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    New guy in NYC

    Hi, I am yet another transplant in New York. During the day I am a Subaru technician, at night I am a Father to a 4yo and a husband. A while ago I literally bought someones busted ass cx500 cafe racer. Wrong size clubmans chopped rear end and a poor fitting tail and all! It is my first motorcycle and i have put around 5000 miles on it since I made it roadworthy. Your forum is funny.

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    quote:Originally posted by Chev

    Your forum is funny.
    post some pics
    I like my shocks like I like my women. Cheap and Chinese.

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    quote:Originally posted by Chev

    Your forum is funny.
    post some pics
    I like my shocks like I like my women. Cheap and Chinese.

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    you weren't kidding, that's fucking terrible.

    come to our brooklyn show on the 26th. we'll buy you a beer (it's free) and break you in nice and easy.....hehehehe.


    bring your wife and kid too.

    which dealer you at? one of my best friends was the MSPT tech at metric and also worked at northcoast. He used to have a real low SQC number too. left working on 'bu's to work fix airliners.
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    you weren't kidding, that's fucking terrible.

    come to our brooklyn show on the 26th. we'll buy you a beer (it's free) and break you in nice and easy.....hehehehe.


    bring your wife and kid too.

    which dealer you at? one of my best friends was the MSPT tech at metric and also worked at northcoast. He used to have a real low SQC number too. left working on 'bu's to work fix airliners.
    Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try Again. Fail again. Fail better.
    - Samuel Beckett
    A tool is just an opportunity with a handle
    - Kevin Kelly

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    Is it me, or does my xr100 have a beefier front end? Cheers and welcome, bcr

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    Is it me, or does my xr100 have a beefier front end? Cheers and welcome, bcr

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    Its better then most newbies that post
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