You really need to ride an LT yourself and make the call! Everyone has opinions...! What are yours. Some who test ride an LT hate it, many fall in love for the first time.drrcnelson said:I am considering the purchase of a 2007 LT. I am concerned about the notes about low speed handling and lack of low speed torque and high center of gravity. I have had an Ultraclassic HD in the past without difficulty. Any thoughts?
I didn't give up my Harley when I got the LT. Harley hasn't been ridden much in the six or so weeks since I've had the LT, but it is a new toy, and the HArley isn't a lot of fun in the cold!jvalny said:I have owned two Harleys. An Ultra and a a classic. I currently own a 2005 LT. Although I still enjoy the harley Ride, I find that the LT is a better handling
bike and safer. Low speed maneuvering is no problem with the Lt once you adjust to the bike. Good Luck. Hey, why not have both rides
Get a nice long test ride, you will come back and sign the papers. Don't worry, the dealer will have a pen you can use.drrcnelson said:I want to thank all of you for your input. I guess it is time to move up.
Great used bikes will be around for years to come unless the rest of the bike world catches on to the magic. "IF" I buy another bike in modern time after my Y2K "wears out" LOL, I'll take my knowledge of the bike and get an updated one. Can't see a time where at least one LT isn't in the stall.KYchris02 said:a brand new LT sounds great... but there are some really cherry used LTs out there that the sellers know every last detail about. my point is a real nice used LT with all the farkles is not such a bad deal. just my opinion... but for half the cost of an 07, a little shopping can find a lot of bike for the $$$ and ... if you don't like the weight or other facet... it's less of a financial risk...