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  1. Folks, here is something that you need to know., I don't like the way it works but have not found a way to change it. Once you subscribe, you will be automatically charged and renewed after one year. I have never done automatic renewals before and personally don't like them for several reasons but some people actually do like it. The point is, if you DON'T want your membership to automatically renew after your year is up, you need to go back after you subscribe and turn it off. You do that by clicking on "Store" then "My Details" and then "PayPal Subscriptions". There you can cancel it.
  2. ""Touring on Tweeks across America with my dad is like taking part in the best movie ever made while sitting in the saddle and looking out at the audience who are watching the movie being made" - My 10 year old Daughter with earned biker name of "AhWahHoo"..
  3. To add to above..... Pilots know the most dangerous time for newbies is after a few hundred hours of flight time. We become complacent. Feeling sure in our knowledge. The same is true for riding. We become relaxed and that can be dangerous. Glad you took the course. Consider taking the next, advanced course after you have some hours behind you. And if you begin to feel complacent about your riding skills, re-evaluate! Stay safe. Enjoy the ride! Practice, practice, practice (thanks Cowpuc)!! Welcome to the wind in your face club!
  4. @Ken T. Welcome to the forum and congrats on your new to you bike.
  5. I am not sure what you mean by " '99 Royal V", but here is a place to start getting some knowledge of the history of the Royal Star line, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yamaha_Royal_Star As memory serves me that bike in the photo is a Boulevard model of the original Royal Star series , produced from 1996 to 2001 as noted here, https://www.autoevolution.com/moto/yamaha-royal-star-boulevard-1999.html#aeng_yamaha-royal-star-tour-deluxe-3000-1294 Hope this helps.
  6. No ya lop eared varmints,, not that kind of spring!! THIS kind of spring!!! Been waiting forever for my 12 and 14 pound hammer springs from Wilson Combat to show up for Tony the Beretta so I could begin the process of figuring out where he will reside. I am getting ready now to drop in the 12 pounder and then its off to the woodlands (as soon as Spring spring gets here) to see if the 12 will fire/cycle 22lr, subsonic 9mm and standard 9mm.. If not I will work my way up the scale till I reach the spring that produces the outcome needed and then that is where Tony and I will live forever in perfe
  7. @cowpuc Would you rather me send you something???
  8. I don't know what this contraption cost, but I bet you can get a trailer for near the same cost. A trailer would be a safer choice with many more uses.
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