Join Date: Apr 2014
Location: Grand Junction, Colorado
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Madness or More of the Same?
Harley will prevail. Plenty of established case law built around lower end models of everything that do not carry ABS.
Harley has a great way of beating most of these claims. "It appears the driver went above their level and ran out of talent". This they have argued successfully for years. That is why the bikes are built to get modifications. So mr newbie rider you added a 110 kit to your bike? Yes I did. And why did you add the 110 kit? For more power. So you modified this bike for more power and now you wish the manufacturer to pay for your modifying the bike above your skill level? Well when you say it like that it makes me sound stupid. Ladies and gentlemen of the jury you heard the rider just say it.
There is no required test for buying what you want in free market society. If the complainant does not lose the main case they will lose on appeal. Harley has a large contingency account to fight and never settle on misfeasance.
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