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post #1 of 12 Old 04-17-2017, 10:35 AM Thread Starter
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my BlackBerry sees his green rimstripes, gold rearsets, and pink grips just fine
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Purple grips, and it's my wife's bike. My daughter's bike has pink grips.
I was thinking that might be Ian's bike but then I remembered, his has tassels.
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I was thinking that might be Ian's bike but then I remembered, his has tassels.
*ech hem*, the tassels are on my tricycle....

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Re: Fitting aftermarket bodywork

I thought they went with those special leather pants you have.
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Re: Fitting aftermarket bodywork

the hineyless ones?

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Re: Fitting aftermarket bodywork

I only knew of the one with the ruffles, but you know him better than I do.
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Re: Fitting aftermarket bodywork

not that well...

homeboy can kill a bottle of Birch Beer though

t'sup Doohamper?

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I thought they went with those special leather pants you have.
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the hineyless ones?
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not that well...

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t'sup Doohamper?
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Re: Fitting aftermarket bodywork

I'll have you know I gave my assless chaps to Diamond Dave back in '82, along with the "tassel" in the middle


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I'll have you know I gave my assless chaps to Diamond Dave back in '82, along with the "tassel" in the middle

So much wrong in this post.
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Re: Fitting aftermarket bodywork

Oddly enough, the above post is consistent with the thread topic. Scary.

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I'll have you know I gave my assless chaps to Diamond Dave back in '82, along with the "tassel" in the middle

And thank goodness for that "tassle"!
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Re: Multifunctional riding accessories

So I spun this off to a dedicated thread.
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