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    Update. Gotta throw my spoked front wheel on think Iím gonna go 10-12 over soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FatChibs View Post
    yeah, but i kinda dont like the look seems kinda cheap to me. the shock struts were mostly an aesthetic thing to get the bike lower, struts are the logical next step. might order some for the time being until i stop getting fucked over by lickscycles & spitfire
    I just ran some old big twin shocks that made it way lower.. you can find Dyna shock cheap and they look kinda tough..

    Now I went back to Tall shocks way more fun to ride.. I have a lot of dirt to ride though

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    Here is my 02 Sporty doing its best impression

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    Hey guys, just did a few mods on my sporty. Hope you'll like it !



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    Looks kick ass!

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    I removed the fork tubes, I prefer the full chrome look. Next mod will be the seat, I'm thinking about the Tuck'n'roll Biltwell hb seat. Has anyone tried it ?

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    A slimmer seat will look good on there for sure. What's going on with the tank? Doesn't look like it's sitting on the back bone properly in the rear. Kind of throws the line off. Looks like you're off to a good start though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kendall666 View Post
    A slimmer seat will look good on there for sure. What's going on with the tank? Doesn't look like it's sitting on the back bone properly in the rear. Kind of throws the line off. Looks like you're off to a good start though.
    Yeah I see what you mean with the tank. I think it's because of the 2009 nightster's backbone. It's a bit raised, giving it that look. I'm actually using a 2" tank lift on the front.

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    Here is a couple of my '92 1200 build. I started working on it last summer and had it riding on 10 overs within a month of aquiring the bike. She's my first Harley, but not my first chopper so it's been fun learning about Sportsters and building this style bike. It's funny how many guys think it's bike from the '60s.

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    hey guys ive been looking through this thread for a while finally pulled the trigger on tc bros fork kit hardened chrome extremely well made for my 89 hugger. i went with 6 over but since stock hugger is 2 under this is pretty much 8 over from hugger length...what are your thoughts?

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    hey guys ive been looking through this thread for a while finally pulled the trigger on tc bros fork kit hardened chrome extremely well made for my 89 hugger. i went with 6 over but since stock hugger is 2 under this is pretty much 8 over from hugger length...what are your thoughts?
    Sick bike dude. I like these white striped tires and that ape handlebar feels like right at home !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackbender View Post
    Sick bike dude. I like these white striped tires and that ape handlebar feels like right at home !
    thanks dude i really appreciate that...for everyone else 10.5 progressive shocks in the rear. chopped vance and hines long shots. s and s carb. polished lowers. shovel spoke rear. 19 up front. custom bronze flake

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackbender View Post
    I removed the fork tubes, I prefer the full chrome look. Next mod will be the seat, I'm thinking about the Tuck'n'roll Biltwell hb seat. Has anyone tried it ?

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    love those headlights man would love to do something like this if i didnt have to deal with that shitty spaghetti mess behind my head light

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    finally took the bike on the road, best thing i ever did was increase the tubes...DO NOT HESITATE. 6 is perfect for that chopper look

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomford33 View Post
    love those headlights man would love to do something like this if i didnt have to deal with that shitty spaghetti mess behind my head light
    Thanks and yeah it's a bit of work but once you understand how to mess with these wires you can do whatever you want.

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    finally took the bike on the road, best thing i ever did was increase the tubes...DO NOT HESITATE. 6 is perfect for that chopper look
    6 over is the perfect length for me, not too much, not too less

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    I removed the front fender and changed the seat and put a new tank

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackbender View Post
    I removed the front fender and changed the seat and put a new tank

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    Jack, what are those shocks? Your scoot looks real nice man, love those headlights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by james69 View Post
    Jack, what are those shocks? Your scoot looks real nice man, love those headlights.
    Thanks! These are 11" shocks from drag specialties

    Here's a quick comparison for those who wonder what's the difference between stock and 6" fork extension.

    I've also put some new grey / chrome forks.
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