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Got this site from my big boss who is a Harley nut. He likes to rub Harley crap in my face. Any idea how to respond??

http://users.rio.com/tynda/Page118.html

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Re: Broken BMW web site...........

Not real...

Why?

There is not even one mention of Rear drive failure.....

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Got this site from my big boss who is a Harley nut. He likes to rub Harley crap in my face. Any idea how to respond??

http://users.rio.com/tynda/Page118.html

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Re: Broken BMW web site...........

My response.

It's obvious from the grammer, punctuation, and spelling used that in fact this was written by a lifelong Harley rider.


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Re: Broken BMW web site...........

Can Harley's do this ?

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Re: Broken BMW web site...........

Three lines, to be delivered quickly (before getting out of Dodge ):

"So you gave me a link to a site identifying problems on a dozen or so BMWs -- out of the more than 1 million that have been built.

"What's the matter, afraid to send me the link to the equivalent Hardley-Ableson page?

"Or is it so long that my Internet connection will time out before the page finishes downloading??"


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Re: Broken BMW web site...........

Why waste your time? Most of that data is 15 - 20 years old and wholly irrelevant to current models. Just because the bikes he likes to ride are based on 80 year old technology doesn't mean everyone is stuck in the past.

Or that could be your response.

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Re: Broken BMW web site...........

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Can Harley's do this ?

Thank you for the link. I foward him that............

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Harley-Davidson: The most efficient way to convert gasoline into noise
without the adverse side effect of horsepower

Did you know 95% of all Harleys are still on the road?
The other 5% actually made it home.

What's the cheapest way to get another 50hp from your Harley? Trade it
in on a Suzuki.

Why don't Harley riders sit on their bikes when the sidestands are down?
They're afraid to lean over that far.

What's the difference between a Harley and a Harley owner's home? The
Harley costs more and has fewer wheels.

How do you know you're riding a Harley?
While coming off an exit-ramp you get passed by a Vespa.

Why don't Harley riders wave at sportbike riders?
Because they don't want to drop their tools.

How do you know all the aftermarket parts you bought for your Harley are
worth the money? You finally break into the 15's in the qu arter mile.

What do you call a group of Harley Owners with a collective IQ of 120?
Sturgis!

How do Harley engineers tell if a bike is worthy of the Harley name?
They check to make sure the exhaust noise in decibels exceeds the
horsepower rating.

Why don't Harley owners smile?
Once you realized you got conned into paying $25,000 for an outdated
piece of $#!+ would YOU be smiling?

Why do Harleys have fringe?
So you can tell if they're moving.

How is a Harley Davidson like an old dog?
They both like to ride in the back of pickup trucks.

How do you know your Harley is handling great?
You can almost keep up with the logging trucks when you're riding in the
canyons.

What is the difference between a Harley Davidson and an old dog? The
dog can get in the back of the pickup by itself.

Why couldn't the Harley mechanic repair the doorknob?
Some things just can't be fixed with only a hammer and duct tape.< BR>
What's the difference between a Harley taken to Daytona on a trailer
and one that's being ridden there? The one on the trailer is going about
30mph faster.

Why do all Harley owners have trailers? So they can go around corners
faster!

Where can you find the world's largest collection of Harley jokes? On
the showroom of the Harley mega-store in Milwaukee. (Alternate answer:
At Sturgis)

You know you're a Harley rider if...

..you're unable to let your bike simply IDLE at a stop light.

..you confuse the word "character" with the more accurate term
"engineering flaws".

.."water cooled" means standing on the side of the road, in the rain,
waiting for a wrecker.


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Re: Broken BMW web site...........

WOW lots of one liners there!
now I have 2 weeks of one liners to send to the harley guys....

THE short attention span gets em every time...

Maybe IF I Space the words farther they can read faster

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Re: Broken BMW web site...........

Print this and leave copies of it eveywhere!
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Print this and leave copies of it eveywhere!
Awesome, make copies and slide one under the door this AM. Thanks

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Re: Broken BMW web site...........

Incredible, one of the first things "they" always go to is the made in America BS.
I think of it as a Harley fan playing "the race card"

In 1964 the first Sportster was fitted with electric start, a Hitachi starter.
Most of the electronics on all of today's Harley's are Japan/Taiwanese.
The front (lower) forks are made by Showa.

You can go into any HD dealer ship and buy genuine HD replacement parts made in Taiwan.
(I just tried to buy some valves last week) American made ones don't exist unless you go S&S.

I don't know about now (I lost interest in keeping track) but when the Evo first came out
the wheels and the rocker box covers had made in Brazil stamped into them,
The first Evo's had a "clothespin" type of spring in the transmission that would break, it was only a two dollar spring but you had to remove all the gears and the transmission main shaft to get to it.
Evinrude cast the first Evo cylinder heads.

You could go on and on,
bottom line the HD brand has many more "jap" parts than your BMW.


