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Discussion in 'Hacks' started by England-Kev, Nov 14, 2007.
Hope things are well w/you. Missed seeing you around.
Just got this last saturday. "Olga" drives like a tractor and sounds like a Singer but boy is she a blast to drive. Can't wait to hit the desert.
Another reason to have a hack. Making an adventure out of having to go get five gallons of off road diesel for the tractor.
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OK, where did you get your seat and what was involved in installing it?
I bought my Harley police seat off Ebay and bought the bracket from Holipaw Gene. Call him at (407) 892-1901
Bolt on install.
Threads at http://www.sovietsteeds.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=30172
Some nice chap put this up in a different forum, but don't think too many of you got a chance to see it. I told my wife the couple on it look like us in a few years.
that's a very nice ural
thanks for posting the picture here
She needs a shower,
Enough flat-twins, this thread needs more Thumpers!
Small, light weight, easy to drive and always ready to give you a lecture of "things that can fail, will fail", this thing is a pleasure to ride.
Its not made for straight roads, its made for hacking around the corners of small backroads.
I love this beast!
This thing is pure beauty. Love it.
Great bikes! They really should restart production.
Beautiful late summer morning. Perfect for a lone ride on the hack. Mt Spokane in the background.
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where's the bottom pic from?
OK, I found it in another thread. thought it might be Afghanistan. Do you get to ride at all while around Kabul?
No chance for motorbiking in Afghanistan due to the security regulations of my employer (European Union Mission). Vehicle movements outside the compounds are only allowed in armored vehicles.
Kind regards from Kabul