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Discussion in 'Hacks' started by bokad, May 28, 2012.
Popular spot for Urals!! :)
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Welcome! WHere are ya at on Oregon?
Where could one find those and how much $$$?
They are listed on UralNE's website. $359 I think.
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The MSRP for the kit is $199
Thanks, Windmill. I didn't know they were doing that.
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I have read many of the replies to this post, which was one of the first things I read when I was researching Urals. If I stopped at that post instead of continuing on in my research, I would never have bought my 2008 Ural Patrol. I would then have missed out of one of the best motorcycles I have ever owned. I do not know of any motorcycle out there which brings more delight to everyday people than a Ural. As far as reliability? Time will tell, but so far over the last 6 months and thousands of miles rode, no issues. All I can say is, do not let this thread prevent you from buying a Ural. Do your own exhaustive research, make up you own mind. And, if you do come over to the dark side, you will have more fun than a barrel if monkeys.
I knew I should have checked there!
It is probably $899 at the Canadian dealers.....
Thanks WIndmill! How are they turned on and off?
Bought a new 2007 Patrol with a 2 year warranty. Used the warranty to the tune of 0 times. The only problem in the first 2 years was the turn signal flasher. Went to the auto parts store, plunked down less than $5.00, came home, turned handlebar to left, pull old flasher out, plug new flasher in, drove away.
In 2009 took a little ride around the USA. 30 states, 13 National Parks, 14,000+ miles with only a couple minor problems. "Google: Poor Man Uraling the USA"
Yes, the Ural does have it's limitations which the prospective customer must realize before buying. One needs to make the decision if they will be happy living within those limits. If the answer is yes, they will probably live memories to last a lifetime, as I have. Thank You Ural for my memories.....
Gary - In a Little Town in Northern NY
However you want, its a basic kit, not plug and play.
It comes with what you need to wire it to the switch on the tub fuse panel, I added an SPST relay from Radio Shack so it goes on and off with the lights also.
You won't frighten me with "neat places" bull sh**t .... I'm still gonna do it ... Nice rig btw ..... john
Now , if I could find a large breasted redhead spinner to go along .... that would be perfect ! !
Hi Pete .... Thats why I chose forest fog , I hear the max recommended top cruising speed is 66 mph rather than 65 ....john
Thanks , it's good to be here ..... here being N. Albany ...john
Raceway Services in Salem ,Oregon sells a real nice light bar that clamps to the bumper and accepts a wide variety of lights ( no drilling required )
Raceway makes the majority of after market accessories for Urals . check them out.
I am not going to buy the FF is the fastest color. However when I park my truck beside my FF Ural I pick up a radio station in Albuquerque.
Yes, but before you jump at Raceway, research others. Raceway makes some good stuff, I like their exhaust, but unless you are in their face in Oregon, they SUCK at customer support through Email.
Not entirely true, I'm located in Namibia, Southern Africa and recently received an order I placed with Raceway, however the FMF muffler I had ordered was not included. One email to Raceway and within 2 days (allowing for a 7 hour time difference) my missing muffler was dispatched and I had received two mails to address the issue. Can't fault that. They messed up then made good.
It's not the rig that is amplifying your radio signal . I'm willing to bet that you left your foil hat in the tub again . It is well documented that said headgear not only reflects mind control alien radio waves , but , amplifies New Mexico radio stations as well.