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Old 01-24-2008, 08:39 AM   #41
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Well maybe he never exceeds 50. Go too fast and the braided armpits can get pretty nasty.

Apehangers are like struts. They are kinda fun..... once.
I have to say lots of people love them apes. I know guys that won't ride a bike without em. Some people swear by them, and some swear at them.
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Old 01-24-2008, 01:28 PM   #42
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Nothing says "I'm a bad-ass custom chopper builder (when i'm not doing root canals) than riding a bike named the 'cross bones'"

I'm just dissapointed they didn't see fit to er, fit drum brakes.

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Old 01-24-2008, 05:09 PM   #43
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I have drum brakes on mine. Do I win a prize or something? Get back to me later though, I have a root canal to do.
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Old 01-30-2008, 11:28 AM   #44
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Why are the other colors 340 $ more expensive than black? How much does that make per gallon? There must be a tremendous paint shortage in the States due to the war effort. God only knows what Dark Blue Pearl is used over there in Iraq.

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Old 01-30-2008, 12:36 PM   #45
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Why are the other colors 340 $ more expensive than black? How much does that make per gallon? There must be a tremendous paint shortage in the States due to the war effort. God only knows what Dark Blue Pearl is used over there in Iraq.

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Because they have to stop the line, pull your new choppa' off it to spray it some-other colour. Then, put it back on, restart the line...........

No-no: Wait! I know! - It's because the Union-agreement only allows Spider to shoot anything-other than black for this model, an' Spider is a Grade 33 (versus the Grade 27 black-paintin' monkeys), so it costs more to have him pick-up a sprayer...........

Who the "F" cares?!
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Old 01-30-2008, 12:38 PM   #46
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Why are the other colors 340 $ more expensive than black? How much does that make per gallon? There must be a tremendous paint shortage in the States due to the war effort. God only knows what Dark Blue Pearl is used over there in Iraq.

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Haven't you seen pictures of the mosques and minerets there? all the tile work is blue. By painting our combat vehicles a form of dazzle paint using blue and white we can catch the heathens on their way to worshhip they're pagan gods...
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Old 02-01-2008, 11:37 AM   #47
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It's a lovely bike,reminds me of the big wheel mini bikes sold by Tractor Supply. The seat screams "high mileage", the "Fat slob" front tire makes my knees quiver with anticipation, and the mini apes, oh so hot. They were fugly thirty years ago and they're fugly now. I'm sure better things can be acheived with re-cycled Campbell's soup cans.
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It's a lovely bike,reminds me of the big wheel mini bikes sold by Tractor Supply. The seat screams "high mileage", the "Fat slob" front tire makes my knees quiver with anticipation, and the mini apes, oh so hot. They were fugly thirty years ago and they're fugly now. I'm sure better things can be acheived with re-cycled Campbell's soup cans.
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