:rofl:Steppenwolf said:Damn, Lil - as a certifiable caffeine addict who rides to work... in an open-face helmet... that's almost tempting!! I can't believe I'm even thinking that.
Actually, I ordered the Rifle today... and found out it's backordered to the end of Sept Wndvest was a distant second choice.Diamond Lil said::rofl:
It can go with the windvest.
(Figured I'd say it before...)
Well, I'm glad you are doing something to help yourself.Steppenwolf said:Actually, I ordered the Rifle today... and found out it's backordered to the end of Sept Wndvest was a distant second choice.
Yeah - for the trips I have planned, a coffee holder IS tempting! I'm looking at between 4-5k miles in less than 3 weeks - including at least one ironbutt day. Hmmm...
Ditch the smokes... opt for chewing tobacco instead! As a bonus, you can spit nasty brown spooge at cars that piss you off...rjrivero said:If you can figgure out how to keep a cigarette lit on the V-Rod, this 5 gallon gas tank may not seem like such torture anymore
You got dat right!Steppenwolf said:Ditch the smokes... opt for chewing tobacco instead! As a bonus, you can spit nasty brown spooge at cars that piss you off...
So true -- I also got the iPod mount, which also works with my XM-2-go, and there's also an attachment I coulda gotten to let me mount my laptop to the same thing. ROFLMAO!LiquidSilver said:I have the RAM mount cup holder. Those RAM mounts are handy little buggers because you can take things off when you're not using them. BTW - they have the mounts in Chrome, but alas, the cup holder is only available in black.
If you get the chance, would you mind posting a pic here for us?sburke91 said:My dad has that exact unit--picked it up at Sturgis last year--on his sportster. He absolutely loves it. Never had a problem with the cup popping out, but it sits behind his windshield.