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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-06-2019, 10:33 AM Thread Starter
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Thanks to a fat jolly man named Santa I have something to do while snow is piled up outside. First is a brand new Zachary ness snake print seat. I know it's not for everyone but I love the look of it.
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-06-2019, 10:45 AM
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The Southwest did get hit pretty good with rain and snow. You must be at a high elevation to get this much snow. Where? North of Albuquerque?

I have the leather flame seat on my KP. If fits my fat butt pretty good too but it does have more back support with a slot for a backrest. Something I need on longer rides.
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Yep. Los alamos. Most snow I have ever seen. A guy bought his 2005 victory and immediately put on a mustang seat and packaged this one up. Fast forward 13 years and I get a brand new seat. Lol. Where are you located

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Kingman, AZ. A few years ago we got 4"; the most anyone had seen in 34 years.

This storm brought slow moving heavy rain clouds but we only got a mild rain overnight. I guess it was saving it for the higher elevations. I bet Flagstaff and parts of Utah got slammed.
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Now*on with the lowering links. I always thought that the rear of the bike never matched the*stance of the front so I wanted to fix that.
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So I picked up a pair of 1.5" lowering links. The job is surprisingly easy and cheap.
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Now I think the bikes stance looks much more even and in my*opinion very slick.
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