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  • Gas in south Texas

    Has anyone ridden from Del Rio to Big Bend National park that could share how far gas sources are apart? Thanks. God Bless, Pon.
    Posted to Harley Tech Talk (Forum) by ponpilot on Sat, Aug 21 2004
  • Re: Snakes in wheels

    Thanks sfranta and Herit. I agree sfranta that there's always that chance. I'll continue to avoid them best I can. Doesn't matter much if it's one of those 1% deals, if you're the 1%. I just wondered if anyone had actually had the trouble. God bless and have a good day. Pon
    Posted to Harley Tech Talk (Forum) by ponpilot on Wed, May 12 2004
  • Snakes in wheels

    Snakes are out down here in the swamp land. I'd appreciate anyone sharing what they know or have heard regarding whether it's truth or fiction snakes can get caught in your wheels or spokes if you run over them. Thanks a bunch. Pon
    Posted to Harley Tech Talk (Forum) by ponpilot on Mon, May 10 2004
  • Re: Pikes Peak

    I sure thank y'all for sharing with me. I used to think, hey, computerized bikes! That'll take care of all those differences in the environment. Maybe it does some, but I've found it just mostly ain't so. Bike ran terrible up on Bear Tooth, but at least it made it. Out east of Phoenix watching the balloons was another time it got mighty rough and rich running. But, as y'all mentioned, keeping up the revs and we made it everywhere we pointed it. It just wasn't as "graceful" shall I say,
    Posted to Harley Tech Talk (Forum) by ponpilot on Mon, May 3 2004
  • Pikes Peak

    Can anyone share with me whether a loaded dresser can make the trip up? We did Beartooth alright but would appreciate anyone sharing their experiences on this one. 2000 Dresser. Thanks.
    Posted to Harley Tech Talk (Forum) by ponpilot on Fri, Apr 30 2004
  • Re: Bottom Line-New Harleys at MSRP

    Thanks for all this Sidewinder. Seems some folks opt for 100% of nothing rather than 15% of something. Kind of like the dog looking in the water with the bone in his mouth and grabbing for the other one too. Ended up with none. Pretty poor business. Where a bunch of Harley dealers have had their way a lot of years, the times, the times, they may be a changin'. God Bless pon
    Posted to Harley Tech Talk (Forum) by ponpilot on Tue, Mar 9 2004
  • Re: New Harley's at MSRP?

    I've heard there's one in south Louisiana also but I'll have to check it. This MSRP situation should get a little better as time goes. I don't think they'll end up with the number of choices they used to have. God Bless. pon
    Posted to Harley Tech Talk (Forum) by ponpilot on Wed, Mar 3 2004
  • J&P. Pager for Ultra?

    Would some of the nice folks at J&P point me to a good pager that would add to my 2000 FLHTCUI that has the factory alarm installed? By the way, thanks for the manners boost. My old Uncle used to say "God don't love ugly," and ain't it the truth, on the road, sidewalk or forums. Thanks so much. God Bless. pon
    Posted to Harley Tech Talk (Forum) by ponpilot on Mon, Mar 1 2004
  • Re: "Biker Friendly" hotels

    souleman, I thank you. But God help both of us then! I'm a musician (keyboard) also! Thanks so much for the help, have a good day and God Bless. pon
    Posted to Harley Tech Talk (Forum) by ponpilot on Mon, Mar 1 2004
  • "Biker Friendly" hotels

    Has anyone had experiences they would share as to who as a chain, group or company, is and who ain't biker friendly in the hotel/motel staying? Preferences? Sure would appreciate it your input. pon God Bless.
    Posted to Harley Tech Talk (Forum) by ponpilot on Mon, Mar 1 2004
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