Don't know don't care about what's on some goddam government bureaucrat mandated label that means less than the dates on food containers.What's the GVWR on that poor scooter?
Don't know don't care about what's on some goddam government bureaucrat mandated label that means less than the dates on food containers.
It hauls my 118kilos, wifeys non-dainty 73 kilos, plus a big bag of laundry and fixings up a steep dirt road hill. Or me and a decent load of firewood, there's a pic. Or just buzz into town for a pizza, park anywhere.
You and Schiavo can start a vespa snobscooter club. Oh wait there's dozens of them.
P. S. All Minarelli pieces for a Zuma50 fit the Buddy50. I'll be hitting 100kph on it before I hit 70 years old!
Well this is you just fishing .. SURE it does you just keep riding on it and you will end up with road rash or worse.Tire load ratings, yet another government bureaucrat dictated thing. If the user keeps the tire load under the "rating", does the tire last forever? Just more nanny state bullshit.
Next time you pass an entrance to one of those "ranches" whip on in on your scooter and ask if any of the "boys' want to "fire up" with a old, fat, 3/4 bald with a pigtail, Yankee liberal? That would indeed be a sight to see! Make sure to tell them before they run you off who knows maybe they will let you stay if you tell them that the Steer over there with the big balls is a tough looking hombre!You know about as much about tires as you do about military aircraft designations
Do not do that! He would show up at the door with so many pills in his mouth he would make the Yellowstone chipmunks proud and the smokestack coming out of the "boiler bong" would look like a Fletcher Class Destroyer laying down smoke!Your 138 miles from us, I told Kim it would be worth it to drive
down and beat on the door in the middle of the night yelling cops
Its a 2007 Hurricane 33h. Bought in September 2018 from a dealer, 17,XXX miles.Hey Tinhead, what year and model is that Hurricane and what do you like and dislike about it?
I may end up using it in Mexico and Canada.Think again. They are the International entry level vehicle.
Thanks for the info!Its a 2007 Hurricane 33h. Bought in September 2018 from a dealer, 17,XXX miles.
Likes- Built on the Ford F-53 platform, any parts store has anything chassis related. FORD sold a gazoolian of the V-10's with the 5 speed auto behind it.
The motor/trans handle everything satisfactorily. Loaded up towing the 6x12 trailer with Concours, scooter, and probably 400 kilos of other shit, the northern rockies around the Tetons and Yellowstone had nothing it wouldn't climb at 80kph.
Everything in the coach worked, and still does. Minimal toilet and electrical issues, the vent fan for the range is a bit wonky. Hydraulic leveling jacks, generator (replaced with new shortly after vehicle purchase, great dealer), heat and AC all no problem.
Noisy to drive, handling is shit too. Upper practical speed not much over a hundred kph. Suspension is harsh, changing lanes over a camber in the roadway is more challenging than it should be.
I may end up using it in Mexico and Canada.
Dinner interrupted, got to ask wifey-Hey Tinhead, what year and model is that Hurricane and what do you like and dislike about it?
Yep, about the same as my V-10 Superduty gets towing my little 9 to 10,000lb toyhauler.We gave up keeping track. Happy to average 33.6 liters /100km (7 farmer MPG).