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Old 04-02-2012, 07:08 PM
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got mine off of fleabay, back when it was a good deal...


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Dang man, EPIC road trip.

Shweeeeeeet.

My completely motorcycle worthless opinion is 62's option seems cool.

Then again there's a guy who I see at work often with what can best be described as a "rat rod softail" and he has two 20mm ammo cans on it for saddle bags.
Fugly, but fits the bike's vibe.
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Old 04-04-2012, 01:36 PM
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Dang man, EPIC road trip.

Shweeeeeeet.

My completely motorcycle worthless opinion is 62's option seems cool.

Then again there's a guy who I see at work often with what can best be described as a "rat rod softail" and he has two 20mm ammo cans on it for saddle bags.
Fugly, but fits the bike's vibe.

Couple of guys here locally use ammo boxes...they've been to the sandbox...
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Old 04-04-2012, 09:43 PM
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The police bags I lost out on, but am getting to like the Hardstreet bags a little more...they fit the bike better than the square/angled HD ones, add a touch of custom to it:
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I went with the LeatherPro's on mine. Fully detachable in about 2 seconds each. They can be locked on the bike and have locking lids as well
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I really want to incorporate the paintjob into the bags though....And I think they are easier to keep clean....just don't let it fall over though.
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Haven't had any luck bidding on the HD bags, and none in town to choose from the local shops, and the local HD dealer can kiss my ass, so I think I will get the Hardstreet bags and work them into the plan, I like the way they tuck into the bike closer too.





I Ran across these old pics of my sporty today....kinda miss it, but mostly I don't, as long as I got the FB!

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Ha! 50 miles on that Sporty & you'll remember why you don't have it anymore!
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yeah, it was about a 100 mi. bike....that is when it ran out of gas, and I was ready to get off it. I really don't know if my back could take it anymore? It was a fun little fast focker though....020 over cyl and some head work, spec cams, and 1.75x40 drag pipes....fun times.
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Old 04-11-2012, 07:34 PM
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buddy of mine has a 69 sporty...I did some work on it, liked to kill myself test driving it. The rear brake & shifter were reversed!


another buddy had an old hardtail panhead...I drove it around the block, that was enough for me, and I was only 30 then...


I'm thinking if I get another bike, it'll be a Gold Wing
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