Honda Fury Forums: Honda Chopper Forum - View Profile: Clueless

Clueless Clueless is online now

Senior Member

  Visitor Messages

Showing Visitor Messages 1 to 10 of 15
  1. finally
    08-30-2013 12:34 AM - permalink
    Glad to have you back
  2. Clueless
    06-05-2013 07:35 PM - permalink
  3. PAW
    06-05-2013 10:14 AM - permalink
    I LOVE your avatar pic! Would you be willing to send me a copy of it? (I won't use it as my avatar or anything--as a Bears fan, I just love the pic)
  4. FuryousNurse
    06-03-2013 11:42 AM - permalink
    OK, those 2 screws that held on the back of the stock main seat are now gone.
  5. FuryousNurse
    06-02-2013 02:26 PM - permalink
    When changing the seat to one that does not use the 2 side screws the stock seat used; does the fender still need these 2 side screws to help hold it on??
  6. Clueless
    01-22-2012 05:42 PM - permalink
    I would, but we do not have one for me to look at.
  7. taffyspop
    01-22-2012 01:50 PM - permalink
    Clueless, would you check at work and see if you can get me the exact diameter of the oem sissy bar .. I want to see if the Ginz luggage rack will bolt on to the honda oem bar. Thanks...
  8. taffyspop
    12-22-2011 05:42 PM - permalink
    OK, thanks. Just wanted to verify that the beads do the trick. The E3s have been so good to me will be hard to change, but if I do, it will be with Metz. Thanks again.;....
  9. Clueless
    12-22-2011 04:11 PM - permalink
    I prefer Metzlers myself, however I mount alot of Dunlop E3s for the Goldwingers, haven't had to replace any Fury tires yet, I was going to go with Metz when I did mine. And I usually use beads, especially on powder coated or chrome wheels as it looks better and will not damage the rims. I sell alot of the Dyna beads, and more now than ever, since word of mouth has gotten around about them
  10. taffyspop
    12-22-2011 09:49 AM - permalink
    Can you tell me your choice of tire for the Fury; Dun E-3s(stock) or Metzlers? I have had very good luck with my stock Duns (15000) miles and still lots of tread. Also, when replacing do you recommend the balancing beads or the traditional balance with weights method. Thanks and Merry Christmas again......

  About Me

  • About Clueless
    Central Illinois


Total Posts
Visitor Messages
General Information
  • Last Activity: Yesterday 09:27 PM
  • Join Date: 06-04-2009
  • Referrals: 0


10:58 PM - FuryousChopperBlues mentioned Clueless in post Guess What i did 2Nite?
...x socket. :) Thanks Clueless! Had my manual, tha...


05:28 PM - Rolling Fury quoted Clueless in post Sad to say Bike has to go
Where would it be located ? ...
10:38 PM - Vray69 quoted Clueless in post 11:1 piston+Top end performance grind Cams
Send me $50 and I can let you...
07:44 PM - Clueless quoted Greg Riddle in post 11:1 piston+Top end performance grind Cams
Go on eBay and buy an 1800 final...
12:08 PM - Seņor Gar quoted Clueless in post No Power! Any ideas???
Yes the Green wire is what I ...
01:03 PM - Limitless-87 quoted Clueless in post No Power! Any ideas???
The fuse on the side of the b...
12:38 PM - Clueless quoted Limitless-87 in post No Power! Any ideas???
I did check the 30 amp on the sid...
02:36 AM - Seņor Gar quoted Clueless in post 2016 now a 1 seater??
I need to know if it can be t...
10:58 PM - FuryousChopperBlues quoted Clueless in post Guess What i did 2Nite?
...x socket. :) Thanks Clueless! Had my manual, tha...
08:03 PM - Skychicken quoted Clueless in post Speedometer
...s in the Forum from clueless... the plug is un...
For the best viewing experience please update your browser to Google Chrome