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Old 08-04-2006, 07:42 PM   #21
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lots of em

Originally Posted by texasyankee
If it were a 2004 or newer 883, I'd keep the bike and fix it the way I wanted. However, the motors on older 883s are not rubber mounted and vibrate at about 60 mph and get really annoying over 70. I had a 2002 883 and got rid of it after two years just to get rid of the vibration and got my Low Rider. Before doing anything to the 883, make sure you can stand that vibration.
true as well, the 04 and up sportys are different animals all together.

BTW, welcome to MotoHouston texasyankee. start another thread and post up your baby.
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