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Re: Broken BMW web site...........

Play a game with him. Called "Find the Harley." Here's the finishers of the 2009 IBR, find the Harley.

1 Jim Owen BMW R1200RT 12,706 miles 139,833 points
2 Jeff Earls BMW K1200GT 12,153 miles 136,090 points
3 Eric Jewell Honda ST1300 12,090 miles 130,338 points
4 Chris Sakala BMW R1200RT 12,238 miles 126,481 points
5 Greg Marbach Yamaha FJR1300 11,931 miles 122,021 points
6 Mike Hutsal Honda ST1300 11,321 miles 117,843 points
7 Rick Miller Honda Gold Wing 11,388 miles 114,326 points
8 Bob Lilley BMW K1200LT 12,268 miles 111,836 points
9 Ken Meese BMW K1200GT 11,047 miles 111,129 points
10 Peter Behm Yamaha FJR1300 11,891 miles 109,350 points
11 Michael Evans Yamaha FJR1300 11,535 miles 109,020 points
12 Roger Sinclair Kaw. Concours14 12,365 miles 108,903 points
13 Matt Watkins Yamaha FJR1300 12,502 miles 108,653 points
14 Andy Mills Victory Vision 11,410 miles 108,314 points
15 Dick Peek Yamaha FJR1300 11,401 miles 107,138 points
16 Rick Sauter Honda Gold Wing 10,282 miles 106,003 points
17 John Jordan BMW R1150GS 10,302 miles 105,321 points
18 Brian Jack BMW R1150GS 12,629 miles 105,231 points
19 Mark Crane BMW R1200GS 11,378 miles 104,405 points
20 Nancy Oswald BMW R1200GS 11,005 miles 103,800 points
21 Andy Kirby Honda ST1300 12,135 miles 103,343 points
22 Chuck Gittner BMW K1200LT 12,669 miles 100,692 points
23 John Langan Honda Gold Wing 10,858 miles 99,120 points
24 Gerhard Memmen-Krueger Honda Gold Wing 9,968 miles 98,643 points
25 Kevin Lechner Honda ST1300 12,001 miles 97,279 points
26 Joseph Leggett BMW R1200GSA 10,361 miles 96,993 points
27 Wendy Crockett Yamaha FJR1300 10,500 miles 96,033 points
28 Bill Thweatt Honda ST1300 10,724 miles 95,251 points
29 Buford Neely Yamaha FJR1300 9,939 miles 95,073 points
30 Bill Wade BMW R1200GS 9,864 miles 94,594 points
31 Paul Allison Honda Gold Wing 9,642 miles 94,515 points
32 Tom/Rosie Sperry Honda Gold Wing 10,233 miles 94,304 points
33 Bob St. George Yamaha FJR1300 9,613 miles 94,266 points
34 Kevin Healey Triumph Trophy 9,569 miles 94,222 points
35 Chris McGaffin Yamaha FJR1300 10,088 miles 93,007 points
36 Jeff/Milinda Bakker Honda Gold Wing 10,110 miles 92,888 points
37 Greg Rice Honda Gold Wing 10,962 miles 92,614 points
38 George Barnes BMW K1200LT 11,146 miles 91,234 points
39 Dennis Powell Honda Gold Wing 10,342 miles 91,071 points
40 Art Garvin Honda Gold Wing 9,992 miles 90,992 points
41 Bo Griffin BMW R1200GSA 9,829 miles 89,967 points
42 Dave Biasotti BMW R1150RT 10,322 miles 89,814 points
43 Jim Frens Honda Gold Wing 11,514 miles 89,199 points
44 Vance Keeney BMW K1200GT 9,440 miles 89,155 points
45 Terry Neale Yamaha FJR1300 9,861 miles 88,412 points
46 Jeff/Carol Fremder BMW R1150RT 9,282 miles 88,225 points
47 Brian Roberts Honda ST1300 9,756 miles 88,172 points
48 Jerry White Yamaha FJR1300 8,836 miles 87,978 points
49 Terry/Linda Lahman Honda Gold Wing 9,474 miles 87,341 points
50 Steve Short Honda Gold Wing 10,981 miles 86,695 points
51 Bob Elliot BMW R1200GS 8,645 miles 85,813 points
52 David Porter Yamaha FJR1300 9,400 miles 84,429 points
53 Jim Mulcahy Yamaha FJR1300 9,546 miles 83,969 points
54 Chris Whitmore Yamaha FJR1300 9,228 miles 83,633 points
55 Rick Neeley Honda Gold Wing 9,533 miles 83,481 points
56 Winston Oxley BMW R1100RS 10,700 miles 82,957 points
57 Maura Gatensby Honda ST1300 9,436 miles 82,629 points
58 Barry Bertram Suzuki RE5 9,948 miles 81,855 points
59 Bob Collin BMW R1200RT 9,440 miles 81,197 points
60 Joel Rappoport BMW R60/6 10,554 miles 81,106 points
61 David Bourdeaux Honda Gold Wing 9,244 miles 81,090 points
62 Jacques Titolo Kawasaki ZX12R 9,527 miles 80,680 points
63 Jennyfer Audet Honda CBR1100XX 9,525 miles 80,680 points
64 Doug Webb BMW R1200GSA 8,343 miles 80,131 points
65 Richard Buber BMW R1150RT 11,401 miles 79,721 points
66 Bob/Sylvie Torter BMW K1200GT 9,456 miles 79,144 points
67 Thane Silliker Honda ST1100 10,159 miles 78,967 points
68 Glenn Pancoast BMW R1200RT 9,237 miles 78,945 points
69 Tom Loftus Honda ST1300 9,718 miles 78,089 points
70 Margaret Peart BMW R1200GS 9,502 miles 77,272 points

