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    Junior Member JerryW's Avatar
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    Did a lot of reading here, saw the weight limits, but no pics or info, so can you fit 2 people on one of these.

    I also plan on using it as a toad for a RV.



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    Yes.. My wife Says it's more comfortable than our sv650 and the rear doesn't really sag that much. Well we are asain sized people I'm 150lbs and she 110lbs. There are people that weigh more than both of us that ride

    These little goats around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Small's View Post
    Yes.. My wife Says it's more comfortable than our sv650 and the rear doesn't really sag that much. Well we are asain sized people I'm 150lbs and she 110lbs. There are people that weigh more than both of us that ride

    These little goats around.


    I weight more then both of them put together and mine gets around great!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Small's View Post
    There are people that weigh more than both of us that ride


    I must be one of those people that weigh more than both of you. But I'm working on it...downward that is!



    But that's why I have a smaller passenger!







    Seriously though, not very comfortable or safe for that matter with a larger person like me. I'm close enough to the "cargo" weight limit as it is.

    Hidden Content A ride in the woods helps me relax and release tension. The fact I'm dragging a body should be entirely irrelevant?

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    The wife and I have rode two-up many time and we both are....healthy. That said the Dub has hauled our....healthy rumps around with no problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by admiral View Post
    I must be one of those people that weigh more than both of you. But I'm working on it...downward that is!



    But that's why I have a smaller passenger!







    Seriously though, not very comfortable or safe for that matter with a larger person like me. I'm close enough to the "cargo" weight limit as it is.



    Admiral, if Chevyluver ever holds a "happiest TW rider" or "biggest smile while Tdubbing" photo contest you win hands down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by admiral View Post
    I must be one of those people that weigh more than both of you. But I'm working on it...downward that is!



    But that's why I have a smaller passenger!







    Seriously though, not very comfortable or safe for that matter with a larger person like me. I'm close enough to the "cargo" weight limit as it is.



    What keeps the dog from falling off ?



    Oh and nice helmet!

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    Cowdogs figger stuff out.



    I can explain it to you, but I can't understand it for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoneriderAZ View Post
    What keeps the dog from falling off ?


    What Lizrdbrth said.



    Plus she don't ride with me if I going some place where I might go over 20 mph. And boy is she mad when I leave her at home!





    As far as a helmet goes, you can't see my smile when I'm wearing one!



    But, I do wear one when I'm not posing for pictures, just ask Truelight and Roadjanitor, I swear. They'll vouch for me.



    Well, guess it depends on which helmet I'm wearing if you can see me smiling!



    Hidden Content A ride in the woods helps me relax and release tension. The fact I'm dragging a body should be entirely irrelevant?

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