Mothra35 wrote:gobium wrote:Check ground on battery and engine ground connection
ON a side note, how does the son like the ride with the windshield, I put mine on but haven't rode anyone yet in it with the windshield installed...has he rode with in removed..if so does he like it better or worse??
tx2sturgis wrote:Glad you're having fun....It sounds like you're putting in a lot of saddle-time and I cant see any of your pics but if you still have the factory stock stepped bench saddle, you might want to look into the Ural Enduro Bench or the tractor style solo saddle...either one are WAY more comfy than the stock stepped bench.
Burt1713 wrote:I'm going to have to add my own (mis-)adventure story. I am a Ural noob, but have been riding motorcycle for over twenty years. I have always used the trip odometer as a fuel gauge and had calculated that 200km would not be a problem. I was commuting to and from work with the Ural and on the way to work my low fuel light started to flash. When I arrived at work the fuel light was on continuously. Since I still was well under my limit of 200km and since I don't trust low fuel lights I decided to ride the bike home after work (25 miles). Just outside of my hometown I was out of gas so I had to call my wife to bring a gas can. When I got the bike home and was trying to figure out why it had ran out of gas, my 9 year old son came out and pointed to the trip odometer reset and asked "What does this knob do Dad?" Mystery solved.
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