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Thread: 2007 Harley Road King for sale

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    Default 2007 Harley Road King for sale

    Well, after a lot of thinking and way too little riding, I've decided to sell the bike.

    Less than 12,000 miles, ignition lockout in FOB. Plenty of extras. QD backrest, cordura backrest/pack, Screamin' Eagle exhaust, HD toolkit, flat tire kit, pump for airshocks, a couple of helmets, Tires and brakes excellent. Jack knife folding highway pegs, Frenched light rings on all lights, new floorboards, grips, mirrors, saddle bag protectors and top rails, brake and shift pedals, wind deflectors, other stuff I can't remember. Still have all the original parts too.

    $12,500.00

    email telecast AT sbcglobal DOT net.

    NO joyrides. CASH only. No money orders, No cashier's checks, No certified checks, No personal checks.















    Some of the stuff that goes with it




    Here's the one thing that needs to be fixed. Looks like the gasket is shot.

    Last edited by telecast; 09-02-2013 at 02:54 PM.


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    You should do more and updated pics....

    Otherwise it's just sad that you are having to do this...
    ^^My $0.02 not yours^^
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gas Man View Post
    You should do more and updated pics....

    Otherwise it's just sad that you are having to do this...
    Yeah, that's what said in my first post. I'll take some new ones today or tomorrow.

    I haven't ridden that bike 200 miles in 2 years, it's just setting there. It kind of sucks, but I've been so busy it doesn't bother me as much as you'd think. If I could ride to work it'd be different, but I can't.


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    I always hate to see a rider sell his steed. Its like a cowboy without his horse. Those things aren't just machines, they have their own personalities and quirks that you have come to know and love(or hate whatever the case may be).
    Perhaps, as time goes on you will find more time to get back in the saddle.
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    Tim, maybe you just ned to put "pistol grips" on the handlebars. Well maybe one last "Fall Color" ride?
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    Nice lookin ride hate to see it leave!

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    Pics posted


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    I would fix the resv yourself so nobody can nit pick you.
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