Outrigger and Ski?

Discussion in 'Sportster Models' started by hjacobson1, Dec 24, 2008.

  1. hjacobson1

    hjacobson1 Active Member

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    I'm going to be politically incorrect and wish everyone a Merry Christmas.

    I read the forum nearly every day and wish each and everyone the best of Holidays.

    Here in Wisconsin, I'm wondering if I need to fabricate an out rigger and a ski for the front wheel...as the snow just keeps on falling. But then this would look pretty bad on a Nightster...

    Again, Merry Christmas everyone!
     
  2. Flashback

    Flashback Active Member

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    Happy Holidays to all.
     
  3. glider

    glider Veteran Member

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    Merry Christmas and happy holidays to all so it's got it all covered.:s

    No such thing as politically incorrect with something like this, this is AMERICA!:bigsmiley11:
     
  4. Redfish-Joe

    Redfish-Joe Senior Member

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    Amen Bro!
     
  5. wildspirit97

    wildspirit97 Senior Member

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    get this one:D
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  6. SeaRider04

    SeaRider04 Active Member

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    Amen.
     
  7. docsledge

    docsledge Active Member

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    Merry Christmas to you also.
    Get one of those adult trikes (the ones with the basket on the back) and replace the wheels with some ski's. They make them already set up for snow.
    Also works fairly well on a good hill with long grass. Also can be embarrassing as well. We DON'T need to get into how I know. :s
     
  8. M0sesJJN

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    ...and Happy Hanukkah!!

    I think you will need a sidecar w/ski...three points are easier to keep upright in the slippery stuff than two points.

    Moe.
     
  9. hjacobson1

    hjacobson1 Active Member

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    Already had a Ural with a powered side car wheel. Most fun I have ever had with a motorcycle, but alas it was built with fine Russian workmanship which demanded that it spend more time with the dealer than me.

    I have thought that the right sidecar would really look great on my Nightster though...

    Keep the shiny side up.

    Jake