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Old 12-04-2012, 08:07 PM   #181
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He posts a lot of off the wall claims over on the battle scooter forum, but the people over there are pretty laid back and do not challenge him.
Does he go by Tacoma over there?
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Old 12-05-2012, 04:53 AM   #182
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"don't have a '95 fat boy and never did."

"I currently own a '95 Fat Boy"

Well Jerry which one is it?

Man your credibility becomes...............well at this point non-existent. Apparently you are a large sack of..................

Care to comment on the posted account of your BS Jerry? Or just go away? My preference would be that you stick around and become everyone's forum monkey. Free entertainment.
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Old 12-05-2012, 05:41 AM   #183
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Don't have a '95 Fatboy, never did. But I did ride the Boss Hoss 502. I would not care to own the Boss Hoss, it was to much of a handfull. Would love to have a '95 Fatboy (EVO powered) Who was it that said the Twin Cam was superior to the EVO? Doesn't look that way. Everything that guy said makes sense, and you can find the same information all over the internet in bits and pieces. WHY would the crank bearings develop so much play after so few miles? Again, a properly built EVO can and will last 100,000 miles with nothing but routine maintenance. And anyone who thinks chain driven cams are trouble free has obviously never owned a Kawasaki Vulcan 750.
Hey how's the Kaw running?
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Old 12-05-2012, 06:14 AM   #184
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[QUOTE=JerryH;20116943

For the record, I own and ride the following motorcycles, scooters, and mopeds. You will notice there are no Harleys, but I do have immediate plans to add a Sportster to my collection. If I can swing it, I might go for an EVO, preferably a SuperGlide.

1995 Goldwing (I have put 39,000 miles on it since buying it used)
1994 XT225
2002 Vulcan 750 (74,000+ miles, all mine)
2009 Stella 2 stroke
2008 Vino 125 (20,000+ miles, all mine)
1977 Puch MaxiSport II moped
1971 VeloSolex S3800[/QUOTE]

JerryH,
What happened to the TU250 that you claim to ride and own?

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The TU250 will climb any mountain in North America. Maybe not super fast, but it will get there. Just downshift a few times. I've been to Flagstaff on mine, even outran some 18 wheelers going uphill. Also go to Payson and Show Low quite often.

bluecollarbobbers.com makes some tail/brake/license plate lights and license plate mounts that mount down by the rear axle, and are very small. I had a setup like that on a Honda Rebel.
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Old 11-13-2013, 05:19 AM   #185
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Old 11-13-2013, 05:46 AM   #186
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VIctory is a competent but extremely boring motorcycle. And they be ugly too. Better than the early ones but still a clumsy Harley clone.
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Old 11-13-2013, 05:51 AM   #187
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VIctory is a competent but extremely boring motorcycle. And they be ugly too. Better than the early ones but still a clumsy Harley clone.
Harley is unique.

700 pages by Donny Petersen (Harley Guru in http://www.aimag.com/ )

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There is a previous "Volume I" but that ends with 2008.

http://www.aimag.com/2013/06/2013-su...w-bike-review/

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