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    Can't stop looking at this bike, so many great bikes on CC, this ones definitely in the top 5 of my "spank bank"

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    All I can say is "Whoa" That is the nicest swingarm Sportster I have ever seen!! What vision!!!! And I want a how to on that cover!!!!! Please?

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    Bitchin! Sportsters 4 eva! Came out perfect, Corn! Awesome build.

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    Thanks guys! I appreciate it.

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    gotta say that is the SWEETEST sporty I have seen in a long time!!!!! GOOD FUCKING WORK!!!

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    this is one awesome sporty!

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    Nice work man that is sweet looking. Would look real nice in my garage.

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    lots of good stuff here.. the ribbed cam cover, engine mounts, and choke bracket are kewl.
    constructive criticism: That breather setup looks kinda crazy on such a simple and well executed bike..

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    My favorite is that motor mount. Proof that you don't need a massive shop or arsenal of tools to do some neat stuff. I'm stealing that shaved down headlight mount for a future project, apologies in advance. Nice work, keep posting!

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    bravo dude it is a sick fucking bike. the one thing on this bike that really hit's gome is the straight backbone from the neck all the way back. thats how the shop i work at who started proper choppers built their frames and it is a sleek and timeless design always proven to look badass. other project you are working on is looking equally cool. keep up the good fab work dude.

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    what really hits home is what i meant to say

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    Quote Originally Posted by billdozer View Post
    My favorite is that motor mount. Proof that you don't need a massive shop or arsenal of tools to do some neat stuff. I'm stealing that shaved down headlight mount for a future project, apologies in advance. Nice work, keep posting!
    No sweat. Its really the highest compliment when someone likes your idea enough to steal it for themselves! haha... Done it myself many times.

    Thanks!

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    did you just tig some aluminum rod to the cases then buff it smooth?

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    Come on Corn, if all these responses don't motivate you to finish that bike you're crazy! Looks awesome man, I love it!

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    How much did you stretch the swingarm? I have one sitting in my garage for the same purpose. Looks great man.

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    Really like the lake pipe, great looking bike

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    Lots of little stuff to do to it yet that Ill keep you all updated on. Thanks guys!

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    i could never get tired of sportsters like this. absolutely inspiring.

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    I started on another bright idea today. I want to smooth up the rear wheel in our brake lathe at work sometime but figured something will need to be done with the front wheel then, so I played with some sandpaper for an hour or so.

    Lets see...13 spokes, both sides= 26 sections. Took me an hour or so to do one so I should be mental by the time Im done with the other 25. Why do I keep doing this to myself for something that I might be the only one that notices?



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