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09-04-2008 01:03 PM
hgree Sorry for the slow reply but I have been out of town for a week with no computer access.

The trucking company's insurance replaced the bike with a good clean title.

The Wal-Mart here in Altus had a designated area because three of the main store managers ride but has since been removed due to the accident.

And because of travel I didn't get pics, I spent time putting new bike together.
08-31-2008 08:10 PM
hctublerub
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Originally Posted by EasyRector View Post
It's a miracle.

Certainly was a ressurection, of sorts. Did he give you a new stator to go with it?
08-31-2008 07:05 PM
izy I'm still on the "designated Bike parking area". Where's that? The fire lane? I do need to have my eyes checked soon. :-)

BTW, Nice resolve!
08-29-2008 01:56 AM
EasyRector It's a miracle.
08-29-2008 01:25 AM
firebird0_10 i would say that the trucker had a heart.also a story wht he just replaced the bike.
08-28-2008 08:28 PM
Sky Rider Who cares where the bike came from as long as it's legit and he replaced it? Usually these things get tied up in beaurocratic nightmares and in the end you get nothing. Never look a gift horse in the mouth I always say.
08-28-2008 05:30 PM
Harvey_birdman I don't want to point out the worst in people, but it is entirely possible the trucker had a licensing or insurance issue at the time of the accident. Rather than have you report him to the police or the insurance company he bought the bike on his own and gave it to you to prevent going to prison or having his trucker's license revoked.

Maybe.
08-28-2008 09:50 AM
Dianna
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Ditto!

Who ultimately replaced the bike? Insurance or the truck company? For that matter, what insurance company, and what trucking company? I'm thinking that when it's time to put my ride out to pasture, I might just try to find another one of those trucks and toss the bike under it!!
My thoughts exactly! I've got a 2000 that I could easily take the sidecar off of, tow it over there and wait for that truck to cure my woes! No wait! I'd better take the fairing, hardbags, extr dhrome etc. and get it back to pretty much stock first. After all I don't want to appear greedy.
08-28-2008 12:11 AM
kanuck69 ........ Whoa! The Good, Bad & Ugly!
08-27-2008 11:49 PM
ChrisC
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Holy ****!


(dunno what else to say....)
Ditto!

Who ultimately replaced the bike? Insurance or the truck company? For that matter, what insurance company, and what trucking company? I'm thinking that when it's time to put my ride out to pasture, I might just try to find another one of those trucks and toss the bike under it!!
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