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    Off topic: Clydes and Bikes of the different kind

    A picture says more than 1000 words, doesn't it!





    If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got.

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    one word...overrated

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    Overweight and slow, I guess that describes you too...

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    No emissions controls, no thank you. I can't stand even driving behind those foul-smelling obnoxious sounding things.

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    Wow... A lot of hate in here.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by HOLLYWOOD33 View Post
    Wow... A lot of hate in here.....

    And I was just so proud after that bike got a serious cleaning this weekend...
    If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tws21975 View Post
    No emissions controls, no thank you. I can't stand even driving behind those foul-smelling obnoxious sounding things.
    uneducated and proud of much?

    newer motorcycles, since about 2007, have required oxygen sensors and catalytic converters, most older bikes also contain air injection systems and charcoal canisters. when people eliminate these then they are no longer there, but people do the same to cars.

    any new bike will be about as clean as a car. Cars and bikes play a game of leapfrog with technology, currently cars are ahead, though untill a few years ago, no car anywhere could match the tech in a bike, most still dont.

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    I've got an 05 king... That's a nice looking bike. Funny thing is I've seen guys in the harleyforum putting down bicycles. Oh well... I like em both

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    That is a beautiful bike.
    76 shovel head here.
    Let the haters hate......can't hear them over my pipes anyway.....wouldn't care if I could.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NinjaBkr View Post
    And I was just so proud after that bike got a serious cleaning this weekend...
    Harley's were never my cup of tea, but i could always appreciate them for what they are.

    It is a pretty motorcycle!
    I bet it's fun on Sunday mornings to cruise down back roads.
    I always think of Harleys ridden on roads like this

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    Nice bike!
    I have no time for haters. If you don't have something positive to add to the pot shut your trap.
    I'd love to pick up a bike but don't have a garage and wouldn't want to leave a nice bike like that outside in the elements. Also I get enough grief from the ol lady having the two-miner in the house. Not sure she'd go for parking the hog next to it.
    I have had my eye on a Big Bear Chopper and would love to get the kit option and put it together myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jason333 View Post
    I bet it's fun on Sunday mornings to cruise down back roads.
    I always think of Harleys ridden on roads like this

    This is exactly the kind of road I like to ride here in VA. Nice picture.
    If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunyan View Post
    Nice bike!
    I have no time for haters. If you don't have something positive to add to the pot shut your trap.
    I'd love to pick up a bike but don't have a garage and wouldn't want to leave a nice bike like that outside in the elements. Also I get enough grief from the ol lady having the two-miner in the house. Not sure she'd go for parking the hog next to it.
    I have had my eye on a Big Bear Chopper and would love to get the kit option and put it together myself.
    I know what you mean. I just bought mine one day and showed up with it at home. It took her a while ...
    If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got.

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