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Re: Harley Davidson - Share your photos and information/news here
« Reply #80 on: April 17, 2014, 04:22:16 pm »
Is there a Harley Davidson forum?

Here are a few pictures from HD SA Webpage :thumleft:
 

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« Reply #81 on: April 17, 2014, 04:22:46 pm »
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« Reply #82 on: April 17, 2014, 04:23:33 pm »
 :thumleft: Lekker nawwek! (Ek moet werk  :xxbah: )
 

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« Reply #83 on: April 17, 2014, 09:24:21 pm »
One of the girls in our club has nearly finished her bike. Some whitewall tyres to come and some pin striping

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« Reply #84 on: April 17, 2014, 10:06:29 pm »
One of the girls in our club has nearly finished her bike. Some whitewall tyres to come and some pin striping




Very farking cool. I like it.
 

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« Reply #85 on: April 17, 2014, 10:11:31 pm »
If you can manage to look past the ape hangers this Loco is rather wicked on the eye.  :drif:
 

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« Reply #86 on: April 18, 2014, 08:28:56 am »
That girls bike sure looks great, please post an updated photo once done.

I like the look of a 'blackened out' (not sure if the word is correct but you will know what I mean) HD!
 

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Re: Harley Davidson - Share your photos and information/news here
« Reply #89 on: April 18, 2014, 01:21:36 pm »
My 2002 Deuce. Love this bike. Looking for a new front wheel!
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« Reply #90 on: April 18, 2014, 01:27:24 pm »
Looks nice and comfortable for a pillion! Why a new wheel?

Can someone tell me: is the spoked wheel HD's tubed or tubeless?
 

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« Reply #91 on: April 18, 2014, 01:33:02 pm »
Looks nice and comfortable for a pillion! Why a new wheel?

Can someone tell me: is the spoked wheel HD's tubed or tubeless?

Tubed
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« Reply #92 on: April 18, 2014, 01:36:49 pm »
 :thumleft: thanks, ok now I know that when my ship comes in and I can afford a HD I will rather go for a mag wheel version. Don't want to let a flat spoil a long trip! I see there are various mags to choose from, some good looking exsamples
 

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« Reply #93 on: April 18, 2014, 05:17:07 pm »
Looks nice and comfortable for a pillion! Why a new wheel?

Can someone tell me: is the spoked wheel HD's tubed or tubeless?
Wheels are tubed. Front wheel used to be chrome. I changed it to black, now I do not like it!
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Re: Harley Davidson - Share your photos and information/news here
« Reply #94 on: April 18, 2014, 07:18:56 pm »
Harley Davidson Cruisers ;D

I have never thought that there would come a day in my life where I would be a ‘converted fan’ of a cruiser and that a Harley Davidson! :3some:

However, as we all know some Wild Dogs own a broad range of bikes from commuters, cafe racers and even Cruisers.

It’s not for all a thing about age  :peepwall: . You will always hear people say; ‘I am not yet ready for a cruiser’
However, have you seen Harley’s of late? The Bobbers (883 and 1200’s)
They are just awesome cruisers and the quality is up there with the Italian market if not better in some cases  :deal: .

I was at Centurion Yamaha today and there was a 1200 Harley Davidson Bobber parked next to Yamaha’s very own ‘Bolt’ which is in direct competition.
Honestly – there is no comparison in fit and finish and overall quality. The Yamaha’s rough surfaces on the frame, triple clamps and even the ‘digital’ dash looked so inferior. The attention to detail on the Harley, it is like a piece of art....yes yes I would not mind one ok! :laughing4: :laughing4:

Who else own a Harley? Post some pictures and share some information please!




I guess this explains why Harleys are seen as very reliable, be careful for scratching on the surface and deciding based on this veneer.
 

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« Reply #95 on: April 18, 2014, 07:58:51 pm »
Harley Davidson Cruisers ;D

I have never thought that there would come a day in my life where I would be a ‘converted fan’ of a cruiser and that a Harley Davidson! :3some:

However, as we all know some Wild Dogs own a broad range of bikes from commuters, cafe racers and even Cruisers.

It’s not for all a thing about age  :peepwall: . You will always hear people say; ‘I am not yet ready for a cruiser’
However, have you seen Harley’s of late? The Bobbers (883 and 1200’s)
They are just awesome cruisers and the quality is up there with the Italian market if not better in some cases  :deal: .

I was at Centurion Yamaha today and there was a 1200 Harley Davidson Bobber parked next to Yamaha’s very own ‘Bolt’ which is in direct competition.
Honestly – there is no comparison in fit and finish and overall quality. The Yamaha’s rough surfaces on the frame, triple clamps and even the ‘digital’ dash looked so inferior. The attention to detail on the Harley, it is like a piece of art....yes yes I would not mind one ok! :laughing4: :laughing4:

Who else own a Harley? Post some pictures and share some information please!




I guess this explains why Harleys are seen as very reliable, be careful for scratching on the surface and deciding based on this veneer.

Dan the only bike more reliable than my HD is my S10.
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« Reply #96 on: April 18, 2014, 08:02:40 pm »
Harley Davidson Cruisers ;D

I have never thought that there would come a day in my life where I would be a ‘converted fan’ of a cruiser and that a Harley Davidson! :3some:

However, as we all know some Wild Dogs own a broad range of bikes from commuters, cafe racers and even Cruisers.

