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    feeling no pain.

    Finally after 5 weeks from the accident the pain is gone. @ about 90% feeling good. I only wish I can say the same for the bike. I talked with the repair shop and the bike is 3 weeks out. I getting an entire make over while it in the shop. New LED lights , paint job, radio and speakers, slip on's, main transfer cover , this waiting got me having to pull up patience's from reserve. LOL
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    Glad you are feeling better. Sorry it will be so long until you can feel the wind in your hair again.
    Last edited by Steve Southwood; 06-06-2012 at 07:15 PM.
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    Good to see the mending is about done, Dave.

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Southwood View Post
    ...Sorry it will be slow long until you can feel the wind in your hair again.
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    Good to hear you're feeling better, sorry you're healing faster than the bike.
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    it never fails dave every one i have been around that wanted to get a bike redone while its in the shop has had to wait longer than the time stated.. the insurance companies drag there feet and then when you enter in new parts to make it purtier than it get to be a mess.. but one day you have her back under your bottom again to ride
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    Good to hear Dave!
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    Good to hear you doing good and the Bike will be too. My son wrecked mine, he recovered but the bike was totaled.
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    Glad you are feeling better Dave Now sell the darn bike
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    I have to be honest here, one of the reasons I am so gung ho about the art and showing with hopes to sell is to provide for my new found HD crave.

    Thanks all. I am glad to be off them pain killers.
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    Glad to hear you are feeling better.
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