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Since 600-650's are do it all machines .......

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.........What's you best do it all day on one?

Mine is .............I rode it on a Saturday 70 miles to Blackwood NJ, took the tail and headlight off, whipped on the # plate in my nap sack (I hate how they look with out something there), motoed it a on a sand track for a few hours, put it back together and headed for the shore, camped out a day and came home on Sunday.

It served me well that day and it's not a pig either :thumbsup:

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My best on my dual sported 650R is 200 miles in one day in southern Alabama. Jeep trails, dirt roads, gravel roads and pavement. Thank god for my Renazco seat :thumbsup:

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My best on my dual sported 650R is 200 miles in one day in southern Alabama. Jeep trails, dirt roads, gravel roads and pavement. Thank god for my Renazco seat :ride:

What's a Renazco seat? :thumbsup:

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How much higher do you sit now? The only pic I've seen of one looked like the foam was much thicker than stock. That's great for the tush, but us shorties can't give up any leg reach.Got a lowering link coming but I think when I get the right springs for my 250lbs I'm going to be back in the clouds.

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Lessee, hillclimb up an old ski hill, mud crossings, grass-track, rocky rooty quad-trail, bustin' trail-less boonies, bunch of nice bar-bustin' single-track, quarry hillclimb, pipelines, powerlines, passin' harleys at 80 on the interstate on the way back.

I think the 'terror-flex' weave made 'em a bit queasy, none of 'em passed me back.

Dave

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