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Thread: I know it's the dead of winter

  1. #41
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    Hey they added the outdoor patio and palm tree..tres chic...

  2. #42
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    Go Fish! Great to see you rode today! I hope to do a short ride tomorrow, bike permitting(and Wife).
    At 50 mpg, who says going green can't be fun!!


  3. #43
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishman View Post
    Hey they added the outdoor patio and palm tree..tres chic...
    The phrase "prom dress on a sow" comes to mind...LoL Actually, the outdoor patio IS the nicest part of that bar...even in the dead of winter. Haha!
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  4. #44
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    i rode on saturday - was a bit cool but still great to get out..
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  5. #45
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    Tele: Don't tell anyone
    but I have not ridden in over a week! Hey, I am finally getting around to my three year old mods.
    Reassembled the frontend today, new steeringhead bearings,changed out the fork oil, pieced together the new black S.S. brakelines, painted sliders and got same color on the fender. Definitely a different look. Got home and found my Superbrace had arrived just in time to be mounted in the morning, and can zip tie the gaiters in place. The V-Rod fender has been modified,( a big thanks to "Mick the Prick"), and will be mounted, then we can merge the Sportster wiring into the V-rod tailpiece. Both seat bases have been modified and a rear fender bib has to be completed. No pressure here as Daytona is still a couple of days away!!!
    Old age and treachery ALWAYS overcome youth and skill! Growing old is mandatory- growing up is OPTIONAL! I.B.A. #26543.

  6. #46
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    Dude, you slay me! Silly question, but I assume you're riding to Daytona?


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