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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-12-2004, 01:08 PM Thread Starter
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Torque in the mail

Just got my magazine.........what do you fellow Triumph owners think about it?

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I got mine about 2 days ago...

What do I think about it? I think that the intrest rates on the new Daytona 600 are making me consider a new bike. I keep looking at that bike....




.... and drooooooooooooooooooooling!




Lets see.... 2.9% for 48 months or 3.9% for 60 months? Descisions, decisions...
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Re: Torque in the mail

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Just got my magazine.........what do you fellow Triumph owners think about it?
it simular to other manufacture's magazines like Harleys Enthusist or hog tales ,once in a while an intresting story,a lot of product advertising,and some good pictures.

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I've had my picture in that rag before. They won't give me a feature. This year at deals gap I'm rideing nude to protest. Hahahahaha.

It is okay, lots of fantasy (for me anyway) roadtrips and some nice write ups on bike of the past. I use it more for the calender of raids then anything.

Garry, you need to submit something about the PGH. Riverrat pack. There are more Triumph riders in this area then you and I know of.
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Garry, you need to submit something about the PGH. Riverrat pack. There are more Triumph riders in this area then you and I know of.
I did send stuff for this issue, but it evidently missed the deadline. I wasn't on the double-secret mailing list the RAT coordinator (Jim Callahan) uses, so I had no idea when the deadlines were. I'm on the mailing list now.

We got listed in the New Packs section of the previous issue though and I'll definately have stuff submitted way in advance for the next one (deadline is mid-April).

I'm hoping to get more support and interest from the shop now that KLRBE is running it. He wanted to get something started last year, but I guess GTR got his attention instead.

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His wife slapping him upside his head got the most of his attention. Hahahahaha, I'm straight midnight shift now so I'll be around to jion in. My oldest is spending two months this summer in Col. and Mo. so I won't have soccer games to attend. Yippeee more riding time!
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I did send stuff for this issue, but it evidently missed the deadline. I wasn't on the double-secret mailing list the RAT coordinator (Jim Callahan) uses, so I had no idea when the deadlines were. I'm on the mailing list now.


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Heck Garry you have to tape a pound coin to the top of the Article or they won't print it .That and the secret handshake will get it in every time,(oh and don't admit to knowing Teabagger,all those dear penthouse letters he sends in upset em)

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