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Author Archives: Hannah Clark

Letters to the Editor: March 2018

Hi Sam, I love your stories in THUNDER PRESS! Your recent “Boarding House” story seemed to end abrubtly on page 18. There was no end of story watermark at the end, and I could not find any remaining portions in the latter pages. If that was the end on page 18, I guess it still works. Great story! Love your ...

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Partz: Simplifying a messy job

In an effort to simplify the in-house oil-changing process, Fumoto USA has revamped their 25-year-old line of SX Valves and is now offering the new BSXSeries Engine Oil Drain Valves for Harley-Davidson. Constructed of forged brass and stainless steel, the BSX has been redeveloped into a smaller package than the original with motorcycle owners in mind, offering a compact unit ...

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Motorhead Memo: Intelajet

I should preface what follows by saying electronic fuel injection is here to stay, because it is a superior air/fuel delivery system. It manages to keep emissions down and performance up… delivering fuel economy benefits into the bargain. Took me a while to get around to being a fan, rather than just an ignorant victim of this technology. I’m ashamed ...

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Partz: Light up your night

A leader in custom motorcycle illumination, Headwinds is pleased to introduce their latest generation of High-Output LED Bulbs for Dual Bulb Headlamps. Designed as a plug-n-play install simple enough for most any Harley owner, these powerful, energy-efficient bulbs produce a whiter and brighter light than halogen with a 6,500-degree Kelvin color temperature and produce 4,000 lumens. The high beam (H9) ...

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Partz: The finishing touch

Jumping on the aftermarket products bandwagon for the recently-launched Harley-Davidson Softail shakeup is Willy Shiny with their new 2018 Axle End Covers for Softail Models. Fitted for the latest 2018 Fat Boy, Deluxe, Breakout and Heritage models, this product is designed to fit the flush mount axle that screws into the left fork lower leg. Offered in three different styles to match ...

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One for the Road: Ode to the diner

Early one morning, as I crested a hill in the northern part of New Jersey, I saw, out of the corner of my eye, a diner I’d passed dozens of times. I’d never had occasion to stop there, but this morning my rumbling stomach pulled me into this place of perpetual breakfasts. The ’50s railroad-car style structure with its shiny ...

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Diner Dash: Pink Cadillac Diner

Marry New Jersey’s title of Diner Capital of the World with the city of Wildwood’s claim as the Doo Wop Capital of the World, and the Pink Cadillac Diner is born. The ’50s-inspired diner, with its stainless steel and checkerboard exterior, draws Jersey Shore tourists all summer long. It’s only open seasonally, so it’s always packed with families, college kids, ...

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Spare Parts: Driven to ride

Motorcyclists who endure winters are a unique breed. Being from the northeast myself, I understand this. There are plenty of places in the States colder than Western Pennsylvania, and I don’t know how they survive. Once, I had to visit Minnesota for work in the winter. They have overhead heaters at some of the bus stops. That’s otherworldly cold in ...

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Partz: Softail made softer

Created with the sole purpose of keeping the rider planted and firmly locked in position, the new Step Up LS for 2018 Softail by Saddlemen uses a specially-designed lumbar support to provide the needed ergonomics without compromising control or comfort for the rider or passenger. Configured for the line of newly-redesigned Softails, the Step Up LS utilizes proprietary high-impact UltraFOAM formulated ...

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