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Proud new member of the tribe...2019 Scout Bobber Icon ABS in Deep Brass Smoke (RK slip-on exhaust)
Recovery is becoming as broken as you were.
Ken, is that roadhouse restaurant with the mounted rattlesnakes in picture frames still in London?
Would you consider selling the back rest without the pad?
I am wanting to cut it apart, so not wanting to spend a lot. If yes, what would you consider selling it for?
Plus I am in California, so shipping will probably be up there. Never had anything this sizable shipped before.
Give me an evening to think on it. I’ll post by tomorrow morning.
I think I am going to hold onto the backrest and try a little longer for the asking price.
That's all right, I really don't need it. it was just for a project in my head. And I don't want to end up spending $600+ into a passenger backrest.
If you decide otherwise, let me know.
Hello. Came across your lower wind panel discussion. Do these provide more air to the engine and how do they do that? Thanks
Bottomline...they provide a big more air to both the engine and the rider. At the same time, buffeting is better controlled than without the panels and even the OEM accessory panels on the Springfield which set at a steeper angle than the Vintage (for example). Hope that helps...
Another Very Stable Genius
Well its cold in Canberra
I am trying to sell something how do I put up a picture
Check out the Klock Werks Indian Catalog! https://www.getklocked.com/indian-motorcycle-parts-catalog/
Just for you info. You will get about 100 times more exposure on advertising your seat over on IndianMotorcycles.net
I was hoping the same thing
Hello! from Hilliard, Ohio
That's Management in the red and The Executive Department in the green.
Les Ateliers Ruby is expanding and now looking for dealers in Vietnam, India, Pakistan, Canada etc.
Greater love has no one than this, than to lay down one’s life for his friends. (John 15:13)
Hello. My name is Shelly. I work for a motorcycle performance shop that specializes in Indian and Victory.
Hey Shelly, welcome. Not many folk look at the profile posts, so most probably don't know you're here but if you put up an introduction post your gonna find the community.
I read a post where you were trying to get the air out of your coolant system. I recently had to disconnect a hose and now have air in the system. Did you confirm the screw in the thermostat (top) is a bleed screw? Any advice / instructions you can provide would be helpful.