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Latest post Mon, Feb 20 2017 8:52 AM by Ironhead. 5 replies.
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  • Mon, Feb 20 2017 7:29 AM

    • raffycastro
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    Hi All!

    Not a new customer... New at this side of the house.

    Greetings from San Juan, Puerto Rico.

     

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  • Mon, Feb 20 2017 7:32 AM In reply to

    • FX
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    Re: Hi All!

    Nice to have ya hear raffy.

    FX

    Don't force it, get a bigger hammer.

  • Mon, Feb 20 2017 7:33 AM In reply to

    • Ironhead
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    Re: Hi All!

    Welcome aboard - whats ya ridin'

    The first tool out of the box should be the "book"  Geeked

  • Mon, Feb 20 2017 8:15 AM In reply to

    • raffycastro
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    Re: Hi All!

    Thanks!

  • Mon, Feb 20 2017 8:21 AM In reply to

    • raffycastro
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    Re: Hi All!

    2009 XL883C Black. Used to own 2001 CBR929RR White+Red...Many scares later I felt the need to "slow down"...

    Remember, I live on an island... :D ...no real need for a full-size cruiser.Plus nothing beats a Sporty on the curvy mountain roads.

  • Mon, Feb 20 2017 8:52 AM In reply to

    • Ironhead
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    Re: Hi All!

    Yeah, noticed that when I was in Hawaii a while back - not many roads where you could go (legally) over 30 or 35 mph. 

    The first tool out of the box should be the "book"  Geeked

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