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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 04-12-2009, 05:13 PM Thread Starter
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The best forum, period.

Since I bought the VN1500, I've searched around for a site like ours here and everything has been a huge disappointment. I am amazed at how little technical information is available aside from one personal website by Gadget that is specific to the 1500. I didn't realize how awesome a site vn750.com is until I started looking around. I just figured there were sites like this for most of the bikes that have been around for a few years. This site truly adds value to owning a vn750. Seriously, all the members here be proud of what we have!

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Absolutely agree! The Vulcan 750 is my first bike and without this site I would still be sitting looking at it instead of riding. This site is a lifesaver and definitely adds value to ownership!

I thought the Yahoo 750 forum would be like this, I signed up but haven't been back in a long time. VN750.com is one of a kind.

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Absolutely agree! The Vulcan 750 is my first bike and without this site I would still be sitting looking at it instead of riding. This site is a lifesaver and definitely adds value to ownership!

I thought the Yahoo 750 forum would be like this, I signed up but haven't been back in a long time. VN750.com is one of a kind.
Fergy, Cliff and fellow Vulcaneers --

I LUV this site!! I've ridden most of my life but I've learned more about wrenching in the few months since I've joined this site! A big bonus is not having to endure flaming and other petty BS!

You folks ROCK!!!!!

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I been a long time genuine motorcycle nut ,since I was 16 years old and saved money for my first dirtbike,a gearhead in general,I have owned Can Am dirt bikes, Suzukis,Yamaha,Hondas and Harleys both bikes and ATV's,this is my second Kaw the first one being a1975 KX125.I have met many bikers and have been around a lot of people who called me friend that have not been as helpful as the people I have talked with on this forum,This one of the best if not the best forum I have ever joined.And I thought my Harley Riding friends from years back were staunch supporters of a single bike, they should meet the people who go out of their way to support what I like to call "the little bike that could"I have seen Vn 750's bobbed ,slammed ,chopped and made to be pretty decent looking Baggers and pretty decent running midweight hot rods. In short it is many things to many people and alot of them hang out here ! So here is an atta boy to all you people that started this board and the members who have made it so enjoyable,Denny




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Couldn't agree more im am forever indebted to this forum... Ride or die but keep the vulcan alive



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Fergy, Cliff and fellow Vulcaneers --
I LUV this site!! I've ridden most of my life but I've learned more about wrenching in the few months since I've joined this site! A big bonus is not having to endure flaming and other petty BS! You folks ROCK!!!!! --
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X3!! One of a kind, this site! It got me riding, licensed, modded and upgraded. It also kept me from rookie mistakes that could've ended the bike or me...
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Rusty Tank Cleaning!
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A special "mega-thanks!!!"...should go to Dmag and the forum moderators who started and keep this a really great place to swap ideas/info/jokes, ask questions, and learn.

We really appreciate all you do.....

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I've been on this site just about since it started. In that time it's certainly grown. The information, assistance, and parts supply has only gotten better.
And like FlaRider said, there is virtually none of the flaming, B.S., as well as noob put downs, that other sites dish out.
We are a big web family here, each supporting one an other. Problems for one have been had by many, resulting in rider friendly fixes that you don't need too much mechanical knowledge to resolve. But being able to turn a wrench is a big help.

As for the Yahoo Group, well, yeah, it's different than this site, but just as friendly and helpful.

So, to all the members here......
Vulcan 750...................up to $4000
Mods & upgrades...........up to $1500
Being a site supporter....$15
Being a member of VN750.com......
.................PRICELESS!!!


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