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    Agree Ronnie, if I had it to do over, I'd probably make the same decision. You know how it goes, I was younger back in 2012 and had visions of riding west of the MS river over those long west bound roads, blah, blah, and surprise, that never happened. Age has way of overtaking those grandeur thoughts of riding far and wide.

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    Done many trips , and after a tank full , and 3-4 hrs later , I’m ready for a break .
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    Quote Originally Posted by bikerbillone View Post
    Agree Ronnie, if I had it to do over, I'd probably make the same decision. You know how it goes, I was younger back in 2012 and had visions of riding west of the MS river over those long west bound roads, blah, blah, and surprise, that never happened. Age has way of overtaking those grandeur thoughts of riding far and wide.

    Cheers, Bill
    Billy,

    It totally sucks getting old doesn't it?? [I just turned 69 last week] I also had "big dreams" of riding the entire USA.... BUT of course that never even came close to happening!

    Ronnie

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    Quote Originally Posted by daveking95 View Post
    Well, I just spoke with the folks up at Roadsmith... they currently have a 2.5 gallon (ish) Aux Fuel Tank in the R&D stage, and they asked me to call back around November (2019) to see if it's come to fruition yet. I like their filler neck and I like the auto-shutoff feature on the setups for the Roadsmith trike kit, so I'd hope they use those items on the TG kit too. Bad part is- the TG has a solid axle, so it uses more room under the tub than their Roadsmith independent rear uses.

    So, a smaller tank. Even another 2.5 is better than carrying a separate gas can...

    I'm definitely setting up a reminder to call them back!
    Any word yet?

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    Ronnie, yes, getting old does suck, but getting old and riding softens the "suck" factor some.

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