Rocket vs Thunderbird

Discussion in 'Thunderbird Talk' started by Y62, Mar 16, 2017.

  1. Bc fisherman

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    Pretty sure you cam. Go to utube and find a how to pic up your bike .good to watch every now and then.cause if you haven't had to pic up your bike one or twice over the years and you really own one and ride .your really good or full of ****
     
  2. rocketjohn

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    We know the right way, we can pick up other bikes...we just too old for 850 pound R3T's. Plus I got MS, if I do pick up my bike, I may not ride away for an hour or two! But this will not keep me from riding...just got to keep her vertical!
     
  3. Y62

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    Anyone know of a good Thunderbird forum?
     
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    Thunderbird 1600 is a great forum...some real good dudes with lotsa knowledge..
     
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    Did you read my review of the T-Bird? I compared it to a HD RoadKing as they are very comparable. The Sportster is much less heavy, but also much more rough. And the T-bird can go further on a tank of gas. Does she have the T-Bird now?
    2014 T-Bird Commander Report
     
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    She got a 2015 nightstorm in may and have been riding it alot since. Huge difference in comfort compared to the Sportster.
     
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    always loved the straight handlebars on the storm;
     
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