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Hi John , Eric & Gail Haws have been around the world on there BMW motorcycle . Some of the trips that they have taken were brutal .

Here is a link to more info on them http://users.rio.com/tynda/Page1.html.html . They have links to some of there trip on that page , like http://users.rio.com/tynda/rtrr.html

Eric Haws was a member of the original BMW GS club ( I was #88) . It was run by Turkey Tom at ,( I think ) Two Wheels Only campground . He was selling copies of there home moves of there trip TWO UP ACROSS SIBERIA AND RUSSIA , ACROSS SCANDANVIA AND ICELAND, & a few others thru the GS newsletter . I got a copy from him , they are a little long , & the sound could use a little help . But there trip was in the order of a long way around , except they were on there owen . No chace truck , no camera guy , no nothing ,& they did it East to West . It looks like you can still get copies of there trips at http://users.rio.com/tynda/Page78.html .

I got a post card from Him that he sent from Tasmania Australia , back in '95 . Anyway... Try telling your boss to try any of there trips on a Harley .

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Re: Broken BMW web site...........

Ron, or anyone else,

Do you have a collection like this for the Goldwing? A very good friend of mine rides a Goldwing and agonizes me everytime I have to repair or replace something.


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Harley-Davidson: The most efficient way to convert gasoline into noise
without the adverse side effect of horsepower

Did you know 95% of all Harleys are still on the road?
The other 5% actually made it home.

What's the cheapest way to get another 50hp from your Harley? Trade it
in on a Suzuki.

Why don't Harley riders sit on their bikes when the sidestands are down?
They're afraid to lean over that far.

What's the difference between a Harley and a Harley owner's home? The
Harley costs more and has fewer wheels.

How do you know you're riding a Harley?
While coming off an exit-ramp you get passed by a Vespa.

Why don't Harley riders wave at sportbike riders?
Because they don't want to drop their tools.

How do you know all the aftermarket parts you bought for your Harley are
worth the money? You finally break into the 15's in the qu arter mile.

What do you call a group of Harley Owners with a collective IQ of 120?
Sturgis!

How do Harley engineers tell if a bike is worthy of the Harley name?
They check to make sure the exhaust noise in decibels exceeds the
horsepower rating.

Why don't Harley owners smile?
Once you realized you got conned into paying $25,000 for an outdated
piece of $#!+ would YOU be smiling?

Why do Harleys have fringe?
So you can tell if they're moving.

How is a Harley Davidson like an old dog?
They both like to ride in the back of pickup trucks.

How do you know your Harley is handling great?
You can almost keep up with the logging trucks when you're riding in the
canyons.

What is the difference between a Harley Davidson and an old dog? The
dog can get in the back of the pickup by itself.

Why couldn't the Harley mechanic repair the doorknob?
Some things just can't be fixed with only a hammer and duct tape.< BR>
What's the difference between a Harley taken to Daytona on a trailer
and one that's being ridden there? The one on the trailer is going about
30mph faster.

Why do all Harley owners have trailers? So they can go around corners
faster!

Where can you find the world's largest collection of Harley jokes? On
the showroom of the Harley mega-store in Milwaukee. (Alternate answer:
At Sturgis)

You know you're a Harley rider if...

..you're unable to let your bike simply IDLE at a stop light.

..you confuse the word "character" with the more accurate term
"engineering flaws".

.."water cooled" means standing on the side of the road, in the rain,
waiting for a wrecker.

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It appears that the information listed is relative to BMW models, which were in production 10 or more years ago. Comparing 1980- 1995 vintage BMW's to Harleys should be revealing, at least.
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Quote:
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My response.

It's obvious from the grammer, punctuation, and spelling used that in fact this was written by a lifelong Harley rider.


John
I was a lifelong Harley rider before I bought my first BMW last October, so it pains me to point out to you that there is no "e" in grammar.

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You forgot...

What do you call a Harley that doesn't leak oil?
Empty!

Why do Harley owners love chrome?
Makes the parts easier to find when they fall off.

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