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Highway bars on the CBR

You get bored when there are 15 po pos on the dragon with ya.


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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 08-09-2007, 09:59 AM
 
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I agree , new use for frame sliders.
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I've told my buddy to do that with his sliders...they are really long.





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Oh, I thought thats what they were really for..














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You get bored when there are 15 po pos on the dragon with ya.

tho' my legs are a bit longer.. I like to kick them up there and relax on those boring flats.... plus I get some really funny looks from the HD riders when they pass by.
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Now put some helibars on there and ya got yourself a real cruiser.
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post #8 of 13 (permalink) Old 08-09-2007, 12:02 PM
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you learned that from me didntcha?!!

I do that too!! Saves my rear from monotony riding around here in Fl!

oh yeah, while I am thinking about it, Trip, I found your TWIN!!! He looks just like you, walks like you...and he's into computers and stuff like that!!
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you learned that from me didntcha?!!

I do that too!! Saves my rear from monotony riding around here in Fl!
nah I saw kbubp doing it the other day.

That reminds me, we still need to get the killboy shot of us holding hands kyle.

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You get bored when there are 15 po pos on the dragon with ya.

tho' my legs are a bit longer.. I like to kick them up there and relax on those boring flats.... plus I get some really funny looks from the HD riders when they pass by.
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nah I saw kbubp doing it the other day.

That reminds me, we still need to get the killboy shot of us holding hands kyle.

I always have the best ideas

I know man, I know. After the cops leave.
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