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ya I understand...I don't think synamdammit or nbsdave do though
I understand. And it still was not implied.
Maybe synam and I don't care? Makes no difference to me.
Enjoy what you ride, that's all.
I love bikes, all kinds.
I haven't had "about" 60, maybe a dozen over the last 60 years.
 

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I understand. And it still was not implied.
Maybe synam and I don't care? Makes no difference to me.
Enjoy what you ride, that's all.
I love bikes, all kinds.
I haven't had "about" 60, maybe a dozen over the last 60 years.
no you don't understand...it was implied about selling the 500 he just bought

nice segway too..."Maybe synam and I don't care? Makes no difference to me."


follow along closely

synnamdammit said (based on another post with heading "Question for 1100 Owners"...go read it)
i guess your 500 1100 comparison is a moot point

Nailz said
Not sure what you mean?

synnamdammit said
you bought a 500 12 hours ago and are thinking about selling it?

Nailz said
You're implying I only have one motorcycle...
And I never said I wanted to sell my Rebel...

Nailz has other bikes

so yes synnamdammit is implying Nailz has only one bike...the 500 he bought 12 hrs ago and now is wondering if he's thinking of selling it

in the other post "Question for 1100 Owners" Nailz said "I'm curious how the 1100 seating position compares to a 500? I have been to a few Honda dealerships and they didn't have an 1100 in stock at the time so I haven't had the opportunity to sit on one. I assume the DCT and non-DCT are similar seating wise? I might sell my current bike and I like the Rebel line.

Thanks!"

it's real simple to follow along...Nailz said I might sell my current bike not the Rebel 500 he just bought
 

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Thank you rws! Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!

As for how many bikes I've owned, 60 is rookie numbers to some folks. If you have the mechanical skills, parts finding skills, cash, and access to a vehicle capable of towing, look at copart.com - thousands of motorcycles for sale that are just looking for a little love!

A very good friend of mine has bought and sold 100's of motorcycles and the vast majority of them are from the site listed above. I've bought bikes from him that he bought there, but I'm not that deep into it. I enjoy tinkering and riding and since moving, I no longer have the garage space for more than two motorcycles at a time.
 

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my bad, i thought you only had the 500
 
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