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    new white walls and seat

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    love this tank

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    Thats also a really great fender too, I wonder if you could modify those Smith Bros Fetrow style fender struts to work so you'd have more support on that fender. My biggest pet peeve with modern fenders/struts is that they just straightened them out. The radiused fender on this bike looks far better but there doesnt look to be much support for the fender as you go back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brooklynbomber View Post
    Thats also a really great fender too, I wonder if you could modify those Smith Bros Fetrow style fender struts to work so you'd have more support on that fender. My biggest pet peeve with modern fenders/struts is that they just straightened them out. The radiused fender on this bike looks far better but there doesnt look to be much support for the fender as you go back.
    I chopped the struts on my wide glide just behind the mounting holes. I was concerned about support as well so I welded thicker guage metal on each side matched to the curve inside the fender. Lots of strength now and looks much cleaner.
    Last edited by Project2033; 04-25-2014 at 7:59 AM.

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    I know chrome isn't "cool" anymore to a lot of folks, but I still like it. Here's my Dyna...



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    Some Not-to-shabby swing arms being presented here.

    Dan

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    got a new paint scheme yesterday

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ID:	104286 my 03 lowrider with a fatboy frontend and rims. Work in progress

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    Quote Originally Posted by threebears View Post
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    That's really neat!

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    My '09 Super Glide Custom.

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    Default Rim size?

    Someone hit me with the rim and tire size the pic here has.....

    Whomever built it did a great job on the lines..........The subtle handlebars, rear fender, choice of exhaust and rim size really emhances the look of a Street Bob Anyone know the front and reat rim size?
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    Quote Originally Posted by docmel View Post
    Someone hit me with the rim and tire size the pic here has.....

    Whomever built it did a great job on the lines..........The subtle handlebars, rear fender, choice of exhaust and rim size really emhances the look of a Street Bob Anyone know the front and reat rim size?
    Looks to me like a 21 up front and a wide 18 in the back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Down View Post
    Looks to me like a 21 up front and a wide 18 in the back.
    Looks like a whole boat load of spokes as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoomBuggy View Post
    Looks like a whole boat load of spokes as well
    It's the new fabulous trend.. 80 spoke wheels. I see them everywhere these days. Not my cuppa, but to each their own. Just imagine truing those.

    Just to not be talking shit all the time, here's MY Dyna:

    RaceTech front suspension, Drag Specialties rear suspension, cheapo hardbags, TCBros bash plate and Harley Buckhorns. I had a club style phase, now I don't like it so I went back to this.
    Last edited by Down; 4 Weeks Ago at 7:57 AM.

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    Unfortunately has since been totalled but it was a great bike while it lived

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