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Ahhh Crap
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So to recap it's not attractive, not fast, doesn't handle very well, difficult to ride, gets lousy gas mileage, parts are tough to find, aftermarket support is zero, doesn't fit in any garage, tires cost a fortune and the list goes on but, it's the heaviest.

I think I could have come up with a better use for a tank engine.
 

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Carbon Based Life Form
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When I was a teen my grandpa's neighbor had a street legal tank with tires he would drive in parades and to the VFW hall on special occasions. Bill said it was his pleasure when the inevitable cop would pull him over to rotate the turret and lower the gun barrel at the police car as he emerged from the vehicle. Ah those were the good old days!
 

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jerkybear's Vulcan
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Hey, I wonder what the dude would do if he had to lay it down? Does the word "squish" come to mind. But really, I don't know if he would have to worry about a collision, what is big enough to cause him to worry about anything, but a big rig.
 

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Patriot Guardian
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17ft long, 7'6" tall....

Wonder if I could get it through my garage door with apes on it?
 

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jerkybear's Vulcan
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I was thinking, 17ft long is pretty long to put in a garage and close the door.But you probably would have knocked the door off putting the bike in there and probably added a little head clearance. Soooooooo, it would probably fit. ;)
 

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In the picture this looks like a trike. But if it is a bike (two wheels), how does he get on and off it, and stop without it falling over? He can't possibly be able to put his feet down.
 

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Patriot Guardian
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I was thinking, 17ft long is pretty long to put in a garage and close the door.But you probably would have knocked the door off putting the bike in there and probably added a little head clearance. Soooooooo, it would probably fit. ;)
It's close, but most garages are 20ft deep, single car are usually 10ft wide.
 
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