep it in my shop, pencil in new stuff, then transfer it to computer when I have time to neaten it up a bit. Hope this attaches OK.
Based off of Randy's log I started creating for mine, stripped my VIN numbers out for you though.Wow! Anyone have one of these for a 1025r?