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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 09-06-2013, 11:08 PM Thread Starter
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Looks awesome! Great job
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Bitchin' bro! The guy is right though; you keep that up and someone will get pissed. I remember a time when I didn't give a chit about such things but too many decades of being on this marble changes things. But hey! Enjoy it now 'cause tomorrow is guaranteed to no man...

Good thing Vic's are built so bullet proof. Do that to one other American big twin I can think of and a piston just might go right through the tank. Heeeheee....

Just kiddin'. I have Harley oil flowing through my veins from so many years of bustin' knuckles wrenching on 'em. I guess that gives me the privilege of poking a little fun at them now, eh!
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Bitchin' bro! The guy is right though; you keep that up and someone will get pissed. I remember a time when I didn't give a chit about such things but too many decades of being on this marble changes things. But hey! Enjoy it now 'cause tomorrow is guaranteed to no man...

Good thing Vic's are built so bullet proof. Do that to one other American big twin I can think of and a piston just might go right through the tank. Heeeheee....

Just kiddin'. I have Harley oil flowing through my veins from so many years of bustin' knuckles wrenching on 'em. I guess that gives me the privilege of poking a little fun at them now, eh!
I like the advice my friend...I never do that, it was a special occasion (GPIII's on)
Love the Harley jab hahaha
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Man that'd be awesome!

But I'd probably get shot by one of my neighbors rollin in at 2-3 in the mornin, lol.

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More mods...
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G- awsome looking bike man.

I didnt see your YouTube before- those flames coming out of your exhaust- sweet man

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loving that new tyre
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