Resurrection!

Mr. Wright

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I asked Airbrush Ed and he said it wasn't one of his. The guy Eric got it from didn't like it either and asked me to paint over it. I told him no, but if he found some more tins, I'd paint something for him. I'm glad he didn't, I like that paint job.
 

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There were some links eariler that I clicked on to see the pictures, but now their gone
 

Th3InfamousI

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I clicked on the link and it ask me to log in again so I did and now I can see the gallery.

That is the same U-haul trailer I used to pick up my K9. It fits with about 2 inches to spare and you have to put a 2x4 under the tail gate when loading and unloading to keep it from dragging the frame.
That's two with log on issues. I've noticed personally that when you login to the forum navigating between items if you don't have the box checked off to 'Stay Logged In' at the bottom of the box you sign in in, navigating the forum doesn't play well.



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Awesome work buddy.. :old2: Love the new plate, glad you can joke about it.
 

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Nice work Eric. I am glad to see the recovery has been successful and is complete. Ride safely young man.
I wouldn't say it's complete, still more work to do physically and still picking up the pieces. Also some serious bullshit I still have to get through for some other things pertaining to the accident.

This was just a part of my recovery. Gave my mind a place to wander and focus on something new.

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Great write up Eric.
Glad to see and hear that you are going full steam ahead. We all where pulling for you. Would have loved to see the smile on you face.
PS the pictures came though on my phone no problem they look great.
Love that tank. The plate is perfect.

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I am finally glad he let you all know as I was told not to say anything as Shannon was. I saw this bike when when Linda and I traveled down in early December when he first got it and it was nasty looking. When I was down a couple of weeks ago putting in his new air handler for his heat and a/c the bike looked awesome and I was there when he was doing the final touch up stuff and the bike sounded great.
 

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I am finally glad he let you all know as I was told not to say anything as Shannon was. I saw this bike when when Linda and I traveled down in early December when he first got it and it was nasty looking. When I was down a couple of weeks ago putting in his new air handler for his heat and a/c the bike looked awesome and I was there when he was doing the final touch up stuff and the bike sounded great.
Sounding like the true proud papa.. with good reason. :old2:
 

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I also don’t see the pictures except for the tank and license plate using Safari on my iPad. But, I can see them in the gallery.

:old2::old2::old2::cheers::cheers::cheers:
 
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I also don’t see the pictures except for the tank and license plate using Safari on my iPad. But, I can see them in the gallery.

:old2::old2::old2::cheers::cheers::cheers:
Same here I also couldn’t see them using Safari on my iPad and I also couldn’t see them using Google Chrome on my iPad but I can see them in the library using your hyperlink and have to say that bike is awesome.
 

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Ha Ha Haaaaaaa
Now imagine having to do all that almost everytime a new customer arrives in your shop. It can get a bit disheartening sometimes seeing how poorly folks test these bikes.
Good to see that you've recovered from your unfortunate incident and are on track to be all the better now for most of it.
Yea, well at least I saved this one we gotta keep these dogs on the road. Hate to see them getting parted out.

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Rottweiler

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Ok so I log on from home, to show my wife and no pictures until the gas tank one. Funny they worked on my phone.
 

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I can't change what happened, so don't know any other way.

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Doesn't help to dwell on negatives.. bet it felt real good to get seat time over the holiday weekend, looked like some great riding..
 

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Well nobody asked yet but I got pipes from sikpipes and while they are nice I paid extra for the dagger end and they scraped, I had trimmed them down before I went on the ride and still scraped. I was taking right turns very gingerly too, I thought I almost ripped off the damn exhaust on one right turn when the road was a little bumpy. The soft tail didn't help!

I cut them completely off now, and I think this should fix it. Unfortunately...

Sikpipes, I talked to them and they mostly deal with baggers and sportsters. These pipes run low!

I've ran FSD and Eddie Trotta D2 and those run higher.

I'll let everyone know after I get some miles on if I still have issues. You can get them without dagger ends but I thought it was cool, maybe not a good idea as long as that means he makes them shorter



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