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    Yeah fatty, always been a fan of the big and beefy since I first laid eyes on an a 40's Indian as a kid. I'd rather ride an earth cruiser than a 10 speed.

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    Very,very cool build. I'm putting a DNA springer on my winter 650 build as well.Do you happen to still have the neck bearing parts numbers or specs? Did you also have to replace the cups?
    Looking forward to updates....

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    Here's the kit I used for the bearings... slips right in, and comes with the cups.
    http://www.sscustomcycle.com/product...-star650.shtml

    Work has been slow on the bike, but updates should be coming. Hoping to have in running in the next 2 weeks.

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    You'll have to grind down the fork stops on the springer and some off the triple trees to get any sort of steering radius.

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    Digging out an old thread. Any chance you got pica of the finished bike?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeDom View Post
    Digging out an old thread. Any chance you got pica of the finished bike?
    I wish he did. I'm curious to know how that springer ended up looking with the finished bike.

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    Shame on me for leaving this thread hanging... this bike was finished and been through a couple iterations to get it appropriately cool. It's back in the garage at the moment getting the exhaust changed a little. Here it is as it sits:

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