It’s not for all a thing about age  :peepwall: . You will always hear people say; ‘I am not yet ready for a cruiser’
However, have you seen Harley’s of late? The Bobbers (883 and 1200’s)
They are just awesome cruisers and the quality is up there with the Italian market if not better in some cases  :deal: .

I was at Centurion Yamaha today and there was a 1200 Harley Davidson Bobber parked next to Yamaha’s very own ‘Bolt’ which is in direct competition.
Honestly – there is no comparison in fit and finish and overall quality. The Yamaha’s rough surfaces on the frame, triple clamps and even the ‘digital’ dash looked so inferior. The attention to detail on the Harley, it is like a piece of art....yes yes I would not mind one ok! :laughing4: :laughing4:

Who else own a Harley? Post some pictures and share some information please!




I guess this explains why Harleys are seen as very reliable, be careful for scratching on the surface and deciding based on this veneer.

Dan the only bike more reliable than my HD is my S10.

Thanks, now I feel happier again. :)
 

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Re: Harley Davidson - Share your photos and information/news here
« Reply #97 on: April 18, 2014, 08:16:07 pm »
Harley Davidson Cruisers ;D

I have never thought that there would come a day in my life where I would be a ‘converted fan’ of a cruiser and that a Harley Davidson! :3some:

However, as we all know some Wild Dogs own a broad range of bikes from commuters, cafe racers and even Cruisers.

It’s not for all a thing about age  :peepwall: . You will always hear people say; ‘I am not yet ready for a cruiser’
However, have you seen Harley’s of late? The Bobbers (883 and 1200’s)
They are just awesome cruisers and the quality is up there with the Italian market if not better in some cases  :deal: .

I was at Centurion Yamaha today and there was a 1200 Harley Davidson Bobber parked next to Yamaha’s very own ‘Bolt’ which is in direct competition.
Honestly – there is no comparison in fit and finish and overall quality. The Yamaha’s rough surfaces on the frame, triple clamps and even the ‘digital’ dash looked so inferior. The attention to detail on the Harley, it is like a piece of art....yes yes I would not mind one ok! :laughing4: :laughing4:

Who else own a Harley? Post some pictures and share some information please!




I guess this explains why Harleys are seen as very reliable, be careful for scratching on the surface and deciding based on this veneer.

Dan the only bike more reliable than my HD is my S10.

When last has the S10 been ridden?

A paving brick is also reliable...

 :peepwall:
 

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« Reply #98 on: April 18, 2014, 08:21:06 pm »
Harley Davidson Cruisers ;D

I have never thought that there would come a day in my life where I would be a ‘converted fan’ of a cruiser and that a Harley Davidson! :3some:

However, as we all know some Wild Dogs own a broad range of bikes from commuters, cafe racers and even Cruisers.

It’s not for all a thing about age  :peepwall: . You will always hear people say; ‘I am not yet ready for a cruiser’
However, have you seen Harley’s of late? The Bobbers (883 and 1200’s)
They are just awesome cruisers and the quality is up there with the Italian market if not better in some cases  :deal: .

I was at Centurion Yamaha today and there was a 1200 Harley Davidson Bobber parked next to Yamaha’s very own ‘Bolt’ which is in direct competition.
Honestly – there is no comparison in fit and finish and overall quality. The Yamaha’s rough surfaces on the frame, triple clamps and even the ‘digital’ dash looked so inferior. The attention to detail on the Harley, it is like a piece of art....yes yes I would not mind one ok! :laughing4: :laughing4:

Who else own a Harley? Post some pictures and share some information please!




I guess this explains why Harleys are seen as very reliable, be careful for scratching on the surface and deciding based on this veneer.

Dan the only bike more reliable than my HD is my S10.

When last has the S10 been ridden?

A paving brick is also reliable...

 :peepwall:

Rode it the other day actually,runs like a dream. 30k km of trouble free biking. I know I should sell it for now but know if I do I will buy another one in the future.
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« Reply #99 on: April 18, 2014, 08:24:34 pm »
Harley Davidson Cruisers ;D

I have never thought that there would come a day in my life where I would be a ‘converted fan’ of a cruiser and that a Harley Davidson! :3some:

However, as we all know some Wild Dogs own a broad range of bikes from commuters, cafe racers and even Cruisers.

It’s not for all a thing about age  :peepwall: . You will always hear people say; ‘I am not yet ready for a cruiser’
However, have you seen Harley’s of late? The Bobbers (883 and 1200’s)
They are just awesome cruisers and the quality is up there with the Italian market if not better in some cases  :deal: .

I was at Centurion Yamaha today and there was a 1200 Harley Davidson Bobber parked next to Yamaha’s very own ‘Bolt’ which is in direct competition.
Honestly – there is no comparison in fit and finish and overall quality. The Yamaha’s rough surfaces on the frame, triple clamps and even the ‘digital’ dash looked so inferior. The attention to detail on the Harley, it is like a piece of art....yes yes I would not mind one ok! :laughing4: :laughing4:

Who else own a Harley? Post some pictures and share some information please!




I guess this explains why Harleys are seen as very reliable, be careful for scratching on the surface and deciding based on this veneer.

Dan the only bike more reliable than my HD is my S10.

When last has the S10 been ridden?

A paving brick is also reliable...

 :peepwall:

Rode it the other day actually,runs like a dream. 30k km of trouble free biking. I know I should sell it for now but know if I do I will buy another one in the future.

Just kidding  :thumleft:

If you do not have to sell it then just keep it.

Now go post more Harley photos, some of them are really  :drif: