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copycatting cghstrojan08, doing work

so my dad parked his 82 magna 750 a few years ago, and the carbs were leaking gas everywhere once we got it running, and some ivy grew through it from where we had it parked, so we took it to the shop to get some much needed love. Hes thinking about keeping it but my mom is giving him a real hard time to sell it, but either way nobodys buying a bike that they cant test ride

He actually has 2 of his own pickups, but his 85 f250 was at his friends house, and we didnt feel like taking the 5th wheel hitch out of his 98 silverado 1500

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i should of taken a picture of my truck bed full as hell with fire wood last weekend it was sagging a little
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working ranger = happy ranger..
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i bet it was much easier loading/unloading it in the ranger also.
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yea we measured and his silverados tailgate is 31" off the ground opposed to my trucks 26" so the trucks a little bit lower too
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magna 750 is a strong bike too! sweet pics, hope your mom lets him keep it!
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yea ive only got to ride it once my mom flipped out when i got my learners permit for motorcycles so i ended up not riding anymore while i lived at home ... once im completly out of college and maybe a few states away ill get my own bike
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