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Old 10-11-2011, 10:46 AM   #101
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What is wrong with violence? Sometimes it must be used. Violence is not inherently wrong and only the ignorant think it doesn't solve anything.
If all someone does is talk , and the first thing you do is respond with physical harm, you've failed as a human being. While it might not be "wrong" if its your first, and only, method of response you have just proved yourself ignorant.
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If all someone does is talk , and the first thing you do is respond with physical harm, you've failed as a human being. While it might not be "wrong" if its your first, and only, method of response you have just proved yourself ignorant.
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Tis true. I rode my buddies Road King. Lost a filling at a light. I've never felt something so clunky that people willing pay 30K for...
Must have been an old Road King. The newer ones don't vibrate at all. Just a little bit at idle in the bars that you can eliminate by swapping out some bushings...
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If all someone does is talk , and the first thing you do is respond with physical harm, you've failed as a human being. While it might not be "wrong" if its your first, and only, method of response you have just proved yourself ignorant.
On that I will agree - but there's "talking " and "fightin' words" - there is a difference.

Walk up to me out of the blue and tell me my bike is ugly, i wont give a . Walk up to me out of the blue and tell me that my wife looks like some you last night, well - you're going to be making a trip to the dentist for reconstructive surgery. See the difference?
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Yer ole' laddy been running her mouth again?

It was just an odd viewing angle. That's all.
Nah dude - i heard from your old lady, and she was saying she had a pretty good viewing angle...


At least i think that's what she said - her mouth was full at the time...
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Ding, you win the +1 of the day.

Violence is part of life. There is bad force, that frequently must be countered with good force. Someone coming up to pick a fight out of the clear blue is bad force. Someone finishing that punk off so he learns some manners and doesn't do that in the future is good force.

I wear a sidearm every day. If I have to use it, it will be good force, correctional, and very necessary.
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Must have been an old Road King. The newer ones don't vibrate at all. Just a little bit at idle in the bars that you can eliminate by swapping out some bushings...
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I know the road kings are rubber mounted and isolated.


I'm fixing to call you a liar.
Dude - come ride mine anytime - seriously. There's a little bit of vibration at idle that you can only feel/see in the bars, but that's intentional. Change the handlebar bushings and it goes away. At anything over idle speed, it is smooth as silk. No joke.
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That sounds about right. 88ci twincam, prolly carbed, and the older frame.

The 09 and up touring chassis is a completely different animal.

Now if you wanna feel some vibration, go ride LCLF's bike. The softails are a gas powered vibrator...
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Dude - come ride mine anytime - seriously. There's a little bit of vibration at idle that you can only feel/see in the bars, but that's intentional. Change the handlebar bushings and it goes away. At anything over idle speed, it is smooth as silk. No joke.
Well yeah. As soon as you're moving it's smooth. Sitting in traffic sucks Cheesemans hairy donkey sack.
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That sounds about right. 88ci twincam, prolly carbed, and the older frame.

The 09 and up touring chassis is a completely different animal.
I know it's the 88ci Fuel Injected bike. Road King Classic.
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Ding, you win the +1 of the day.

Violence is part of life. There is bad force, that frequently must be countered with good force. Someone coming up to pick a fight out of the clear blue is bad force. Someone finishing that punk off so he learns some manners and doesn't do that in the future is good force.

I wear a sidearm every day. If I have to use it, it will be good force, correctional, and very necessary.
Exactly! I do wish people would get over that whole "Violence never solved anything" belief. It is utterly inaccurate and provably so. Violence has solved more conflicts than anything else in human history. Yes, it would be nice if humanity would change to a degree that everything could be resolved in conversation, but I just don't see that happening ...ever.
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Well yeah. As soon as you're moving it's smooth. Sitting in traffic sucks Cheesemans hairy donkey sack.
No - really. Even sitting at idle, you don't feel a thing. That little bit you see in the bars is there on purpose because too many of the pirates think it has to vibrate to be an HD. Once they changed the frame, all that vibration went away.
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On that I will agree - but there's "talking " and "fightin' words" - there is a difference.

Walk up to me out of the blue and tell me my bike is ugly, i wont give a . Walk up to me out of the blue and tell me that my wife looks like some you last night, well - you're going to be making a trip to the dentist for reconstructive surgery. See the difference?
Nope. And maybe that's because I posess the ability to throw as much back. I don't know. The whole concept of taking umbrage at remarks made to a lady, and coming to her defense as a white knight is as outdated as chivalry itself. People don't duel gentlemanly anymore, and suckerpunching someone is NOT a similar act.
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I know it's the 88ci Fuel Injected bike. Road King Classic.
Ok - so its an FLHRC/I - still the old frame though.
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Hmm.. Cuz his bike. Sitting a light. The thing is one vibrating sumbtich. Makes my fat tingle.
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Ok - so its an FLHRC/I - still the old frame though.
I don't know what that means.
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