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Old 09-13-2012, 10:35 AM   #41
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Maybe, but i wouldn't bother... it's been almost a year.
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Old 09-13-2012, 10:42 AM   #42
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A lot of people have talked about doing it, but I think its high time we as bikers do something about this......Somebody on these forums has the financial backing to afford to be able to set up a gps on a high end bike, leave it in a theft prone area, and lets start finding these guys. I wish i had the ability to, im still trying to recover from my bike getting jacked. However, I can help said individual set up a community Task Force to track these guys down. Im a former special operator in the military, Imay not be able to provide the bike but I can provide expertise in other, grayer areas. Its time for us as bikers to take a stand. If the law wont set up a sting, its time for the two-wheeled brotherhood to take a stand.
I think the insurance company in local areas are the ones funding these recovery and setups. atleast thats what i thought
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Old 09-13-2012, 11:02 AM   #43
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on my way home last night i seen one just like that.. detail in the PM
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Old 10-09-2012, 09:11 PM   #44
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explain, we all are interested in the details not like its privvy information...we;re not gonna go steal a stolen bike...
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Old 10-09-2012, 11:00 PM   #45
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@tex _Garza...never bragged about anything brother. I actually said less than u did in ur post. If u notice I never said what branch, unit, or location. Left it rather basic. Special operator is a broad term encompassing all of SOCOM, which breaks down into all the services. Was simply stating a fact that I wasn't just some dude off the street who couldn't do what he was claiming to do, and that i may have an idea how to take care of business. Im trying to help us, all of us on two wheels that don't steal others bikes, get peace of mind, and some justice to those of us who have lost our machines, to some of us part of our souls. If any thing I said offended you brother, well, ranger up, drive on, and take point. Take motrin, drink water, it'll be allright.


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I got to this thread a year late but it interested me so I read it all. What really bugged me was you were trying to help any way possible,and just got ragged on by a few people, I just want to say Thankyou for your service, and everyone else who has served this great U.S.of A Thankyou. Those few words seem to be forgotten way to often.
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Old 10-16-2012, 05:15 PM   #46
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on my way home last night i seen one just like that.. detail in the PM
Please, do explain, I think the OP started this thread to discuss all details about the theft...
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