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Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself !!' started by IIMikeForce, Mar 30, 2006.

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    Yo Gang,

    Been riding my Black Rocket3 around since July 2004. Great bike that eats up the miles out on the open road. Herself and I have had fun the last two year running around western North Carolina and other places on her. Got a couple other Triumphs I ride and the latest addation to the sable is a 2004 Red Thruxton. Hope to learn a lot on this forum and hopefully I can give a little back.

    Freddie
     
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    Welcome Freddie!!! Jump right in... in a way we are all new here, we just started up a bit ago. Look around.. we have a lot of "departments" so hopefully you should find something fun...
     
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    Hey Freddie... I just saw some of your picks... how is the tool bag working out under the headlamps? Does the front fender hit it?
     
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    Welcome Freddie,

    I would also like to know how that tool bag is working out.
     
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    You got keep the tool bag sinched up tight against the yoke/Rocket symbol or the fender natural travel will bounce the tool bag around. The leather strap that holds the tool bag streches over time and needs periodic tighening.

    Freddie
     
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