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Old 02-02-2011, 08:46 PM
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Default Re: Reducing Vibrations at High Speeds.

OMG I'm so glad I'm not the only person with parts of their anatomy going numb. . . I haven't put a lot of miles on the lil bike, but I've already had all manor of parts rattle loose like it was an old school Triumph. I've definitely got to invest in some more loc-tite! No seriously I've never thought of my old Harley as smooth before. . . Who knew?

I figured, simply because all things have been tried, that some one's built one of these kits with a version of the rubber mounts like come on the new Harleys. I was imagining utilising the bushing found on new chain saws or roller blade wheels I dunno. . .

Years ago I had an old Yamaha RD, came buzzing up to the drive after riding for a few hours, only to find my legs had gone to sleep. I leaned the bike over to put the kickstand down and "legs no move!" Mudd and bike both landed on the ground with a discordant, ker-plop! Funny how I'd blocked that memory out for so many years, LOL
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