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Yukoner here

moparnewport2501

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Hello, Found the page while shopping for parts for my new wife. Quick summary - My name is Justin, I live up in Watson Lake, Yukon, Canada. While Im not new to riding, this is the first cruise/street bike Ive had; came over from dirt and softail style bikes. I picked up this old gal from some friends in Edmonton - the trip was a mess, but got the bike home in one piece. Like any vintage gal she needs some TLC; however she's in good hands; Im an auto mechanic by trade so I at least know what the difference between imperial and metric is. Anywho, Ill be perusing the forums; my goal is to keep this bike stock and in good long distance cruising trim.
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Bud

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Welcome! The C10 is the best cold weather bike I have ever had. If you want to turn the heater up, and don't mind the work, remove the heat shields inside the plastics. The factory fairing extensions should be high on the list of farkles. Once you get it back up in shape, it will be rock solid reliable.
 
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