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    Default ive been lurking for abit decided to post a few pics.

    well this is my second build I was over HDforums for my first and did a write up tracking my ride from San Diego to Indiana a few years ago. once I got here I sold my bike to help with starting over from cross country move divorce etc. Well I finally got around to getting another daily scooter to build. 2010 48 I am still plotting and seeing which direction im going to go but have done a few little things to get started. here's a few pics.
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    old school cloth plug wires
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    home made pegs
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    thinking on making these bars
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    pops just texted me these pics he went ahead and made me some breather bolts today.

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    home made pegs
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    Did you make these pegs yourself? I have been looking into making a set for the sportster. Just need to get a lathe setup. But anyways nicely done.

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    my dad turned these for me I can ask him for the specs.

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    few more pics
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScrapBinBobber View Post
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    Did you make these pegs yourself? I have been looking into making a set for the sportster. Just need to get a lathe setup. But anyways nicely done.[/QUOTE]

    TC Choppers has those same pegs for sale

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    Ill get with him on the specs but I can guarantee nobody is putting them out this beefy and they are solid. We also made spacers for the rear that match the pegs. They are a little under 2 inches round. Thanks every body for the good feed back too. I have a lot more planned for this lil gal. Its my commuter so its hard not to just hack it to hell im trying to keep the reliability.
    Last edited by Socal812; 03-02-2015 at 9:33 AM.

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