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    Retraced the road today, it was tar snakes.....
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    It is difficult for depression to catch you if you have a fast motorcycle...

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    Got some of that action Saturday...High 80's and lots of sun...Can't avoid them in some spots...

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    We have a ton of those tar snakes around here, 95 degrees today and they seem like they are moving Click here to enlarge
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    They use some sort of crack sealer here that does not come out causing the tar snakes, but it is shiny and slippery. I try to keep the tires off them especially in corners because you will feel the bike slide a bit.

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    I will almost guarantee - lose swing arm bushings or whatever they have in there for that model.
    If there is a tour link available of any sort install that also.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Thumper 549 Click here to enlarge
    I will almost guarantee - lose swing arm bushings or whatever they have in there for that model.
    If there is a tour link available of any sort install that also.
    I put the tour link on mine but the butt wobble is still there, I'll be replacing the swing arm bushings next.

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    If you have the rubber donuts and inner rubber bushings I recommend you stay with them,
    as they isolate the engine from you.
    Aftermarket makes quite a lot of variations on the same theme.
    I would perhaps ask a non-Harley "shop what is now the best fix."?
    I know HD will only know and recommend their stuff.

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