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Decisions, decisions......

Discussion in 'General' started by shooboy, Apr 18, 2017.

  1. Bmarchant

    Bmarchant Active Member

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    After my dog finally pissed out the EHC I realized I needed two bikes. It's now all rewired and running great now, but having that second bike means no longer missing great riding days in NH if one goes down.
     
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  2. shooboy

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    That's exactly why I bought the Ironhorse. Didn't want to lose several weeks or more of riding if something went down on my '03 Chopper
     
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  3. Micke

    Micke Member

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    I have the same problem!
    Should I take the Mastiff or the Ridgeback. :chopper:

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  4. Lorenzo

    Lorenzo Active Member

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    Same here. It's nice having a Tri Glide in case i want to do work on my K9.
     
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