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    half TW, half cruizer.

    This looks a bit odd on a TW, but for a 66yr old is just about right. Can't wait to get out with it when it warms up.
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    That seat looks pretty comfy !!
    Go like hell, You'll get there quicker!
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    well now don't see that every day, nice. +1 on the warming up part, rode today cause I just had to but it was cold and foggy, if I wish for spring any harder my head is going to explode!!!!
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    for sure that's not for me, BUT i love that it is for YOU!
    the tw is really a great platform for personalization for individual need. nicely done.
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    It will make your butt look small, and looks comfy!:
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    Hmm...I think you can ride with my Star group now....they will never suspect....lol
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    If you are ever down this way send a note. Will get out the Vulcan or the Goldwing to keep up with that Star. Have two TW's to play in the mountains with. Would like to hook up with some local riders and do some get togethers.

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    That sure does fix one of TWs biggest draw backs on this old Ass! Nicely done!

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    Hey ya got air springs under that seat?
    Ya gotta finish the loop, it's your only way out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by trailscout View Post
    Hey ya got air springs under that seat?
    lol, compared to what comes on these wonderful little bikes, I feel like I am riding on air. Went for a short ride today as the sky was blue, but still a bit cold. I have to say though, that seat sure makes a big difference. The best part is, I didn't have to modify the bike one bit. No drilling or welding on the bike itself at all.

    Thank you all for the nice feedback. Great to share with fellow TWer's.

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