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Discussion in 'Hacks' started by TripleDaddy, Nov 4, 2017.
"Does it run?"
Speed limits are a goal....not a restriction!
Dad, why is this speed limit sign at the corner yellow?
Well son, those are called Ural signs.
"Does somebody make a slow moving vehicle sign that fits well on the back of the sidecar?"
I bought a stick on type at our local farm supply store (Murdochs) and cut it to size. Was easy to do.
What's this "swarf" you speak of?
Although it took a pinch more effort that I anticipated, I ordered (but haven't yet affixed) a pair of the [vehicle's] speed limit stickers that are used in England. Done for the novelty value, and sized for easy application on the rear of the sidecar.
Wasamatta U Google broke?
If I could buy a reflective sticker that was 1/2 that size (8" wide x 7" tall instead of 16" wide x 14" tall), I would buy one. I just dont want to make my bike less aerodynamic by adding the big version...
And now... Back to quotes about Urals.
A bike so slow, you want an optimally sized slow moving vehicle sign.
Yeah, but which one did you order?
Regarding the vehicle speed limit stickers over here.
Thanks to the widespread use of 20mph limits in residential areas there are now three speed limits my 650 Ural can easily exceed.
The 50 one is only attainable in favourable conditions.
Order the one best suited for your rig.
Dang man, did ja even look? There are different sizes out there:
I highly doubt that a sticker on a Ooral will change its aerodynamics.
If one side comes loose it could be an airbrake........
That one isn't actually reflective...
What my wife said "don't forget about Mother's Day", I said:
"Don't worry - Uralways on my mind"
It is like a Citroen 2CV: ugly-cute, slow, noisy but... more fragile!
they said "hows that thing ride?" I said "It's like surfing the Colorado river on the shit-house door"
A Ural is like a Ford Pinto, only without the sophistication and refinement.
Yep. These use to be on my long gone Ural and are now on my Royal Enfield sidecar.