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Sasquatch

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    Charles

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    Dryden, ON, Canada

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    Dryden

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  • Bike Year and Model
    2009 Yamaha RSV
  1. Name of Restaurant Whiskey Jack- Restaurateur and Tavern Street Address Highway 105 City Perault Falls State or Province ON Website (Optional) https://www.facebook.com/The-WhiskeyJack-Restaurant-and-Tavern-340529655986144/ Quality of Food Fantastic Quality of Service Fantastic Biker Friendly? (Parking, Trusted Location, Etc.) Yes Kind of Food? (Mexican, Chinese, etc.) Burgers, Fries, Pizza, Steak, Soup, Salad, BBQ. https://www.zmenu.com/the-whiskeyjack-restaurant-and-tavern-perrault-falls-online-menu/ Alcohol Served? Yes Bands Yep someti
  2. I paid 9 CND for my 09 three years ago with same miles. About 7 grand US. Ask 6 you can always come down.
  3. List is not long. First bike I bought was a 1978 XT500 Enduro brand new. Sold it bought a 1972 650 XS twin. Sold it and bought another 1976 XT500 Enduro. Sold that and had a long run of Honda 4`s including a 73 500. Moved to 750 then to 900. Raising a family buying a house etc took all my money so I got out for awhile. Picked up a CB900C for old times but I wanted bigger as I was bigger, I wanted a big comfy cruiser and so I started looking and when I found the Yamaha RSV I had to have one. I looked at many bikes but then I found the 09 with 38,000kms. I was hooked.
  4. As an update I gave up on the wide dual thickness clamps they are just not made. Used factory harley clamps and put on a couple shield I found on Fort Nine. Has a bit of a snarl no but not bad when cruising. Wife thinks they are to loud but with her helmet on she can`t hear much. Can`t sneak into the yard any more though.
  5. Could be but the 16inch wheel is just metal caps no weight on both sides, why did they not make one for the other side then becomes the question.Left side looks barren ie not as nice without the cover. Just saw this post.
  6. Sratoliner 18 inch wheel one side has a cover on the floating disk brake, the other side does not and the cover has a steel weight inside and will only fit one side. The Fiche only shows one as well. I would like one on each side but can't do that unless there is some way to take the weight off without damaging the cover. What is the weight on the inside for and why only one side.Is there chrome or stainless covers for this wheel?
  7. Sratoliner 18 inch wheel one side has a cover on the floating disk brake, the other side does not and the cover has a steel weight inside and will only fit one side. The Fiche only shows one as well. I would like one on each side but can't do that unless there is some way to take the weight off without damaging the cover. What is the weight on the inside for and why only one side.
  8. Ah so My brothers 2015 take offs would be great. Wonder what he did with them? Yes I think I can get another set with the 65538-07 muffler.
  9. Thanks, has anyone tried using the two left hand non Cat mufflers together without the Cats? I ask because I was given a set of 07 mufflers. One is a Cat muffler the other left side is not. 65538-07 left muffler has no cat? 65538_07 right has a Cat. I'm only going by looking at them. I think I know where there is another set. Or would the 65538-95 and 65539-95 be better mufflers? Anyone know the difference? Just looking for a bit deeper tone and a bit more rumble without getting loud.
  10. I have seen where mufflers ending in 95 or 95A are non cat mufflers but what is a 95B Muffler
  11. As title says, now I am looking for the wide clamps. VT No: 31-9920 is the ones on this site that people used. Can't find them it seems. Can they be got? Other alternatives? What are people using now?
  12. Last year I installed a Vision X LED headlight (like a daymaker) using the stock RSV adjusters by basicly breaking out glass from the stock light so I could drill out the spot welds on the brackets attached to the bucket. I then replaced the bucket with a 7 inch jeep/truck bucket by pop riveting the brackets on to it. Now I have a 7 inch LED headlight that mounts in the stock place with the stock adjusters. So all I did really was change the Yamaha bucket to a 7 inch Jeep/truck bucket.
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