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First of all, thanks to everyone for being such an awesome community. This is my 3rd bike since I first started riding.

Come a long way from the Honda 750 Night Hawk (starter bike)
To a Ducati 750 Monster (College Bike)

And now I got my Fury after having a deliberation with the Harley Dealership being told how.."Cheap" and. "Toylike" the Fury is. Well, After riding a Street Bob, Super Glide, and the Fury, only one stuck out in my mind.

Here she is, Got some stuff to do to her, but she'll keep my happy for a very very long time.




 

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Harley got it right! The Fury is cheap price wise, when compared to a Harley of similar size. and aren't all motorcycles essentally toys for big boys? I'm playing with my Fury all the time, and having a ball!
 

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Maby only in my face lol :p But thanks for the comments guys. I'm loving every min of my new ride!
 

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Harley will never admit defeat. My local Harley dealer gave me a hard sell for the new Fat Boy and since my Husband rides a Yamaha told me it was time our family purchased a "real bike." They had a barbque a couple of weekends ago and we went. My husband's tricked out Raider and my new Fury kept a crowd around them the whole time we were there! Harleys are behind the times and way over priced. I don't let their snobishness bother me. I saved enough money to buy aftermarket parts and enjoying every minute.
 

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Harley's just look like tired old bikes next to a Fury. I don't need to sound cool by saying "I ride a Harley". It's much better to be cool riding a Fury or whatever the bike of your choice is. I waited and waited for them to improve the Rocker C to look more custom and just gave up. Now I know I made the best decision for me.
I almost purchased the Rocker C prior to the Fury. Glad I didn't.
The seat was lame with no options. That was one of the biggest issues with that bike. Not to mention the price...
The biggest issue with the Fury was the double cannon mufflers, but that was easily remedied.

Since the addition of the S & S Air Cleaner and the Samson pipes, the Fury is exactly where I want it.
 

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Went on a ride today. Beautiful Memphis Weather, cool, 70's not a cloud in the sky, nice enough for my leather jacket without sweltering. Met my Father for lunch at a nice little Taco stand called Los Tortugas...(Try them if any of you ever hit Memphis) And then escorted his car to the air port where he was headed to go on a trip. Got to really get on the open road on my bike and man....better than any therapy I've ever had to go to. I love it guys..love it.
 

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Went on a ride today. Beautiful Memphis Weather, cool, 70's not a cloud in the sky, nice enough for my leather jacket without sweltering. Met my Father for lunch at a nice little Taco stand called Los Tortugas...(Try them if any of you ever hit Memphis) And then escorted his car to the air port where he was headed to go on a trip. Got to really get on the open road on my bike and man....better than any therapy I've ever had to go to. I love it guys..love it.
Right on.. know the feeling.. Monday I took some back roads to work.. Found a nice banking curved street at 50 mph.. was a nice ride all the way there and back.. made my day..:)
 

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I've been away on business for two weeks now and can't wait to get home tomorrow and take the Fury for a ride!!!!
 
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