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    My pomeranian used to love riding on the tank...

    My pomeranian used to love riding on the tank when she was younger, I'd flop an old car floor mat over the tank so she would have something to "grip". Sadly she outgrew that as she matured.
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    FYI "West Eagle" was the US based distributor for...

    FYI "West Eagle" was the US based distributor for Easyrider Japan prior to succumbing to the recession (the name has been revived for domestic models recently), so prepare to jump before the stock...
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    There's an easy solution to this: once you've...

    There's an easy solution to this: once you've gained some riding mastery you simply make your 250 grow up:
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    This. While your typical car peaks around...

    This.

    While your typical car peaks around 5000RPM, that 250 of yours peaks a little north of 9K.

    Many people fall into the sprocket swap theory, fully believing that their bike should behave...
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    Good luck on that part. Remember when I said...

    Good luck on that part.

    Remember when I said the Rebel was easier to work on? When your bike is cold/having sat overnight take a good long look at your exhaust system, particularly the rear pipe....
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    Believe me I've had my share of interesting...

    Believe me I've had my share of interesting arrangements in getting a slew of stuff home on the bike with nothing more than throw-over saddlebags and a sissy bar along with a fair assortment of...
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    Back in the 70's a 350 was a big bike, now it's a...

    Back in the 70's a 350 was a big bike, now it's a girlie bike...
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    Congrats on the new acquisition! ...

    Congrats on the new acquisition!

    https://www.arboristsite.com/community/styles/toronja1/emoticones/this_thread_is_worthless_without_pics.gif

    Before I got into Rebels (my progression was 600...
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    So far - eight plus an extra cab Tacoma....

    So far - eight plus an extra cab Tacoma. :thumbsup:
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    You can open the garage and see what you've spent...

    You can open the garage and see what you've spent your money on with the vehicle. Beyond that you have no visual proof of spending the Uber money and, well...the restaurant money can be seen a few...
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    If you're looking at the recently discontinued...

    If you're looking at the recently discontinued 650 V-Star take a peek at the 600 Shadows...those were discontinued in 2007 but they enjoyed a 20 year production run before that, as such they are...
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    Uber and restaurants: two things that will drain...

    Uber and restaurants: two things that will drain your wallet faster than a second bike. :mrgreen:
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    If you're going the bike-only route you'd better...

    If you're going the bike-only route you'd better have plenty of storage capacity because I have two words for you:

    "Grocery shopping". :wink:
  14. It took a bit of time to find the driver foot...

    It took a bit of time to find the driver foot pegs in that pic...the angle has the peg looking like a piece of exposed undercarriage. :lol:
  15. All those dual-sport/adventure bikes and you left...

    All those dual-sport/adventure bikes and you left the CB500X out of the picture?




    Attend a HOG event and you'll hear it from the Sportster posers. :mrgreen:
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    Clearly the solution here is to make each one...

    Clearly the solution here is to make each one different: one bagger, one chopper, & one cafe. Problem solved!
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    I have eight plus a truck stuffed in my...

    I have eight plus a truck stuffed in my garage...but I have woes when I see them as six of the bikes aren't running. :sad:
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    So does the occasional tractor lurking beyond a...

    So does the occasional tractor lurking beyond a blind curve. :wink:
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    The closest ethanol free fuel here is far enough...

    The closest ethanol free fuel here is far enough away that you'll burn a full tank just to get to it.
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    Congrats on the new bike! Don't sweat the...

    Congrats on the new bike!



    Don't sweat the oil pan, it is protected by the exhaust system that sits even lower and is considerably less durable when hitting speed bumps etc. :wink:
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    I realize the EPA standards are a lot higher...

    I realize the EPA standards are a lot higher these days but I have a tough time dubbing anything with a radiator as retro when comparing to the UJM bikes. Those uncircumcised phallic things under the...
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    Yep, it's nice when those cold fronts move in and...

    Yep, it's nice when those cold fronts move in and we dip down into the double digit temps.
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    It depends on the chain...if you have a sealed...

    It depends on the chain...if you have a sealed chain (O-ring, X-ring, etc) then you're pretty much wasting the lube by doing it more frequently than the typical 500 mile interval. The seals keep the...
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    Poll: I've been to a H.O.G. event once. There's a...

    I've been to a H.O.G. event once. There's a K-mart a few hundred yards west of the dealership where the trucks & trailers that can't fit in the massive parking lot outside the dealer will gather to...
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    Poll: Fantastic logic, because clutch plates & springs...

    Fantastic logic, because clutch plates & springs are so much easier and affordable to replace.



    Join H.O.G. and you'll meet plenty of them. :mrgreen:
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