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PostSubject: Re: here's mine   Tue Jun 21, 2011 9:04 am

I bought a 2008 TW because I had a F 150 and gas was nearly $5 a gallon. In addition, I wanted to have some fun too. The bike has treated me great and I have done several upgrades. This bike is great for so many reasons. Cool, tough, resilient and practical.


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PostSubject: Re: here's mine   Tue Jun 21, 2011 12:02 pm

Until I saw your photo's I didn't recognize your screen name, but connected the dots (I deciphered "broxter") from the other site. Noticed any help with the disk brake cover? I've never had a problem with mine without a cover, but you never know. Also, I've had the wider footpegs in use since last fall, but haven't had a problem. I'm gonna take a magnet to mine to see if they are aluminum or metal. They are still holding up well, but wouldn't want to have the breakage issue you had.
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PostSubject: Re: here's mine   Wed Jun 22, 2011 2:46 am

Checked my wider pegs too see which metal yesterday. Verdict...steel. Magnet stuck right to 'em. Thought for sure they would have been aluminum, but guess not.

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Mine before repainting



And after

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