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    Default 77' GS 550 Bobber Build

    Here is my build so far!










    here is a video of its first start up!

    http://www.youtube.com/embed/zmSxYgOzV6c

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    nice! looks and sounds good

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    sick build man!!!! love to see how u did the bottom rails!

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    'bout time you showed up over here! Did you ever get that wiring figured out?

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    looks really good man, i love the style

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    Nice i love the coloure of the frame makes the bike look old and raw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EST View Post
    Nice i love the coloure of the frame makes the bike look old and raw.
    thanks man!

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    That is one killer GS. Nice work man. I have a shaftie GS project that I will get started on someday.

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    fuckin sweet. i dig the bars

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    How much stretch did you put in the rear? I have a gs 550 that's cut up waiting on a stick. Of steel... I think we did 5 inches . Also did you use 1 inch or 1 1/8 tubing? Thanks ..looks great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brewsir View Post
    How much stretch did you put in the rear? I have a gs 550 that's cut up waiting on a stick. Of steel... I think we did 5 inches . Also did you use 1 inch or 1 1/8 tubing? Thanks ..looks great!
    i think it was 4"? i dont really remember but it was around there

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