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This should probably be a separate thread, but I couldn't figure out how to start a thread, maybe I'm not authorized? Anyway, here's a link to Motorcyclist Online's new adventure in the Rockies with Duc and Triumph Scramblers, it's pretty amusing, and the waltz soundtrack is perfect: ON TWO WHEELS Scramblers In The Rockies

Here's a link to Motorcyclist Online's new adventure in the Rockies with Duc and Triumph Scramblers, it's pretty amusing, and the waltz soundtrack is perfect: ON TWO WHEELS Scramblers In The Rockies
 

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Fast women, you can start a new thread if you wish, just go to a title, such as Scrambler Talk, click on that title , then click on start new thread, Type in your Title, then your content,
 

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This should probably be a separate thread, but I couldn't figure out how to start a thread, maybe I'm not authorized? Anyway, here's a link to Motorcyclist Online's new adventure in the Rockies with Duc and Triumph Scramblers, it's pretty amusing, and the waltz soundtrack is perfect: ON TWO WHEELS Scramblers In The Rockies

Here's a link to Motorcyclist Online's new adventure in the Rockies with Duc and Triumph Scramblers, it's pretty amusing, and the waltz soundtrack is perfect: ON TWO WHEELS Scramblers In The Rockies
Posts merged :)
 

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But, um, you merged them on this thread? I guess you didn't feel I should put it in a new thread? No biggie either way.
The software merged it under your first posting.

If you want to start the tread again and delete your original post then we can do that. But it just makes things messy when people post multiple threads/posts about the same subject.
 

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I agree with the basic sentiment but after just a few short rides on some bumpy roads, the rear shock definitely needs to go. Glad I have already ordered a replacement. Other than that I agree with everything written.

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I felt the same way about the rear shock, was not a comfortable ride on any sort of bumpy road. I didn't think to adjust it and it made a world of difference to me once I did but still may order a replacement in the future.
 

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I felt the same way about the rear shock, was not a comfortable ride on any sort of bumpy road. I didn't think to adjust it and it made a world of difference to me once I did but still may order a replacement in the future.
After putting mine to lowest setting there was a big difference. After adding an M Shock difference is huge :)
 

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I felt the same way about the rear shock, was not a comfortable ride on any sort of bumpy road. I didn't think to adjust it and it made a world of difference to me once I did but still may order a replacement in the future.
If my reading of the owners manual is correct, the shock is not adjustable with the exception of preload. I'll try cranking that back a bit this week.

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