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Sales help needed!

No, I don't want to sell my LT, and that's the problem. I need to sell my WIFE of nearly 30 years on letting me keep it!

Here's the story: I recently convinced her that I should take my planned cross-country (CA to NY) ride on something other than my H-D Wide Glide by explaining the LT would be more appropriate for repeated long-distance days. With her blessing, I bought a used LT and rode it 4500+ miles in less than 2 weeks. It was great! I still prefer the Harley for day and weekend trips, but would take some more extended rides if I still had the LT. The problem is, in order to get her approval to buy the LT, I had to promise to sell it in the spring!

I'm good for a few months here in upstate NY while we wait out the snow and cold, but what can I say to her in March to convince her I should keep it when she's expecting me to put it up for sale ? She's tough and smart, but fair, if that helps...And no, she doesn't ride with me.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

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post #2 of 42 Old Nov 30th, 2005, 8:12 pm
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Just get her on the back of the LT and then the WideGlide ride more than 50 miles on each machine and then abide by her decision. My guess is that the WideGlide will be for sale!

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My advice would be to tell her that now that you've had a chance to live with the LT, you need to keep it! Every man needs at least two motorcycles... it's only fair!

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I don't no a single woman that won't fall in love with those heated seats on a cool night. Your problem will then be, how do you sell her on keeping the H-D? Of course, come spring you could put the LT up for sale. Priced appropriately at about $15,000.
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For starter you have the best bike ('99 Canyon Red)
You may want to emphasize the safety features of the LT, i.e. ABS and a front suspension that won't allow a nose dive under hard braking, that will bring back home safely... She may see your point there... and make you sell the HD
Or you can show her numbers, such as discounted insurance rates because you have more than 1 bike, etc...
You could also tell her that you now hang out with people like us instead of the dreaded HD crowd in their T-shirt, beard, and pot-bellies. Sometimes Cliches and stereotyping can work to your advantage...
Your point however is that you want to keep both bikes... so forget everything I wrote!!!

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I agree with S2Dog. If she doesn't ride she will never see the need for 2 motorcycles. Try begging!
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If you can afford it, keep it. Tell wifey that your motorcycles are offsetting your heart attack risk factors, and that is all the reason you need to keep them both.
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No, I don't want to sell my LT, and that's the problem. I need to sell my WIFE of nearly 30 years on letting me keep it!

She's tough and smart, but fair, if that helps...And no, she doesn't ride with me.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

Bill
She doesn't ride with you at all?

hmmm there is a good start, find her passions (which i'm sure you well know at 30 yrs with her)


either take her on the bike with you while doing her favorite stuff, or just surprise her with a trip to someplace she would really love to go with or without the bike in mind

Maybe pack a special picnic basket up, convince her to go off on a day ride with you, find some fantastic views and break out a bottle of fancy wine with a sweet lunch you made all on your own <g>

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heheheh this should be good, I saw plenty of T-shirts pot bellies and beards at CCR <g>

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If she doesn't ride she will never see the need for 2 motorcycles. Try begging!
Or...I once heard of a guy that had a wife that wanted him to sell his second bike. So, he went out and bought a third! From then on, she didn't seem to mind him having ONLY two bikes!
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I'll never forget the time when I was at my dad's office. He owned a truck company and this guy was looking at buying a vehicle. He took if for a test drive and loved it. He comes back into the office and says to my dad " I love the truck, I'm gonna go home and check to see if it's OK with my wife" My dad then says, "well let me go home and check with my wife to see if it's OK to sell it to you"
The guy signed the papers right there and drove it home.

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Prospector,

If you can aford it, just keep them both. My insurance for the HD is over twice that of the BMW. You have to get her riding! My wife was over 50 when she took her first ride. Just take it easy on a warm day. My wife agrees that the Alaska trip was one of a lifetime. If it were warmer, we could stop by to help twist your wifes' arm.

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"The problem is, in order to get her approval to buy the LT, I had to promise to sell it in the spring!"

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"The problem is, in order to get her approval to buy the LT, I had to promise to sell it in the spring!"
You can also tell her that after paying so much sales tax on the bike it would be foolish to sell a few months later...
Women understand finance...!

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More simple still....er, hopefully....Just after you get the LT, Rev things up in the bedroom!! She'll equate your renewed or increased libido directly to the purchase. No way will she make you sell!
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Sell it and get the 2006. You'll have kept your promise to her and have fewer miles on the bike you'll end up putting the most miles on!!!!!!

