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Post by jmunsey on Sun Feb 17, 2013 5:29 pm

1. One of those LED tailight/brakelight bulbs that rotate and pulse when you hit the brakes. I bought it for my Road King a few years back. It is the 1157 type and as it turned out I needed the other wedge type base. Brand new never used. I think they go for about $18 new. The first $10 offer takes it.

2. Off my 2007 Police Roadking: Crash bars - Good shape, probably a few scratches and normal wear if you look close - Make offer
Final Drive belt - very good condition; took it off at about 45K miles. I upgraded to a smaller drive sprocket so had to replace original belt. Make offer

3. Complete stock take off exhaust for a 2004 Honda VTX 1300 S - Make offer

4. Not really bike related but.....Very pretty 23 month old filly; paint/palomino. Only to a good home. $400 Firm.

Jim
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Post by jmunsey on Tue Jun 04, 2013 10:59 am

Just replaced entire exhaust on my 2000 Heritage Softail. The one I removed I am willing to sell cheap to get rid of it. It is a version of the Long shot type pipes. Not sure what brand but not V&H. They are pretty loud. These have been well used and are fair to good condition. They have between 51-61K and 10-13 years old. They were on the bike when I bought it in 2003.

$75 OBO
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Post by jmunsey on Sat Jun 08, 2013 12:54 am

I probably committed Harley blasphemy last weekend. I bought my Softail 10 years ago with less than 10K on it. The original owner had done what the vast majority of Harley people do....buy a brand new bike and spend a bunch of money to buy a new exhaust system to make it loud and to "sound like a Harley". My pipes were those long shot type and they were very loud. To be honest....I hated them way back then but they looked good and came with the bike so I stuck with them.....for 10 years and 51K+. I used to see a slogan down at Daytona Bike Week on a Tshirt that said "If my pipes are too loud, you are too old". Guess those were true words as I got to the point I could not stand my own pipes as they were just too loud. So I picked up a set of take off bone stock exhaust from a 2006 Softail that had 10 miles on them when they were replaced with louder ones. Found them on ebay and put them on last weekend. I absolutely love them! Feels like a new bike and it is much quieter. I am enjoying riding it much more these days. I still wonder if any of my lost hearing will ever return!

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Post by Miss G on Sat Jun 08, 2013 6:45 pm

The day I bought my bike, I had the pipes changed on the spot. What was on there was...obscene. That's the only way I could describe it. Straight pipes. Can't remember if they were a particular brand. Made my ears ring inside a 3/4 helmet. Nope, had to go. What I have now are slip ons by Performance. Love'em...nice Harley rumble.
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Post by JSteele on Tue Jun 11, 2013 10:57 am

I can relate Mrs. G, I know what you mean by obscene! My last Harley had some kind of straight pipes on them. I hated it. My Road King has slip-ons that sound just right.
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Post by Miss G on Wed Jun 12, 2013 5:13 pm

And just right is a great way to put it! I do know my bike sounds freakin AWESOME in the tunnel!!  cheers LOL!!!!
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Post by JSteele on Wed Jun 12, 2013 5:25 pm

I know what you mean. I don't rev mine to show off but I can't resist in the Tunnel!!!!
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Post by Miss G on Wed Jun 12, 2013 11:03 pm

Nope, no showing off for me either but I'm all over it in the tunnel! What a Face

Ok Jim, you can have your thread back now...Embarassed
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