thanks guys,,,dont motocross,,, used to ride dirt bikes all the time,, kinda got out of it and had a hardtail kaw 900 chopper for 19 years, when i got the springer I traded the chopper for the yz-250, almost too old to ride it, I dont heal like I used to. A far as the solid axle in the toy goes, I have thought about it, just havent done it, I do have sway bar disconnects on it and it helps a little bit, As far as the chicks go,,, traded them in a long time ago, it was the only pics I had of me,, also cut the beard off several years back,,,,,,,Im getting a few more miles on the grizz, cant remember the miles, but around 9.6 hours,, Like it better every time i ride it,,, I have seen where someone said others are smoother,,, you dont know rough untill you ride a old solid axle honda oddasey(gota love that spelling),, probably why my bones hurt so much,,,,, take care all,,,,, countrygrizz
Hey CG, I used to have one of those Odesy's with no rear shocks too. It was a blast but man did it hurt. Did you have a problem with scoring pistons? Puting an air cooled engine behind the seat was not a very well thought out plan.
I gave up the dirt bikes and the Raptor too. Luckily, the military paid for all my broken bones.
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