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  1. #16
    JAMESDUNN
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    Very nice!

  2. #17
    XTrooper
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    Thanks, James!

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    Welcome.

    I'm sure you will find lots of interesting stuff here and in the Owners News. I'm still old fashioned and call it that instead of the logoized ON - but it's the same magazine by either name.

    The R1200RT is a great bike.

    Wishing you many happy miles.
    Paul Glaves - "Big Bend", Texas U.S.A
    "The greatest challenge to any thinker is stating the problem in a way that will allow a solution." - Bertrand Russell
    http://web.bigbend.net/~glaves/

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    Welcome!
    That is a beautiful ride. Do you run around the bike with a Bowie knife stabbing pieces of dust before they land on the wax job?
    "What is beautiful is simple, and what is simple always works"....Kalashnikov, inventor of the AK-47.
    Current bike: 2015 Yamaha TW 200, modified for road/street use with tire, sprocket upgrades. "Center yourself in the vertizontal. Ride a motorcycle...namaste' "

  5. #20
    XTrooper
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    Thanks for the welcome!

    ultracyclist: The trick is my special wax formula comprised of equal parts of liquid wax and DEET.

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    XTrooper,

    After several years on that Kahedo/Touratech...

    What do you think of it? Still have it? Comfortable?

    Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by XTrooper View Post
    Touratech / Kahedo rider and passenger heated seats

  7. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by mclassing View Post
    XTrooper,

    After several years on that Kahedo/Touratech...

    What do you think of it? Still have it? Comfortable?

    Thanks!
    We managed one riding season on the Touratechs before deciding that they, although a big improvement over stock, were too firm for our tastes. I ended up sending my stock seats to Russell who transformed them into a set of their Daylong seats. For us, our Russell Daylongs are the ultimate in comfort and our search for truly comfortable touring seats has ended with them.

    Hope this helps.

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    That does, indeed, help, Steve.

    Quote Originally Posted by XTrooper View Post
    We managed one riding season on the Touratechs before deciding that they, although a big improvement over stock, were too firm for our tastes. I ended up sending my stock seats to Russell who transformed them into a set of their Daylong seats. For us, our Russell Daylongs are the ultimate in comfort and our search for truly comfortable touring seats has ended with them.

    Hope this helps.

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    Hi

    Welcome to the club!!! Another person has come over to the other side!!! Congrats on the move, it was a wise one!!!!!
    Dennis and Karin Trovato
    2005 BMW R1200GS (In Europe) //// 2015 BMW R1200GS Adventure (In USA)

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