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Old 01-08-2013, 06:15 PM   #10
dbigkahunna
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Joined: May 2010
Location: Gaines County, Giant Side of Texas
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Originally Posted by Zojirushi View Post
Do not buy one unless you are a competent wrench. With that said, I've put around 7000km on mine and love it. No issues and none anticipated. Cheers.
Have a 2012 GU at almost 7000 km. The hardest thing to do so far is adjusting the valves and that is no big thing. Anything you want to do to your ride or maintenence is available on Soviet Steeds. Break it in right and then drive it like you stole it.
In Russia.
I cruse at 100kph and can push it it 120 but it no like to stay at that for too long.
If you do not like to talk to people, dont buy a Ural
If you want to go fast, do not buy a Ural.
If you are not comitted to doing the maintenance, do not buy a Ural.
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