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Given that this Indian will be a new product by Polaris, do you think it will be Metric fasteners or SAE?
Does anyone without a full back HD tatoo really care?
 
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11074 said:
Given that this Indian will be a new product by Polaris, do you think it will be Metric fasteners or SAE?
Does anyone without a full back HD tatoo really care?
No .. Owning a HD got tools for both anyway ..
 
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Yes, it would be listed as a 'metric bike' just like Victory. Thank Jimmy Carter. Anyone who rejects a motorcycle based on using the most modern measuring system, is a COMPLETE MORON.

Sadly....we have plenty to go around....

Re-label all your wrenches for your HD pals, lol
 
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Do Harley owners get self conscious when they drive their late model Chev/Ford/Dodge metric pickup truck?
 
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I never thought of this when I bought my Judge. But I discovered it very quickly. 'WTF 1/4' is too big and 3/16' is too small! Holey Crap this thing is METRIC!'

Good thing I am a forward thinker - when I bought my wrench set I paid extra for the ones that do both SAE and Metric.

 

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70 today. This warm weather is just killing me. Well, I guess I'll go ride again today. Yawn, just another day in paradise. Maybe go down to Phoenix to look at palm trees. Hang out at a siewalk cafe and watch scantily clad young ladies stare at my bike. Had to put a drool towel on it. Ho hum, catch ya later
 

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I really call them snail trails but... might get in trouble for that
 
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For wrenching, I prefer metric. Everything is straight forward. sizing is simply numerical, rather than fractional mathematics.
For machining, engineering, I perfer SAE.
 

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70 today. This warm weather is just killing me. Well, I guess I'll go ride again today. Yawn, just another day in paradise. Maybe go down to Phoenix to look at palm trees. Hang out at a siewalk cafe and watch scantily clad young ladies stare at my bike. Had to put a drool towel on it. Ho hum, catch ya later
Just go to Jerome where you can cool off in the 5K plus altitude and look at tattoo'd 21 year old 'earthy girls'. I know, its going to be low 60's here in Sedona and almost border - line decision about taking any of the bikes anywhere.
Phoenix right now is perfect riding weather. Perfect.
 
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