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    Steve DiMillo poses for a portrait with his Harley-Davidson 2017 Road Glide at his home in Portland on Friday. DiMillo has owned Harley-Davidson bikes for 35 years. "It's the only bike I'll buy," he said. "It just feels different than anything else."

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    Paul Garland sits on his 2005 Harley-Davidson Road King Custom in the parking lot of Skip's Lounge in Buxton on Friday. Garland said he doesn't have an issue with the iconic American motorcycle manufacturer moving some operations to Europe. "I don't think it's a big deal. I really don't," he said. "Half the parts on my Chevy truck aren't made here." Garland said he supports Trump and his policies on trade. The dispute between Trump and Harley-Davidson is spectacle, in his view. "I love our president," he said. "This is all going to just blow away. It's all going to be good. Our president knows what he's doing."

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    Jeff Fox and his daughter Hayley sit on a Harley-Davidson at Weymouth Park in Buxton on Friday. Fox said he's "on the fence" about the trade dispute between President Trump and Harley-Davidson. "I can see both sides," he said. "On the one hand, it's un-American to move (manufacturing) overseas. On the other hand, it's American to try to make the most money," he said. If anything, Fox said he faults Harley-Davidson for escalating the situation. "I don't know why they'd jump ship when nothing has happened yet."

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    Tom Meserve sits atop his 1992 Harley-Davidson Softail Custom FXSTC along Portland Road in Buxton on Friday. Meserve joked that his feelings about President Trump are "unprintable." "I think it's embarrassing to have our leader involved in a scuffle with a business," he said. "It's a viable American business that has a right to do what's necessary to remain viable."

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    Harley-Davidson gallery - Photo courtesy of Sen Angus King | of | Share this photo

    Sen. Angus King sits on his Harley.

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