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Old 10-07-2011
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Saw OB1 posted his Wing so thought I would do the same.

The wife used to ride with me, but this year wanted her own and she ended up with a 2009 Boulevard and got her license in January. Well, I was going to downsize and go to a regular cruiser but then ended up in the hospital for Cancer for my Birthday. Well after I got out and a little healed, she told me the kids had hipped in to get me the new Scorpion "transformer" helmet I wanted. We got there and my new dream was set up and ready for the ride home!!! What a B-Day present!

2006 Goldwing with ABS and Nav. The wife and I have also recently joined the Patriot Guard Riders, time to give back a little more!! Thanks for looking and listenin to me Jabber.














With my 1985 Caboose trailer





And this is after I put on the trailer hitch and had ZJFabn build a cooler rack for me

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I also picked up a trailer for hauling both our bikes behind the 5th wheel or just to other places to ride, but as is the case with my flatbed, if anyone broke down on their bike and needed to get it home or to the shop, I can get the trailer out and help!!









And a quick shot of the wifes bike when we brough tit home. Has bags and lights on it now, really need to get more pics!!

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Installed red LED lights in the trunk of the goldwing that are activated thru a mercury style switch when the trunk is opened.
This way it won't be so bright at night. The stock light, that white rectangle at the back of the trunk, is white and kind of blinding when opened at night.

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They all look great! The red trunk light is a great idea too.
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