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Old 03-02-2007, 08:48 AM   #41
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warrior is pretty cool. i like the vtx also. but will stick with my v-max and will get a new one when the update is finnaly out

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Old 03-02-2007, 11:28 AM   #42
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heres what iam going to go look at suzuki m109 VTX 1800 HD sportster HD Low Rider Yamaha Roadliner Yamaha warrior Triumph Rocket III Victory Hammer thanks for all your input
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heres what iam going to go look at suzuki m109 VTX 1800 HD sportster HD Low Rider Yamaha Roadliner Yamaha warrior Triumph Rocket III Victory Hammer thanks for all your input
the sporster is not in that category, if your looking at cruisers, look at the HD dyna models and bigger.
the sporty is called a sporty for a reason. You can bag em out and such, but why when they make a bigger bike for that. the sportster real world isn't that much smaller anymore, the new ones are wider and longer, but they are a different chassis and neck angle etc, not to fit in the "cruiser" catagory so to speak.
and be sure to let us know what your thoughts are about each bike you look at. good data to have
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