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Old 03-23-2009, 09:10 PM   #1
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Fuel is helpful

Had spark, motor was turning over fine, everything should have been adding up to a loud noise and forward movement, but it just wouldn't go. Then I realized I had drained all the gas for the generator during the hurricane, and I'd been riding the Harley exclusively, so no go juice in the Buell. She lives again

Here's proof I actually ride and don't just hang out in the gun section...

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And it appears you have the typical Harley rider frame slider on the low right side there...

J/K very nice scoot!
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Old 03-23-2009, 11:39 PM   #3
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And it appears you have the typical Harley rider frame slider on the low right side there...

J/K very nice scoot!
Hehe, they won't let me into the Harley dealership anymore. They say the helmet confuses the locals

Wonder if I could put lights and cop paint and all that on there...
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