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    Forward controls gone... making the change to footboards. Headlight wiring complete, a little clean-up left on remaining wires. FXST length fork tubes installed, rubber gaiters installed, front fender installed, almost time for more road test.


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    Softail Bobber is back on the road again... time for more tests. Progress so far: more ground clearance = Jiffy Stand doesn't drag, wiring clean-up = no magic smoke escaped, footboards = comfort for my 14's.






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    Looking good. I prefer foot boards and have them on three of my five bikes. I use the Fab Kevin adapter plates for the 2000 up softail brackets. The're available at almost all the swap meets and are pretty cheap. I especially like foot boards on my rigid as it allows me to brace for the big bumps a little better.

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    End of Summer... still T-shirt weather in North Florida, I just don't sweat while riding.


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    If you are interested in my Softail Bobber build, but don't want to wade through all the posts... this video is for you:


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    FWIW, I think it sits a lot better with the longer fork tubes, nice job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greasemonkeymick View Post
    FWIW, I think it sits a lot better with the longer fork tubes, nice job.
    Thanks... I'm pleased with ride and handling with the longer fork tubes.

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    Brembo calipers milled and mounted... salvaged brake lines, to be replaced at a later date.




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    Saturday ride (14 November 2015) to Gibson Park @ Suwannee River... great North Florida riding weather. (68f / 20c)




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    Quote Originally Posted by roddenby51 View Post
    If you are interested in my Softail Bobber build, but don't want to wade through all the posts... this video is for you:
    No, I love being able to take my time and read a completed build thread start to finish...one of the benefits from being a latecomer to the site. Very nice build.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saorsa View Post
    No, I love being able to take my time and read a completed build thread start to finish...one of the benefits from being a latecomer to the site. Very nice build.
    Thanks saorsa, I don't think this project will ever be finished, but it's definitely on the road. Plenty to do/change, nothing that keeps me from riding.

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    turned out a nice ride man,thanks for posting.

    leon

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