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Post by 3Flushes » October 25th 2021, 3:38am

^^^IIRC the Ducati edition.

These are nice chronos - T901 movement (Modified 7753) - Top grade - Kif shock protection, Triovis balance, perlage decoration and precisely re-regulated by Tudor in 5 positions. (The T600, 2824 and T401, 2892 are also top grade and get the same mods- the T401 is also modified with a DD module.

A price of 3 G's or less is a good grey market deal.
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Post by 3Flushes » October 28th 2021, 11:24am

Joma took an extra $200 off - down to $2750 --- MSRP$4100.

Same price for the Ducati version - $4925 retail - On waterproof leather with red contrast stitching and deployant clasp instead'a rubber.
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Post by smellody » October 29th 2021, 7:53pm

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That's funny - was just editing in the Ducati version. - Great price for it.

That bike is awesome man, unfortunately my riding days are over. Long over.
It is a rocket 🚀. The front tire lifts off the ground in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd. I put back on the stock mufflers and changed out the co.puter to original as it was too loud and powerful for my two miles work commute... back when I had to go into the office.
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Post by 3Flushes » October 30th 2021, 1:59am

^^^Hope you still get her out once in a while. I had an '84 Soft Tail Custom back in the day. With the way traffic is anymore, I'm not sure I would still ride if I could - It was safer to ride / drive in TJ than here.
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Post by smellody » October 30th 2021, 8:46am

I don't get to ride anymore. Rarely leave the house actually....

Right before I stopped riding I replaced the clutch(es) with stock parts. Previously the clutch was on of those grab and shoot varieties which didn't allow feathering. You were either stopped or going 50MPH. The new clutch made shifting more like an early XK Jaguar. Lots of control and more wofty if that makes any sense.
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Post by 3Flushes » October 30th 2021, 6:30pm

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October 30th 2021, 8:46am
I don't get to ride anymore. Rarely leave the house actually....

Right before I stopped riding I replaced the clutch(es) with stock parts. Previously the clutch was on of those grab and shoot varieties which didn't allow feathering. You were either stopped or going 50MPH. The new clutch made shifting more like an early XK Jaguar. Lots of control and more wofty if that makes any sense.
Cool - I get the gist of it -

Mine was the '84 Heritage Classic - layback with ape-hanger handlebars - air-cooled 1337 4 stroke V-Twin 5 speed - the mono rear suspension made for really comfortable going - she was an awesome cruiser. Sold her a long time ago, but Harley still has soft tails in the line-up - the modern takes must be spectacular bikes. They sure are great looking.
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Post by smellody » October 30th 2021, 6:46pm

3Flushes wrote:
October 30th 2021, 6:30pm
smellody wrote:
October 30th 2021, 8:46am
I don't get to ride anymore. Rarely leave the house actually....

Right before I stopped riding I replaced the clutch(es) with stock parts. Previously the clutch was on of those grab and shoot varieties which didn't allow feathering. You were either stopped or going 50MPH. The new clutch made shifting more like an early XK Jaguar. Lots of control and more wofty if that makes any sense.
Cool - I get the gist of it -

Mine was the '84 Heritage Classic - layback with ape-hanger handlebars - air-cooled 1337 4 stroke V-Twin 5 speed - the mono rear suspension made for really comfortable going - she was an awesome cruiser. Sold her a long time ago, but Harley still has soft tails in the line-up - the modern takes must be spectacular bikes. They sure are great looking.
Nice! Wish you were closer, we could ride!
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