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    Quote Originally Posted by Slo_Rider View Post
    TacomaJD,

    For a second there, as she rounded the corner, I thought she was going to use your shelter door as a ramp!!!



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    The boy has already mentioned that he is going to be able to jump the storm shelter one day....I reminded him that he doesn't even know what 4th gear feels like yet. LOL. They both love the dirtbike, if I had a seat on the NC I'd ride around the yard with them, but seat is still at upholsterer waiting on Seat Concepts install.

    I don't know why I didn't think of this before, but I may buy a Grom for her to learn on and lower it. That would be perfect, light weight, clutch, 4 speed, streetable, cheap, fun. Found a few on Craigslist for under $2k. Then can sell it when she moves on to the Bolt. Still pondering this option.

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    Getting back to the seat height problem, I was just shopping for riding boots when I remembered that someone mentioned buying lifts.
    Wow, I think that can work. I'm planning on buying 10" or higher boots and you can get lifts pretty cheap. I don't want extremes, maybe an inch or a little more.

    https://www.amazon.com/Increase-2-La...gateway&sr=8-3

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    Enter the training bike for the wife. Undecided if we are going to sell the Bolt, but picked up this mint and modified unit already lowered for $2400. 2018 with only 1400 miles. Head ported, air/fuel controller, carbon Yoshi, swingarm extensions and lowering kit. Best deal on Craigslist. Lol

    Front is sucked down by straps, it sits higher than this.





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    Love that color. Wish the NC came that way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 670cc View Post
    Love that color. Wish the NC came that way.
    Man it looks awesome in person! We spent about 2 hours in a parking lot. She done really good, I think she is gonna catch on quickly.


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    And pics. Little thing looks badass! Lol









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    You need to buy her proper riding gear, not just the helmet. One simple tip-over in a parking lot can do a fair amount of damage. And have you enrolled her in a riding class?

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