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Old 08-15-2013, 07:50 AM   #15
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Howdy from NYC and SC and welcome to the forums! Congrats on your new rig! I'm sure your Harley approves!
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Old 08-17-2013, 01:49 PM   #17
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No cat, no problem!
Outlaws were made for haulin' Hogs!...!
...along with many other things.

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Welcome to the club. I know your Harley will love your Outlaw as much as mine does.
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Gotcha! 2997 Heritage here. I've been busy rigging up an atv winch to assist in unloading safely.
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Hey Cobra. Lived in southern Md a long time. I'm near Disney now.
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Old 08-18-2013, 05:09 AM   #21
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Gotcha! 2997 Heritage here. I've been busy rigging up an atv winch to assist in unloading safely.
I found backing out in gear with the motor not running and using the clutch as a rear wheel brake to be pretty controllable.
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I found backing out in gear with the motor not running and using the clutch as a rear wheel brake to be pretty controllable.
I found the same thing...with the bikes engine off, I use friction on both hand levers. Using the clutch lever to slow the rear wheel will help keep the front wheel from sliding.

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I found the same thing...with the bikes engine off, I use friction on both hand levers. Using the clutch lever to slow the rear wheel will help keep the front wheel from sliding.

Buell S3T and M2L.
Me too. Took ma a little practice as the brake you have to release to slip and the clutch you have to pull to release. Once I got it the two together make backing out a breeze.
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