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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-05-2017, 03:54 PM Thread Starter
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Brian, just bought a 94 VN750, riding experience is limited to quads and dirt bikes
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Brian, just bought a 94 VN750, riding experience is limited to quads and dirt bikes

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Wow! After reading that I feel as if I have known you for decades. I am wondering if you would be comfortable with any answers to your future questions that were so abrupt. An introduction is meant to let people know a bit about the person introducing themself and that is exactly what we do know,.....a bit, a very tiny bit.

and always remember, "Ride until you rot!"
(One year plus with no signs of the Big "C" returning
so either I am not rotting now or I'm just plain rotten)
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Wow! After reading that I feel as if I have known you for decades. I am wondering if you would be comfortable with any answers to your future questions that were so abrupt. An introduction is meant to let people know a bit about the person introducing themself and that is exactly what we do know,.....a bit, a very tiny bit.
They're a new rider from Florida who just got a VN. They have quad and dirt bike experience, so it's not their first foray into motorsports.

Good enough for me! Welcome Tattz!

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Welcome. Lot's of information here to help you on your new bike. Check the verse's for even more. Enjoy your time here and get to know the locals.

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X2 on what Birdhunter said,good luck and welcome. Be careful,these bikes can surprise you with their power.
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post #7 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-15-2017, 04:01 PM Thread Starter
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Didn't mean to be abrupt thanks for the welcome. I do live in Florida, I'm 39. Took her out for some rides since my first post, and delved into the forums. My bike has 16k miles, kept up well. After looking in the posts have found I need to do the dampers, stator, mosfet and eliminate my junction box. Good forums, appreciate it.
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where in FL? I live up near Jacksonville and just did my dampers, mosfet, and junction box stuff last week
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Hudson, about an hour north of Clearwater
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post #10 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-15-2017, 04:58 PM
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also figured I'd mention you got yours with the luggage rack, extended sissy bar, AND factory crash bars. You got REALLY lucky, those accessories are hard to find and are coveted on these here forums

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