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    Soooooooo close!!!!

    -Josh
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    Wow. That's some riding

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    Quote Originally Posted by gottattooz View Post
    Soooooooo close!!!!

    -Josh
    Really impressive Josh - any major repair/maintenance work so far?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dommy View Post
    Really impressive Josh - any major repair/maintenance work so far?
    I've never cracked the engine open. Third clutch cable, replaced front motor mounts. Still on the original clutch.

    -Josh

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    Quote Originally Posted by gottattooz View Post
    I've never cracked the engine open. Third clutch cable, replaced front motor mounts. Still on the original clutch.

    -Josh
    As stated, this is very impressive Josh. You have been rolling for quite some time with your 9. This is also confirmation that with good care and consistent maintenance, the 9 can/will be run and function at a high-level for a very long time.

    Great job Bro!!!😁👍✋👍😁

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    I'm about to start my own 100k+mile club!

    -Josh
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    Aaaaaaaand...... I'm out!

    -Josh
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    Quote Originally Posted by gottattooz View Post
    Aaaaaaaand...... I'm out!

    -Josh
    Damn, guess you can start the 100+ club. Wonder how many there actually is around?

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    Way to go Josh. It just keeps on going.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gottattooz View Post
    Aaaaaaaand...... I'm out!

    -Josh
    You the Man Josh!

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    Wow


    I wish

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    Probably not this summer but maybe next year about this time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gottattooz View Post
    Aaaaaaaand...... I'm out!

    -Josh
    I know exactly where that pic was taken. Great place to roll over 100K! Well....except for the snakes.

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    Good job Josh! Great seeing all you guys last week. Sorry I didn't get to chase you around some of those roads. But it was still fun all the same.

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    That's amazing, that a large bore V-twin can go that far. Mine just recently turned 35,000. Long way to go.
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