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    Excellent bot fail.

    Excellent bot fail.
  2. Yeah. That'd be a tight squeeze the way I was...

    Yeah. That'd be a tight squeeze the way I was running it on that bike.
  3. https://i.imgur.com/mB98DyH.jpg My old XL. ...

    https://i.imgur.com/mB98DyH.jpg

    My old XL. Trimmed and drilled three holes into the factory sissy bar side plates, mounted two directly to the fender (reinforced with washer tacked on inside of...
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    I've seen a million threads about people...

    I've seen a million threads about people re-tunneling tanks to make them fit the square backbone. I like your idea much better.
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    You do the fab work for that tank? Most...

    You do the fab work for that tank?

    Most smaller tanks on twin cam frames look like shit. That one turned out great.
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    Sticky: Project manager for a commercial solar installer....

    Project manager for a commercial solar installer. We also do a little off grid and generator installation.
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    Didn't crack my frame doing it, but it definitely...

    Didn't crack my frame doing it, but it definitely needlessly complicates servicing your wiring harness.

    On a minimal harness there's not much to see anyway.
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    K and Q. To elaborate on drohagan's post. The...

    K and Q.

    To elaborate on drohagan's post. The juice drum needs an MC with a residual pressure valve (like a Wagner) otherwise it's going to try to fully disengage after use and you'll be in a...
  9. 1.6 gallon tank. ...

    1.6 gallon tank.

    https://i.imgur.com/hRjEY8s.jpg
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    Had a similar situation with the FNA seals. ...

    Had a similar situation with the FNA seals. Caveman'd my first set and tore them to shit. Came back for round 2 with a lighter touch and better carb support. Been going strong for a couple years...
  11. Thread: Yay sunshine!

    by Vinson
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    I think a seat that followed the line of the...

    I think a seat that followed the line of the fender would round it out nicely (something with a step up maybe, I'm sure you slide back a little while riding). Looks like a fun one to ride either way.
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    http://www.chopcult.com/forum/showthread.php?t=120...

    http://www.chopcult.com/forum/showthread.php?t=12086

    This thread is a great resource for re-wiring an evo XL in addition to the factory manual.
  13. https://i.imgur.com/f955DvX.jpg Before. 1980...

    https://i.imgur.com/f955DvX.jpg

    Before. 1980 FLH barn find. Didn't run, bunch of sub-par work.

    https://i.imgur.com/hRjEY8s.jpg

    After. Still a bunch of sub-par work. Runs.
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    Looking pretty damn cool for a spare parts bike....

    Looking pretty damn cool for a spare parts bike.

    Really like the splattered paint job on the tank.
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    It was my first time in Japan. I read plenty...

    It was my first time in Japan. I read plenty regarding population density but it really doesn't prepare you until you see it first hand, especially if you're not from a large city yourself (nothing...
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    I went to Mooneyes for the first time this past...

    I went to Mooneyes for the first time this past December. The only advice I have regarding the show is to get there early. It fills up in the afternoon and 20,000 people starts to feel like 20...
  17. http://www.bungking.com/kickstand-lift-block/ ...

    http://www.bungking.com/kickstand-lift-block/

    They make them in +1" and +2".
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    Got a hardware store near you? Take the stock...

    Got a hardware store near you? Take the stock bolts, put them in a gauge, buy the appropriately sized bolts while you're there.
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    I know! I've got similar project (mine's a...

    I know!

    I've got similar project (mine's a swingarm) that I've been chipping away at for years. Been moving backwards on it recently, but I'd like to think I'll finish it one day.

    How's that...
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    I love your bike. One of my favorite choppers.

    I love your bike. One of my favorite choppers.
  21. I put mine either directly in the bucket or...

    I put mine either directly in the bucket or mounted in the eyebrow visor.

    Run on/off/on with all my lights for some of the aforementioned reasons.
  22. Thread: Title issues

    by Vinson
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    http://www.chinonthetank.com/2014/04/get-a-title-w...

    http://www.chinonthetank.com/2014/04/get-a-title-with-a-vermont-registration/

    I'm assuming you're talking about this?

    Never done it, but one of my buddies who has a collection of small bikes...
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    Nice. Switched my setup recently from a 13...

    Nice.

    Switched my setup recently from a 13 spoke in the rear to a solid. No discernible difference to me either, but I've always run mags so maybe I'm just used to the weight/handling.

    Again,...
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    Bike looks killer. Were you running a spoked...

    Bike looks killer.

    Were you running a spoked mag in the rear before you switched? Have you noticed any difference in handling?
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    Wheel bearings are not a difficult fix.

    Wheel bearings are not a difficult fix.
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