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Discussion in 'Hacks' started by kames, Feb 26, 2018.
First one. I feel like I belong to the group now.
Sportster wouldn't do that to you.
My next door neighbor has a sportster for sale. Hmm. After parking I found it barely hanging by one loose aluminum rivet. Gave a little tug and it popped right off. It doesn't do anything, I think I'll leave it on the floor.
A bit oddly shaped to make a useful ash tray.
But it might open a bottle of beer in a pinch.
A Ural would do that but the part would weigh 2 lbs and be rusty.
And the news is?
As the owner of two Urals,I nearly spat my coffee out when I read that.
Tomorrow's post: How do I remove the wheel to repair a flat tire?
Just leave the wheel in place & pull out the bad part of the tube if it is w/ tubed tires, & patch the leak.
Or buy another scooter.
I have done that with bicycles. Both suggestions.
No news. Just reinforcing that all is right with the world. You're welcome.
How about some photos of the rest of the rig? I think the RE rigs look quite proper.
I might want to sell my Ural and try one of the RE rigs for a bit.
Also waiting for one of these smaller rigs to magically appear in the US.
Perfect start for a "Why you should not buy a Royal Enfield" Thread.
Sometimes, the truth can make you laugh.
Cool. I've always liked smaller bikes. I've seen a Ural in person just once, never ridden one so I don't know how it would compare. I think the Enfield is good value for what it is. I have less than $8000 in the whole rig, zero miles brand new. Super stable easy to ride, just don't get any ideas about interstate travel. Everyone loves pictures!
Thanks for the photos.
I'm building mine up for a bit of "trials/enduro work"
Ahhhh, the Royal Enfield. Made me fall deeply in love in my Dnepr all over again!