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Crazy Cats

2002 Road King

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I sure could use a set of those bars with my tweeked wrists and those foot boards have given me an idea fer my softail, NICE!

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Well the bike is getting parked for a couple of months.  Managed to break my wrist last night so riding is out for a little while.  

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Broke your wrist? Dang! Had a blast at the sturgis dragstrip thanx to S&S, full report comin up

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On 8/7/2017 at 11:33 AM, Crazy Cats said:

Well the bike is getting parked for a couple of months.  Managed to break my wrist last night so riding is out for a little while.  

It isn't hard to learn to use a left hand throttle.

Dusty

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I was going to write something crude, but I'll leave that to one of the other degenerates :D

Bummer, but at least now you've got that much more time to plot!

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Get yourself one of those hondamatic things and put the throttle on the left.   

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It's healing and annoying the hell out of me.  The cast is supposed to come off on monday.  In the meantime I've been getting the garage ready for the next project.  It's time to start building again.  Work has gotten in the way for too long.

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