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Hey, I had the same problem when I bought the R1150GS. The deal was that I would get rid of the Wide Glide or the GS in one year. As it turned out, I got to keep all three. She loves the LT vs. the Wide Glide for 2-up and wouldn't let me get rid of it. They are really three very different bikes. Besides, I told her that I had far too much invested in Harley clothing and accessories to get rid of it (had it five years before I got my first BMW).

Good luck on keeping both of them.

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How about arranging for all the nearby LT owners to show up at your house and everyone goes for a ride, chatting up the safety issues, uniqueness of the bike, creature comforts, resale value, yadda yadda yadda...

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Okay, I have figured it out for you and it is incredibly easy.


1. Make reservations for CCR
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2. Tell her that you really need to keep the LT for the Reunion. <EG>
3. Once she meets all of the nice people, believe me she will NEVER let you sell that beautiful bike.
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These threads always crack me up. It was ME that didn't want such a big bike and my wife was the one who hounded me for days to buy it. I originally wanted an RT and told the salesman 3 times I did not want to test the LT. I finally agreed just to shut him up. We didn't make it out of the parking lot on the test ride and my wife was hiting me on the shoulder saying "we have got to have one of these". Hell, she even helped pay for it. Of course I am glad we bought it.

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Alternatively one can get the Paul Sayegh "How to sell your spouse on buying/keeping a BMW K1200 LT (all years)" instructional video!!!

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I say Cry and Beg. Most real women can't stand to see a man cry. Good Luck. For what it's worth, I had a HD Ultra Classic and LT. Finally got rid of Harley. Good Luck.
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I am 64 years old and have found over the years and going through more women than I care to mention, that it is much easier to get forgivness than it is to get permission. Keep everything you have and she will (eventually) forgive you. Gud luk.
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Tell her you're thinking about taking up skydiving (or something she considers dangerous). Then slowly come to compromise on keeping the LT and not taking up the more dangerous hobby. Followup with a nice gift so she knows you appreciate her concern.

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My "stuff" is always for sale, I just price it a bit beyond YOUR reach. Momma knows I don't like to lose money, and will not sell something for less than I deem "it's worth".....
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Ooooohhhh! And I thought I was getting in trouble for bringing up dirty T-shirts, beards, and pot-bellies...
Oh boy...are you gonna get it now from them bi (Beemer/Harley)

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Get her favorite cd, take her on a nice country road with beautiful scenery, stop and have a NICE dinner, go home and.....you know.

Next ride, take her to some garage sales, shopping, somewhere and something SHE loves to do.

Keep repeating the above till she enjoys it.

At the least, you will be able to get some riding in until you have to sell the LT!!!!!!!

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No, I don't want to sell my LT, and that's the problem. I need to sell my WIFE of nearly 30 years on letting me keep it!

Here's the story: I recently convinced her that I should take my planned cross-country (CA to NY) ride on something other than my H-D Wide Glide by explaining the LT would be more appropriate for repeated long-distance days. With her blessing, I bought a used LT and rode it 4500+ miles in less than 2 weeks. It was great! I still prefer the Harley for day and weekend trips, but would take some more extended rides if I still had the LT. The problem is, in order to get her approval to buy the LT, I had to promise to sell it in the spring!

I'm good for a few months here in upstate NY while we wait out the snow and cold, but what can I say to her in March to convince her I should keep it when she's expecting me to put it up for sale ? She's tough and smart, but fair, if that helps...And no, she doesn't ride with me.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

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Simple answer: When March comes trade your LT in on a new 06 LT. That way you've kept your promise and you still have an LT.

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Ooooohhhh! And I thought I was getting in trouble for bringing up dirty T-shirts, beards, and pot-bellies...
Oh boy...are you gonna get it now from them bi (Beemer/Harley)

yes you are in trouble you non riding low mileage bmw owner

Bwhahahahahah, sometimes I crack myself up

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Y'all are funny! I concur with Tom (tmg) and Coni, you gotta smooze your wife with CCR06 (spas, wine, horse rides, N Ga. mountains, beautiful people), picnics on your LT (you know you can carry the stuff!)!

If all of that fails, DON'T TAKE NO FOR AN ANSWER OR FIND SOME OTHER HONEY THAT LIKES BIKES! LOL

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