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Hmmmmppphh....Maybe they will get it.

Its not like anyone else has ever used the name.:roll::D

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Fury is a form of anger.
Fury may also refer to:

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  • Durham Fury, a Tier II Junior "A" ice hockey team from Oshawa, Ontario, Canada
  • Flint Fury, a semi-pro football team located in Flint, Michigan
  • Fresno Fury, a National Indoor Football League team that never played a game
  • Monterrey Fury, a Mexican team playing in a United States based soccer league
  • Muskegon Fury, a UHL hockey team based in Michigan
  • Ottawa Fury, a Canadian soccer team
  • Philadelphia Fury, a North American Soccer League team that played from 1978 to 1980
My guess is they HAVE to be trying to trademakr the "look" of the name, and not the word itself.....

I wish bike manufacturers could stop using overplayed words for names....LOL.

At least "VTX" was different.
 

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Hmmmmppphh....Maybe they will get it.

Its not like anyone else has ever used the name.:roll::D

Fury

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


Jump to: navigation, search


Look up fury in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

Fury is a form of anger.
Fury may also refer to:

In fiction:
In literature:
In film and television:
In gaming:
Vehicles:
In music:
In sports:
  • Durham Fury, a Tier II Junior "A" ice hockey team from Oshawa, Ontario, Canada
  • Flint Fury, a semi-pro football team located in Flint, Michigan
  • Fresno Fury, a National Indoor Football League team that never played a game
  • Monterrey Fury, a Mexican team playing in a United States based soccer league
  • Muskegon Fury, a UHL hockey team based in Michigan
  • Ottawa Fury, a Canadian soccer team
  • Philadelphia Fury, a North American Soccer League team that played from 1978 to 1980
My guess is they HAVE to be trying to trademakr the "look" of the name, and not the word itself.....

I wish bike manufacturers could stop using overplayed words for names....LOL.

At least "VTX" was different.

In all likely hood they are TM the model name and logo of the bike
 

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My guess is they HAVE to be trying to trademakr the "look" of the name, and not the word itself.....

I wish bike manufacturers could stop using overplayed words for names....LOL.

At least "VTX" was different.
Welllllllll, considering our VTX's would have been known as "Vanguards" had the trademark not already been owned by Lawnboy ..... :lol:
 

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A name can be trademarked for many different uses as long as the use doesn't conflict with any others.
 

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If i remember correctly it was actually Briggs and Stratton that owned and currently uses the Vanguard trademark. ;)
Yup, that rings a bell - good call ... but I get points for being "close" don't I? :p
 

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A name can be trademarked for many different uses as long as the use doesn't conflict with any others.
Having the TM used in both for motor applications might be why Honda no longer officially calls it the Vanguard engine. Smart move considering the large number of lawsuits filed by Honda over TM issues. :thumbup:

I doubt Chrsyler will be much of a problem considering the differences but....
 
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