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Hmmmmm. I guess the type of links may have something to do with it.
Or the fact that our asshole Chinese spamtard is back.
is sum good-lookin' links.
Where have you been? Where are you? Where are you going?
Rubber; handle bars; other stuff.
I just passed the 150k mark, so I figure it's time to do something to it, since I refuse to buy a new one with all of the electronics that will automatically go bad when I pass through Buttwad, North America.
When I was up in the Pacific Northwest this summer, I met plenty of Canadians on new bikes. They seemed to like them. I met this one couple where the guy was riding a new Electraglide Classic and his wife was riding an 883 Sportster with similar paint. They were with another couple, also on a Harley. Every year, the four of them travel to Las Vegas and back, and they claim never to have gotten there and back along the same roads twice.
Nice to meet some people with as shitty a sense of direction as I have, 'eh?
I love the electronics in my '06 Fat Boy. It's the smoothest running bike I've ever had. The newer ones are much nicer, too. I think having a GPS and a radio/CD/MP3 player built in would be nice, not to mention an electronic cruise control and anti-lock breaks. The newer bikes also have about ten more cubic inches than what you're running and the transmission has an extra gear. Some of the special edition bikes have a 110 cu. in. engine.
Time to trade in your bike, you tightwad.
Yeah, I can completely understand not wanting to part with your old iron. So just keep it and buy a new one outright.
I added a gps.
I'm happy with the tape deck and the six weather channels. Oh, there's AM and FM too in the event I might want to do a little campground serenading.
Uhh, what's a campground?
The whole "approval" thing is a sham. I've never seen one of mine posted later. It's up to the fickled filter whether it lets it through are not.
I get by on dead reckoning
Now I like to know where I am.
There you are
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