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Old 11-13-2012, 05:15 AM   #4
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I know that they require more maintenance in terms of oil changes and such. From what I understand they are pretty durable though. They also seem to be REALLY easy to fix. I read a reveiw where the guy was newer to hacks and went off the road and hit a tree. He was fine and the guy that was riding with him on another bike was able to fix the ural with some wire ( something like that) and they were able to keep riding. I know the bike is slow. I am more concerned with how durable it is. Especially offroad. I've read most of the stuff on here about them. I need to go check out those other forums. I will also be using it as a commuter when I'm by myself. Really all things aside, I just want to know how much it can handle, abuse wise (mud,dirt,water,jumps), before it breaks compared to a comparable rig. The only bike I can think to compare it to would be a triumph scrambler maybe. Since no one else makes a production sidecar it's kind of hard to compare it to other rigs durability.

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