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I don't know, I just love the look of the back end on this one! Saxy! Looks like the owner has a nice lil stang in the garage too.

 

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i think those hard bags look great to. wish i could affords some. i saw a stratoliner at sturgis this year that was so pretty i couldnt stop looking at it. it had these huge low slung hard bags, sweet paint job - the works. even the harley guys were gauking at it untill they figured out it was a yamaha. then they quickly turned there backs and put there nose in the air like they screwed up for looking at a yamaha. funny how pig headed (or is that hog headed) the die hard harley guys can be. even when confronted with a better machine they will still plug harley. fools.
 

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Unfortunately Most bikers always want to find fault with bikes other than their own. Not only the Harley folks either. Some of my Goldwing friends get hard to listen to sometimes. Ask most any biker about another bike other than their own and they will have something negative to say. "He must have to keep revving it up to keep it running.", "Rice Burner." "Oil leaks.", or "You might as well take the car." None of these are true. I declined to let a buddy ride my bike because, I figured he would then talk about my bike the way he did his cousins Harley.

I figure they bought what they wanted or could afford. That's fine with me. There is something good about all of them.
 

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Unfortunately Most bikers always want to find fault with bikes other than their own. Not only the Harley folks either. Some of my Goldwing friends get hard to listen to sometimes. Ask most any biker about another bike other than their own and they will have something negative to say. "He must have to keep revving it up to keep it running.", "Rice Burner." "Oil leaks.", or "You might as well take the car." None of these are true. I declined to let a buddy ride my bike because, I figured he would then talk about my bike the way he did his cousins Harley.

I figure they bought what they wanted or could afford. That's fine with me. There is something good about all of them.
Dave, my friend, truer words never spoken! Thank you, your post on this subject is a classic that should be read by all who ride, and then think on your point. We are ALL brothers of the road.
 

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Go Dave Go
Go Dave Go
 
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