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Old 10-04-2017, 06:48 AM   #41
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Old 08-06-2018, 10:58 AM   #42
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Nearly a year and countless trips around the SE later, my motovan is still working like a champ. I haven't had enough motivation to devote a weekend to figuring out the cruise control and AC issues, but will probably let a professional fix them soon.

My Herculiner has held up really well, other than one 2" spot where the front tire of my 899 sits. I often have to twist the bars to seat the restraint system pins fully; I almost certainly pushed the bike inside without letting the tires cool down, making the slicks pretty much weld themselves to the Herculiner, etc etc.

After sorting the AC & cruise, the next big project will be wheels, tires, and brakes. Nothing is bad as of yet, but I hate the wheels, the tires look to be pretty old despite deep tread remaining, and I figure I might as well take a look at a brake upgrade while I have the wheels off.
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