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    I accidentally deleted my post I think? This...

    I accidentally deleted my post I think?

    This is my 2008 Nightster. It has been this way for a few years...it's time for a face lift ;)

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    unbolt the hub and machine it down to the width...

    unbolt the hub and machine it down to the width you need
  3. Are your risers integrated with the top tree?

    Are your risers integrated with the top tree?
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    Your springer will be stamped FL or FX under the...

    Your springer will be stamped FL or FX under the stem bridge
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    It's a wide tire swingarm softail...you can see...

    It's a wide tire swingarm softail...you can see the swingarm pivot bolt just behind the tip of the higher pipe and you can see the two bolts just behind the oil tank where the fender struts would...
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    That's not uncommon with springers. I bet the...

    That's not uncommon with springers. I bet the majority of springers currently being used do not have parallel rockers.
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    black isn't always ground. have you tried...

    black isn't always ground. have you tried switching it up?
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    a friend of mine casts aluminum bird deflectors...

    a friend of mine casts aluminum bird deflectors for Super e's but I make them fit CV's & EFI throttle bodies. I run a few. Super clean.



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    cool grips. They match your bike pretty well...

    cool grips. They match your bike pretty well too. That bird deflector looks like a nose mounted like that.
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    You might need to shorten the crown nut, but,...

    You might need to shorten the crown nut, but, yeah.
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    Yep. No problem.

    Yep. No problem.
  12. Me too. Dude named Pablo

    Me too. Dude named Pablo
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    If the bearings are sealed you can simply swap...

    If the bearings are sealed you can simply swap them with 25mm. If they're Timken style you can have the opening enlarged at a machine shop to run 25mm. Sometimes, on cast wheels, the o.d. of the...
  14. It's pretty straight forward if you are willing...

    It's pretty straight forward if you are willing to drill out your rockers.

    I bought a REAR axle from KC International. The head is stepped to fit the axle adjuster slot and the washer/spacer for...
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    Aren't you the one that I explained this to...

    Aren't you the one that I explained this to already?
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    http://www.ebay.com/itm/GENUINE-2013-HARLEY-SPORTS...

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/GENUINE-2013-HARLEY-SPORTSTER-XL883L-REAR-BRAKE-ROTOR-10-25-2008-up-XL-41833-08-/301273683194?hash=item46254f94fa&vxp=mtr
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    That caliper is meant for a Rear 10.24 in. x .28...

    That caliper is meant for a Rear 10.24 in. x .28 in. (260 mm x 7 mm)
  18. The Dynatek will definitely eliminate the need...

    The Dynatek will definitely eliminate the need for the TSSM. I use them on rubbermounts quite often to either convert from EFI to carb or to just clean up the wiring. I can't say if it will fix...
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    I've done it but I made the spacers. I can't...

    I've done it but I made the spacers. I can't remember the widths of each but it's pretty easy to figure out. Find center of the stock wheel & measure left & right. Find center of the wheel you...
  20. Thread: Disc Glide help

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    I saw your other post. Regarding the bearing...

    I saw your other post. Regarding the bearing grease staying put, the inner spacer for that wheel should probably look like the one I have circled in this pic. The spacer has a flange on each end...
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    yep. I've used them several times for several...

    yep. I've used them several times for several years. They're actually only necessary until the bolts are tightened.
  22. I'm with you about risers on springers. I've...

    I'm with you about risers on springers. I've done them several ways.

    Make bars that bolt where the risers did
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    I've built many for myself that way. The top...

    I've built many for myself that way. The top front motor mount is important to have but you've indicated that area in red. I rarely skip that mount for "customers" because I usually don't know em...
  24. Not super common but definitely not super rare. ...

    Not super common but definitely not super rare. Fab Kevin makes a remote master cylinder for this application. Just buy something like an Ironhead clutch lever (x2 for brake too). You don't really...
  25. It depends on what cups you have. These bearings...

    It depends on what cups you have. These bearings will work in the later model years but the earlier model year races are too small.
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