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    Look at my bike, what should I do next?Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by capomorra View Post
    Look at my bike, what should I do next?Click image for larger version. 

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    Uh... ride the piss outa' it every chance you get.

    (it's been crappy here in Seattle, and I'm envious of those who are riding with decent weather right now)

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    Quote Originally Posted by thecarfarmer View Post
    Uh... ride the piss outa' it every chance you get.

    (it's been crappy here in Seattle, and I'm envious of those who are riding with decent weather right now)
    don't worry, it's been snowing in ny

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    Just got the seat finished and replaced some carb gaskets. She runs like a beast and I am looking forward to running her down to Lodi this Saturday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by capomorra View Post
    Look at my bike, what should I do next?Click image for larger version. 

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    Maybe hidden wires for the bars

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfajuj View Post
    Maybe hidden wires for the bars
    bike's ben completely re-wired since that picture plus a few other changes. here's something new:

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    Hi.
    Been a long time since I posted on here...

    here's a photo of my original survivor 51 Pan. hope you like it.


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    What an awesome machine! Thank you for posting.

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    Started life like this when I bought it.


    Now like this. Next item will be taller 13" rear shocks for better travel and will even it out some.

    1995 Sporty, just doing simple tasteful mods, keeping it classic 90's era Sportster but improving ride ability with suspension and other good quality parts (cant see Race tech fork internals and TrackerDie 11.5" dampers). This is the last year of the OG peanut tank and older 9 spoke mags and to me is a perfect machine. May add a sissy bar for travel/trips but love the way this thing looks as is.
    Last edited by brooklynbomber; 05-01-2019 at 1:07 PM.

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    Attachment 93511
    how she was when i got her Attachment 93512
    How she is now. I have all the paperwork on it since it was chopped in 1979 zorry p8cs came out sidewayz
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    Trying to picture this with a windshield

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    ^nahh no windshield

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    i want a bigger heritage front fender. but dont wanna pay for the 3 layer paintjob to match the other tins

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    Quote Originally Posted by patinthehat View Post
    ^nahh no windshield

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    i want a bigger heritage front fender. but dont wanna pay for the 3 layer paintjob to match the other tins
    Those solid wheels look fantastic in black. I kinda like the fender as is myself.

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    Just finished ... what y’all think ?Click image for larger version. 

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    /\/\/\ That is cool as hell, have to ask how do those knobby's handle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MFC View Post
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    Damn that looks great... kinda has a vintage Speedway bike vibe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7and7is View Post
    /\/\/\ That is cool as hell, have to ask how do those knobby's handle?
    Little rough but nothing out of control. Its worth the look

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skjoll View Post
    Damn that looks great... kinda has a vintage Speedway bike vibe.

    Thanks !!! I’m proud of her

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    Picked up an 82 FXR the other day through a friend of a friend. Trying to figure out if I'm the asshole who puts the drivetrain in a new frame, or tries to get it looking like new.Click image for larger version. 

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    Mr. Miller you have posted this 3 times looking for input.
    There are other shovel's available so no need to ruin a FXR.
    Not what you wanted to hear but there ya go.

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