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    Are you gonna take it out.

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    Are you gonna Rake it out

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    Got my tank in from the very talented @solarcoven. Now I want to change this rear fender up. What do you guys think I should go with?





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    Tank looks sick dude. Fender looks cool though I'm not the biggest fan of the flared end. I assume that's one of those plastic fenders so I guess there's no cutting it. First thing I would do is relocate the ignition coil to between the jugs so you open up that area under the tank. Any pics of the left side of bike?

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    That tracker is badass man. Love those tires and rims.

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    Started with this
    09 sportster custom



    As of last week
    Needs ideas for exhaust and bars. Thinking of running squids and some upswept exhaust


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    Yea it's the $20 special. Plan to move the coil now that it's right side petcock and get the start button down onto the starter.

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    Changing up the bars soon for a cleaner look. Doing +4 fork tubes this week. I was thinking of going to rigid struts and a springer seat, but I honestly love my 13" rear progressives. Sits pretty high when on a kickstand but settles down with when upright with rider weight on it.

    Always interested in suggestions, but if you're just going to tell me you hate it, you can suck a fatty.

























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    Recently did +4 tubes and then just installed 12" riserless zombie perf zeez bars, internal wiring. Moved the turn signals but they stick out a mile so I'm going to get something different. Also I'm sick of the side mount 7" so I'm going to swap it for a bottom mount and drill the lower tree.

    Need some thoughts and opinions. I'm trying to decide if I should try to black out the rest of the fork tubes, or if I should embrace it and add some chrome to the front end like chrome headlight rings. I'm trying to slim up the look of the front end, but I love the headlight coverage at night.




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    Installed 4" over tubes.
    1984 fxsb

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    Default New machine on the streets

    Finally finished the '71 and feeling like going for a ride. The next step is to tackle the charging system again.

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    My work in progress, I still have a long way to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatboybill View Post
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    Awesome pipe man!

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    Default 68 xlh

    Getting closer to assembly time. I need a few more things polished and chromed.
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    My 883, in progress

    From this


    To this


    And now in progress, in an home made hardtail (from Fred Kustom, South France)

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    Quote Originally Posted by wornshoes View Post
    Getting closer to assembly time. I need a few more things polished and chromed.
    This bike will be sweet...post the finals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by guns840 View Post
    This bike will be sweet...post the finals.
    +1. Paint is killer, man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by guns840 View Post
    This bike will be sweet...post the finals.
    Thanks man!

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