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Yesterday I went down to the local insurance agent's place.
Took some pictures that the Sun ruined, and then fell over in the grass:ltr:

I learned 3 things in the duration of these events happening.
(1)Don't shoot photos into the Sun.
(2)The forged crash bars prevent damage at low speeds in the grass.
(3)Even after having multiple surgeries in the last 6 months I can pick this new 765#(dry) beast up all by myself.
 

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No pictures but many witnessesthumb up

But yes I agree. no pictures, it didn't happen:ltr:
 

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Most people don't believe that is factory paintcheers:D
 

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BTW I gave up GRASS stains many years ago:ltr:
 

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Thanks but I didn't buy a Vic to belong to a club:Dcheers
Seriously THANKS
 

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Most riders don't voluntarily become members of the TOC and most with forged bars come out with little to no damage!
 

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is that why i put them on mine?--:)
 

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8BH,

That's a seriously beautiful motorcycle. Congratulations on your excellent choice in buying it.
 

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Coming from the prairies originally and sometimes having to park on grass, in the gravel or hot soft asphalt, one thing I have carried for years is a 4" X 4" piece of checker plate. It used to be 1/4 inch steel but for the last 10 is 1/8 inch aluminum. Takes no room in the bags or a back pocket. Really cheap, easy to make and it's great at keeping the stand sinking into whatever.
 
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