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Nice, even tho i love my CCT i still have a soft spot for Harley's.
 

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Nice, even tho i love my CCT i still have a soft spot for Harley's.
Thanks it good for the wife and I many times we pack up and head out on a Friday and come back Sunday 1500 miles later.
 

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Smooth riding as a fine wine.


My other ride. Nearly as wheelie prone as popping the brake on a hill in 2nd gear as my Snapper rider. Needs almost zip in maintenance. 53k miles. Lost its windshield due to my clumsiness with a jack...

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You cant got wrong with a Ultra Classic or Ultra Limited. I came real close to buying the 2014 Rushmore Ultra Limited instead of my CCT.
 

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Very nice. I rode a friends up to Vegas a couple years ago with the wife. It was way more comfortable than my Kingpin 2 up, especially for the wife.
Powerless but smooth I do like it for the long haul.
 

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Powerless but smooth I do like it for the long haul.
Spent about $3,000 on mine getting it up to a whopping 84 HP and 90 ft lbs torque!!!! :ltr:pCIII, 95 big bore kit, High comp pistons, Andrews cam, upgraded cam tensioners, Rhinharts, custom dyno tune, K&N, etc...

Rode it all around the southeast for about 2 1/2 years. If it were not for the Magnetti Morelle EFI..............................
 

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Spent about $3,000 on mine getting it up to a whopping 84 HP and 90 ft lbs torque!!!! :ltr:pCIII, 95 big bore kit, High comp pistons, Andrews cam, upgraded cam tensioners, Rhinharts, custom dyno tune, K&N, etc...

Rode it all around the southeast for about 2 1/2 years. If it were not for the Magnetti Morelle EFI..............................
The M&M EFI was bad that's why so many converted back to a carb.

You must have drank A LOT of wine to buy one of those...
Garbage truck....prolly handles like one too.
Your on a Victory site man, go over to the HD site and show that turd...

Dont get all wadded up...Just kidding...didnt want to disappoint you...:D
Ain't no wadding here :D just showing my other ride hell some day I might even have a Honda in the stable......I like them all.


Cool part is I have a Mustang GT (Vegas) and a Lincoln (Ultra) to choose from.
 

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Harley-Davidson Twin Cam (1584cc / 96” 45 degree single plug v-twin with F.I.) – 66hp & 82 ft lbs of torque rear wheel.
 

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Just had another big earthquake in northern Japan. May want a Geiger counter to test your future machine for excess carcinogens.
Can you imagin the looks if you went into a dealer with a Geiger counter and started scanning the bikes.

That's one beautiful looking bike man, I really like it.
Thanks it's a sofa with classic looks.
 

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The key is not what you ride but tat you enjoy riding. I ride with all makes of bikes even the scooter rides from the camp ground. Funny thing is they seem to be having fun and that is the important part. Nice bike I have rode several. Just can't shake the feeling I'm riding a beach cruiser with the stock bars. Ride safe and often. wac
 

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Sweet HD!

I'd love to have a Road King CVO and a Softail Slim one day, but for now, the Hammer will do as my short trip/bar hopper (don't have a long distance ride yet; was thinking of a XR for that).
 

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The key is not what you ride but tat you enjoy riding. I ride with all makes of bikes even the scooter rides from the camp ground. Funny thing is they seem to be having fun and that is the important part. Nice bike I have rode several. Just can't shake the feeling I'm riding a beach cruiser with the stock bars. Ride safe and often. wac
I changed out the bars to ones that are narrower and higher I also didn't like the low wide bars.

Sweet HD!

I'd love to have a Road King CVO and a Softail Slim one day, but for now, the Hammer will do as my short trip/bar hopper (don't have a long distance ride yet; was thinking of a XR for that).
The XR would be perfect.
 

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Nice ride Vin. Definitely looks comfy for the long haul. Since I have a Tour/bagger so to speak I seldom ride my VTX 1300C any more. Pretty much my sons ride. Don't get too comfy now like me and forget about that Vic sitting next to the Ultra.
 
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