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    Thinking of getting a Triumph motorcycle?

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    very creative,

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    I wouldn't mind trying out one of their new Rocket III bikes....
    2,300 cc...3 cylinders, each cylinder is like 790cc.
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    2300 !?!?! WOW ! I thought my S&S 1410 stroker kit on my shovel was fun !

    that triumph would be fun !

    you know what they say ! there is no replacement for displacement ! that bike HAS to be a blast to ride,I would like to try one too.

    the last triumph I rode was my 73 Tiger I had in the 70's.

    mmmmm,I sure wish I still had that bike now !

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    Yeah...but you had a Shovel..nothing sounds better than a Shovel! I still want to find a classic one to restore....a Shovel FXR is my dream bike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YeOldeStonecat View Post
    I still want to find a classic one to restore....a Shovel FXR is my dream bike.
    Mine is a Schwinn Sting-Ray !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Easto View Post
    Mine is a Schwinn Sting-Ray !
    LOL I remember those as a kid...the big banana seat, sissy bar, apes. Also remember wanting one of the models with the stick shift right on the horizontal tube of the frame...but my dad wouldn't let me get one...else I'd cave in my sternum running into something like a stonewall.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YeOldeStonecat View Post
    LOL I remember those as a kid...the big banana seat, sissy bar, apes. Also remember wanting one of the models with the stick shift right on the horizontal tube of the frame...but my dad wouldn't let me get one...else I'd cave in my sternum running into something like a stonewall.
    I made mine into a chopper ! they sold fork extensions ! like 16" long

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