jaymo54

Standard Bore
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Jun 26, 2006
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I have actually been registered for awhile now but am posting to comply with the administrators request.

I am a 2002 Bonneville America owner who test rode a Rocket III out of the Syracuse Dealership (Destiny Motorsports) this past summer who plans on purchasing a R3 hopefully in the spring of 2007.

In the meantime I will check out the forum and learn what I can about the R3.
 

Toystoretom

Living Legend
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Feb 25, 2006
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Welcome jaymo!! You must have gotten one of our hateful automated emails :D. I'm glad you posted and feel free to jump in... It seems we do more than just talk Rockets here, which is just fine with me....
 

Sidecar Flip

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Jul 16, 2006
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20150 Mc Carty Rd. Deerfield, Michigan 49238
Greetings and salutations...

jaymo:

Welcome. Some of us here have more than one Triumph.....me. You can join the club by keeping the Bonnie America and getting an R3 just like my B-I-L, BanjoBart who also posts here when his wife allows him to.:D

He's not online right now. He's off cleaning the toilets and then he has to wax the kitchen floor.....
 
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britman

Nitrous
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Sep 8, 2006
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1,363
Location
Fredericksburg, Virginia
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2005 Rocket 3/2014 Moto Guzzi Touring
In the meantime I will check out the forum and learn what I can about the R3.[/quote]
Welcome Jaymo54, buy the R/3, you won't be sorry. The night I brought mine home, it was around 20 degrees, but I still rode until I didn't know I had hands. A Rocket, unlike most things in life, never gets boring or old.
 

raymond braswell

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Jul 24, 2006
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574
Location
Kansas City, Missouri
Welcome Jaymo. Has been a lot of good info in this forum on how to set the Rocket up when you purchase it. I wish I had been in the forum before I bought mine, now I am playing catch up with Pianoman who has every accessory known to man and a few he imported from Pluto.
 

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