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  1. I have them on both my choppers. They take a bit...

    I have them on both my choppers. They take a bit more work than the online videos show but it’s really not much. I’ve been very happy with them and I love how low profile they are.
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    Did you bench bleed the master cylinder?

    Did you bench bleed the master cylinder?
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    You can also buy the Dyna damper tubes to kick it...

    You can also buy the Dyna damper tubes to kick it up 2” if required. Tracker*die sells them.
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    You want these:...

    You want these:
    https://www.jpcycles.com/product/2200175/custom-axle-spacers
  5. The shops I know are way too busy to take...

    The shops I know are way too busy to take something like that on. Did you try googling a welding shop?
    Alternatively, you could take two classes at Arc Academy In the city and learn some stuff and...
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    Ive done plenty of 600+ mile days on my chopper. ...

    Ive done plenty of 600+ mile days on my chopper.
    I don’t know that I’d want to do much more than that on any motorcycle. I understand if you absolutely have to make time but after all those miles...
  7. https://www.belmetric.com/22mm-metric-drain-plugs-...

    https://www.belmetric.com/22mm-metric-drain-plugs-c-11_90_986/dp22x15tpln-tapered-metric-drain-plug-plain-p-5085.html?zenid=ic58c58mqdjspn6kl7mm14f6b1

    Google is Magic.
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    You already have a bag that’ll fit everything you...

    You already have a bag that’ll fit everything you need. Just run with that. Make sure to tuck your loose straps and such so they won’t get tangled in moving parts and go for it.
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    Me, too. First thing I buy after the bike itself.

    Me, too. First thing I buy after the bike itself.
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    Which is the reason the OP was encouraged to...

    Which is the reason the OP was encouraged to check their manual.
    I didn’t check my 2009 Sportster manual because I do not own a 2009 or a rubbermount, for that matter.
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    I’ve got the 1250 kit with Hammer’s head work,...

    I’ve got the 1250 kit with Hammer’s head work, Andrews cams and a proper exhaust.
    For a Harley, it’s pretty fucking fast. I’m dusting big twins on it all the time. Only reason I don’t have a 1275...
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    I hit mine with a wire wheel on a drill and a...

    I hit mine with a wire wheel on a drill and a small wire wheel on a Dremel.
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    I’ve found that using a file keeps me from...

    I’ve found that using a file keeps me from getting overzealous. It’s very easy to take too much off with a grinder or even a Dremel.

    Timing the cams is very simple if you need to do it. Unless...
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    Happens to the best of us from time to time.

    Happens to the best of us from time to time.
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    Never thought about using WD-40 on aluminum I was...

    Never thought about using WD-40 on aluminum I was filing. What an idiot. I always use it on the lathe and bandsaw.
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    Around $135 on eBay with a coil. That’s what I...

    Around $135 on eBay with a coil. That’s what I paid for mine.
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    I didn’t know he made them for the 77-83 forks....

    I didn’t know he made them for the 77-83 forks. He isn’t afraid of odd jobs, though. He made me brackets to run Tokicos on a 39mm dual disc setup with a 70s Ironhead wheel with 10” rotors.
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    Make sure on the cams for sure. Take your time...

    Make sure on the cams for sure.
    Take your time as you get towards the final cuts on your cover. If you’re using files, which you really should be, make sure to have a file card and use t every...
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    They’re cheaper than that new.

    They’re cheaper than that new.
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    Then sounds like you should keep the calipers...

    Then sounds like you should keep the calipers that you have. Plenty of people ride bikes with those old calipers. They’re not as good as the newer ones but they’re not gonna be a problem unless you...
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    No. As far as I’ve ever found, the 77-83 calipers...

    No. As far as I’ve ever found, the 77-83 calipers are it. Or very expensive replacements. I’m saying that the 84-87 calipers are the same as the 88-99 calipers. The difference is 84-87 is 35 mm like...
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    The cheapest option would likely be a front end...

    The cheapest option would likely be a front end swap. 39mm front ends come up for reasonable prices and there’s a lot of options for adaptors to rub Japanese calipers or the 2000+ Harley calipers. ...
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    Check your manual again. Your motorcycle...

    Check your manual again. Your motorcycle definitely has an ignition module.
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    If you have the manual, I believe it shows how to...

    If you have the manual, I believe it shows how to pop those pins out of the plug for the ignition so you won’t have to cut the wires.
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    I didn’t know about those. Those are pretty cool....

    I didn’t know about those. Those are pretty cool. Got a link to a set you’d recommend?

    I’ve never had a problem with Irwin extractors but I’ve definitely broken some of the cheaper ones. Not fun.
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