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    Default I'll probably catch some sh#t for this...

    but I dont give a damn, this little thing rips!

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    what part is a chopper?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hubbard View Post
    what part is a chopper?
    Really? Maybe you'd prefer we talk about current events? Let me turn on the tv and I'll get back to you


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    Cool..

    What is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by confab View Post
    Cool..

    What is it?
    It's neat, that's what it is. Tell us more, current events suck totally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by confab View Post
    Cool..

    What is it?
    The ill fated, destined to fail, dropped after 6 yrs street 750 abomination

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    Oh!! I forgot about that one. It's cool looking. I like the racing number plate up front.

    It really is a shame the Street didn't catch on.

    There's a gaping hole in Harley's lineup I think most Harley Riders never even notice till you talk to some shorter or lighter riders. Particularly women. But a good number of guys, too.

    The Street filled that hole along with being light and powerful enough to be practical for "adventurey" type mods like the one you posted.

    Most of those people are just pushed into the Asian bike market because they're the only ones who seem to want to accommodate them. They want something light enough to be able to pick up and handle by themselves and with a seat height low enough they can sit flat footed at a stop.

    That Street looks more off road ready than the gigantic, PanAm/cow bike they're making now.
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    PS: There's guys on FB who want a Harley so bad they're lowering them.. So they can ride them. Not for looks.

    Buying special seats to make them lower. All kinds of things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by confab View Post
    That Street looks more off road ready
    I'm fortunate enough to own a sizable amount of land and a handful of other bikes, so that's exactly what I bought it for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by markwade74 View Post
    I'm fortunate enough to own a sizable amount of land and a handful of other bikes, so that's exactly what I bought it for.
    Should have fun on it. Certainly the best "adventure" Harley mod.

    Some of the Sportsters look pretty cool dressed up like that. But the Street is perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by confab View Post
    Should have fun on it. Certainly the best "adventure" Harley mod.

    Some of the Sportsters look pretty cool dressed up like that. But the Street is perfect.
    And they'll be plenty at reasonable prices, with some discounted aftermarket parts? Sounds like a plan. It's no coincidence that the least valuable of my bikes is the most fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by markwade74 View Post
    I'm fortunate enough to own a sizable amount of land and a handful of other bikes, so that's exactly what I bought it for.
    Ive been trying to find a cheap sportster or now maybe one of these for my backyard dirt circle track.

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    I would ride the fuck out of it!

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    I've been telling people these are a great platform for a scrambler/tracker build! Good job on that one, looks tough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Down View Post
    I've been telling people these are a great platform for a scrambler/tracker build! Good job on that one, looks tough.

    Unfortunately I didn't build this one, just bought it lol. Was a battle of the kings or custom kings or whatever in the fuck they call it entry from one of the Dallas area dealers. Ran across it on the web's somewhere, went and rode it and offered half of what they were asking and they took it. While I would have zero interest in one in stock form, other than to throw a bunch of cash at it like they did this one, I couldn't pass it up. So far I love the damned little thing and don't really have plans to do anything to it. Maybe a diff tail/seat combo but maybe not

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