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1/25/2018 7:38:29 AM
Posted: 7/12/2002 5:38:12 PM EST
and took a tour of their manufacturing facility. They had a shit load of sweet bikes lined up and ready to ship to their dealers. I didn't think they would allow photos so I didn't take the camera. They do allow photos so I missed out. This is the bike I fell in love with (Slammer) and it's a bargain at only $35,000! [img]http://www.americanironhorse.com/html/images/2002images/slammer6.jpg[/img] [url=www.americanironhorse.com]American Ironhorse[/url]
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Link Posted: 7/12/2002 6:07:21 PM EST
They are S&S motors and I believe that they are 107ci.
Link Posted: 7/12/2002 6:11:52 PM EST
Sorry guys. These (IMHO) are overpriced junkers. Good components, poorly assembled. Ab
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Link Posted: 7/12/2002 6:17:24 PM EST
I personally think [b][i]all[/i][/b] custom bikes like this are overpriced but the ones I looked at today looked like they were put together pretty well.
Link Posted: 7/12/2002 6:39:54 PM EST
Originally Posted By Aimless:
Originally Posted By albob: Sorry guys. These (IMHO) are overpriced junkers. Good components, poorly assembled. Ab
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That sucks-did you see one? I haven't-what was wrong w/em? Too bad, the one bunghole posted a picture of is cool looking.
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I work on them. Most problems are: brakes,(set up wrong), charging systems,(again, set up wrong),etc. The engines are also built by S&S,which is a good product but,I personally don't trust their engine assemblers. It would be better to buy an engine unassembled and have a reputable local guy assemble it. Don't get me wrong they ARE beautiful bikes,but like I mentioned I have seen MANY problems with most "aftermarket" bikes. FWIW........... AB
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