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Nice bike, I'm sure you'll both have a blast on it.
And the neck didn't even break off the frame on the ride home. That's a win. Of course I'm being a bit facetious mostly because I'm jealous and I know they said that they have fixed that issue. Nice get and I'm curious to here hey comparison with the dr650
Saturday I Picked up two new (to us) 250 gallon fuel tanks for the farm. Found them on ebay for $450 a piece, which is not terrible considering they're full stainless. I just had to drill a hole, then tig a bung on that would accept the fuel pump.
Then Sunday I finally found the Jeep I was looking for! 2016 (or newer) with four doors and a 6 speed manual. As soon as I got it home I immediately took it up to the top of our land to test 4wd capabilities of course.
nice score on the tanks i need some too lol.
Beautiful valley there as well where is it? (you're in murf yeah?)
Good to know. A place in Columbus, about an hour from me is now a dealer. I may have to test ride one. What was the otd price?Can't say I wasn't nervous about it lol.
It's really no comparison to the DR. Different in every way.
Just enough power to ride with zero excess. I can't wheelie it no matter how hard I try lol.
The power is odd, it feels pretty much exactly the same with one rider or two up. I've never ridden a bike that didn't feel slower with a passenger. It handles two up well. (granted we're under 200 combined lol)
Handling is slow and controlled, overall it's just a really really easy bike to ride.
Reminds me of a CB450 a bit.
Good to know. A place in Columbus, about an hour from me is now a dealer. I may have to test ride one. What was the otd price?
Not boring hitting the trails... those things are like a KLR... they'll do anything given ample time to do it in. The Himalayas have a really good fan base. I'd not want to run around 2 up all the time on it but fire roads and light adv riding they'd be great.
Haha.. thats hilarious man. good pickup!