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    [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s_xbTCsJW6s&hd=1[/media]
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    Thanks for the video.Makes me think back about 27 years when I had a it465 .If you thought about the front end comeing up it did.

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    Look's like me on mine, still need to get a rear fender for a little mishap I had. Nut's to whoever say's these things won't wheelie.

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    i cant do wheelies on my tdub. nice vid

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    Quote Originally Posted by YTWTX View Post
    i cant do wheelies on my tdub. nice vid


    Yes you can, it just takes practice.

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    That was fun to watch. You should have done a wheelie in front of the Harley's instead behind! I bet the looks from the car drivers was priceless. If they saw you that is!



    Oh, with that soundtrack, you should have did a jump over a creek or river with the bridge out! giggle
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    LOL !!

    You have a counterbalance problem, you need a weight on the front.



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    Great job! Thanks for posting! Fun Fun Fun!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TK200 View Post
    Look's like me on mine, still need to get a rear fender for a little mishap I had. Nut's to whoever say's these things won't wheelie.


    I get that a lot ... especially from other TW riders. I've even had people argue with me AFTER watching my videos. I'm not sure what to tell a person who claims their bike WILL NOT do what they just watched me do on the same bike, but some people just have to be right, even when they are so clearly wrong.



    Thanks for watching.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YTWTX View Post
    i cant do wheelies on my tdub. nice vid




    Why Not?



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgobQgDHOlY&hd=1
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