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Re: H-D wheelies?

To: "Scott Gardner" <>, <>
Subject: Re: H-D wheelies?
From: "Lawrie Alexander" <>
Date: Thu, 16 Apr 1998 18:34:53 -0700
Scott....I agree, most Harleys don't wheelie but the "kick over the bars"
Rick was referring to comes from kick-starting when the piston isn't at the
right position in the grand scheme of things. That's why I'm a wuss and like
my CBR's electric starter......

-----Original Message-----
From: Scott Gardner <>
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Date: Thursday, April 16, 1998 5:05 PM
Subject: Re: Fork Oil - what weight are you using?

>  That's assuming the bloody thing didn't kick you back and put you over
> the handlebars!!!
> Rick Morrison
> Past tense: 1961 XLCH with Magneto ignition.
> 72 MGBGT
> 74 Midget
I know I'm coming late to the discussion, but I didn't know Harley's
even COULD wheelie!!

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