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Sold my Roadking to a buddy the other day, now I am jealous everytime I see him on it.

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Well, now you have no choice but to one-up him. smile

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Yeah you know you can go get you a new 09 model!!!! They are starting to hit the dealers!!!

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I am buying a home around Warroad, so nothin new for me for a while. I still have my fatboy, that will have to do. I did sit on a new crossbones Saturday. I liked it alot more than I thought I would.

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Sitting on a new one, you know, just to check it out can be a very dangerous thing.

I know from experience. Mrs. boilerguy didn't find the humor when I brought it home.

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Ohhhh, I've been looking at a crossbones too. I have yet to sit on one yet....I am frightened to, it might follow me home.

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Gissert....I believe it would. Boilerguy, couldn't you just hide it in the garage till it didn't look so new.

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Yeah you know I think that my wife come to terms with the new bike deal, I mean it is going to show up in the next year or so as long as nothing changes in our lives. "she said I know you are going to do it, just make sure it dont put us in the poor house". We will see!!

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Thats cool, maybe you shoould start looking this fall when they are a little cheaper.

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Trust me have been looking for awhile, want to make sure it is the right thing!!! I will probably own this one for a long time!!

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