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Old 08-08-2007, 02:28 PM   #1
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Old 08-08-2007, 02:46 PM   #2
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Ok, now, that url is completely busted, and I can't find the darned article to fix it. I'll come back in a bit and try again.
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Ok, now, that url is completely busted, and I can't find the darned article to fix it. I'll come back in a bit and try again.
The Postbot is obviously a POS. Has nobody in the Administration noticed this?
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It's really odd because sometimes it works, and sometimes it does not. I'm sure *someone* has noticed it, but I'll go make a point about it in the mod forum.
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I finally fixed it by the way. *whew*!
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Old 08-08-2007, 10:56 PM   #6
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I like the trick saddle & mudguard - but 20k for a cruiser that is only middleweight by today's standards?

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Old 08-09-2007, 03:23 AM   #7
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Nice article. Its easy to see the Fat Bob is just a parts bin special with a Fat Boy front end on a Dyna. I'm more interested in the Rocker's DNA. Does it have a standard Softail frame? Is that a Duece tank? FX forks or something new?
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There seems to be a lot of neat design ideas in the Rocker. Pete's comment: "combining look, sound and feel with actual riding performance and a reasonable level of comfort" is pretty high praise.

I wonder if anyone in the aftermarket is busy figuring out how to exploit that Trick Seat hardware for backrests, saddlebag mounts, or heated pizza delivery boxes...or maybe HD already has that stuff in the 08 parts catalog?
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I wonder if anyone in the aftermarket is busy figuring out how to exploit that Trick Seat hardware for backrests, saddlebag mounts, or heated pizza delivery boxes...or maybe HD already has that stuff in the 08 parts catalog?
... if there's no way to attach a milk crate then what's the point?
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From the looks of it, they named it the "Trick Seat" because you're going to have to trick the girls into riding on it long enough to get them home. "Sure, it's really comfy, and it's only 45 minutes to my place."
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