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    93 883. Slow as hell. Elswick Hardtail. 2" stretch. a bunch of handmade crap. Custom made Front St. stainless bars. Fancy triangle headlight. I ride the living crap out of it

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    Quote Originally Posted by SquashThatFly View Post
    93 883. Slow as hell. Elswick Hardtail. 2" stretch. a bunch of handmade crap. Custom made Front St. stainless bars. Fancy triangle headlight. I ride the living crap out of it

    Diggin it!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pynzo View Post
    30 years ago while in high school I dreamed of this bike-
    finished it up last weekend ten years after scoring the motor-
    built as an XLCH,
    Magneto and S&S Super E, Andrews PB+ Cams, yeah she moves!
    Sick!

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    ^^^^ I'd like to see a few more shots of this

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    One of my favorites on this site, SquashThatFly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cm View Post
    one of my favorites on this site, squashthatfly.
    +100

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    Nice as SHIT!

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    Squash-very nice scoot man! Seen this around the net, looks good

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    Quote Originally Posted by SquashThatFly View Post
    93 883. Slow as hell. Elswick Hardtail. 2" stretch. a bunch of handmade crap. Custom made Front St. stainless bars. Fancy triangle headlight. I ride the living crap out of it

    hey you got more pics of that? I would like to see more and some of the motor.

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    Thanks guys. I built the bike last winter. I had two Ironheads before this but was never happy with them and parted them out before finishing them.

    Tank mounts were temp and are gone now. Tank is an old custom paint over factory graphic sporty tank. I loaned the it out last year to a buddy of mine and when i got it back, I also traded him some parts for the custom built bars that he had Front Street build a few months prior. I handmade the horse shoe oil tank, motor mount, pipes, battery box, sissy bar, etc etc. Tons of little things that nobody will ever see. Swap meet ribbed fender, powdercoated wheels and hubs with Buchanan stainless spokes, PM brakes, shaved and polished lowers, shaved and polished triple trees. chopped cam cover. chain conversion. Hidden wiring. Crane HI-4 Ignition. +2 Elswick Hardtail.

    Im already looking to build another bike again this winter so this one will probably be for sale soon.






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    Yup, its pretty rad alright! Nice job on all the homemade parts.

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    It's close enough to done...


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    Getting there








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    Quote Originally Posted by SquashThatFly View Post
    Thanks guys. I built the bike last winter. I had two Ironheads before this but was never happy with them and parted them out before finishing them.

    Tank mounts were temp and are gone now. Tank is an old custom paint over factory graphic sporty tank. I loaned the it out last year to a buddy of mine and when i got it back, I also traded him some parts for the custom built bars that he had Front Street build a few months prior. I handmade the horse shoe oil tank, motor mount, pipes, battery box, sissy bar, etc etc. Tons of little things that nobody will ever see. Swap meet ribbed fender, powdercoated wheels and hubs with Buchanan stainless spokes, PM brakes, shaved and polished lowers, shaved and polished triple trees. chopped cam cover. chain conversion. Hidden wiring. Crane HI-4 Ignition. +2 Elswick Hardtail.

    Im already looking to build another bike again this winter so this one will probably be for sale soon.






    i like it, all but the seat..to me seems like it doesnt quite "fit"

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    hey squash i really like that top motor mount !

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    Quote Originally Posted by gravitywerx View Post
    i like it, all but the seat..to me seems like it doesnt quite "fit"
    whats odd about this is that it only looks like this in photos. I dont know why, but in real life, it looks so much better. Plus, I hate the look of seat springs.

    It also fits my ass and supports my back and longer hauls

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    Default Mike`s sporty

    Here`s my 1986 xlh 883,going to install cv carb when I get home.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails mikes bike pics 001.jpg  

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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyT View Post
    It's close enough to done...

    Nice!

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    wow now thats a gnarly tire ^^^ talk about tracking on rain grooves good luck. nice bike for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gravitywerx View Post
    i like it, all but the seat..to me seems like it doesnt quite "fit"
    yeah I was thinking the same thing. but hell if its comfy and you like it run the hell out of it. that bike is sweet. I would love to see it in person. there is a lot of shit on this bike I would like to spend some time looking at.

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