Life's a Drag PG2 the further evolution of Belle

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    Re: Life's a Drag SHE'S FINISHED NOW!

    Its you in drag we are 'worried' about............. :eek:
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    Re: Life's a Drag SHE'S FINISHED NOW!

    You should be!!! That would be a scary site!!!!! :shock:
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    Re: Life's a Drag SHE'S FINISHED NOW!

    Really scary since you live in Savannah :shock:
    For those of you who don't understand go read Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.

    Just saw this post and had to respond....
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    Re: Life's a Drag SHE'S FINISHED NOW!

    In prep for the Tour De Fat, I decided to add a few more mods to the old girl. I discovered in Tn. that if you hit a bump my home bent seatpost would bend even more so I reinforced it a little bit
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    Some grips might actually be nice on a long ride.
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    and when it is really hot out a little water is nice to have
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    Funny how something slapped together for such a single minded reason has turned out to be so great to ride.

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