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    Default Cutting up my FXDB

    Cut off the fender struts and I'm mounting new fender to swingarm. Cut the coilover lugs off the swingarm and moved them down and forward to take some of the angle out of the coilovers (similiar to the older FL's) and to lower the rear a bit. Making new exhaust out of 304 SS starting with 1.75 and stepping to 1.875 and finnally to 2" with the tail section being removable with beehive spring retainers. Still have a bunch to do and the weather starting to get nice around here.








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    respect!
    very nice work!
    good looking pipes and nice rear fender!!

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    loving that rear fender.

    I'm Mr.Crown, and I approve this project.

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    That's nice, digging those exhaust springs.

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    Thats great work so far, i can't wait to see it come along...and then beg you to do mine next.

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    Wow! Very nice without being over-the-top.

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    sweet!

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    Lookin good man. Did you make those fender stays yourself? I'm lookin to make a pair myself to mount a fender to my swingarm. Any tips?

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    Quote Originally Posted by redsox716 View Post
    Lookin good man. Did you make those fender stays yourself? I'm lookin to make a pair myself to mount a fender to my swingarm. Any tips?
    Thanks for the compliments, I made them out 3/8 stainless solid round with 7/16 stainless round for the end bungs. I bent them over an old 15" Chevy wheel that I welded a stop to cause I liked the radius. I plan on polishing them and using a brass wingnut on a stud but if you want to counter sink an allen headed bolt I would use 9/16 round for the end bungs. The stainless came from speedymetals.com which is a good source for small quanities. Good luck with yours

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    Nice Modder. Is that a brand new Street Bob? I thought a mild make over on one of these had a lot of potential, I'll be stoked to see what your turns out like.

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    Yeh, its an 09 that I got toward the end of last summer, I too saw potential like u said and plan to finish up what I've started this winter before the weather gets nice, then get into some more mods next winter. Thanks

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    i like it man .. it looks really good. i 've done similar mods to my '09
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    BobbedOut - the jockey shift is dope. Did you make it or buy it somewhere?

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    Quote Originally Posted by coachstorms View Post
    BobbedOut - the jockey shift is dope. Did you make it or buy it somewhere?
    it's a standard shifter for a Dyna w/ offset lever...but it didn't fit so we welded a bracket to it and it just bolts on to the shift lever coming out of the trans

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobbedOut View Post
    i like it man .. it looks really good. i 've done similar mods to my '09
    Thanks man, yours is lookin good too, I used to live in Rockville and then Frederick MD, is that near u

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    Quote Originally Posted by YocumBros View Post
    Thanks man, yours is lookin good too, I used to live in Rockville and then Frederick MD, is that near u
    yeah Frederick is only about 40 min from me. where are you at now?

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    im in Raleigh NC now but my families up there

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    Looks killer man! Digging that fender and the AC cover.

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