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    That 74 is awesome! Here's my 98 work in progress
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    Nice! Were did you find that sissy bar and how tall is it?

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    what kind of sissy bar is that and where'd you get it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedHerring View Post
    I really like the high headlight. Goes really good with your bar setup. Good stuff
    Thanks man! I think it looks p bitchin.

    This was shortly after I put on the 4+ fork tubes. I'm now in regrets as I wish I hadn't chicken'd out and went for the 6+

    I was concerned about how it would handle, but with +4 there was not much in terms of getting used to how it rides. Perhaps down the line..

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    Everyone in Canada is doing it:

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    Started a new bike (with a lot of help) building heavily influenced by the SF and NorCal style, tall and narrow. I'll put together a build thread in the next couple weeks.

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    Looks really good, Cody. Is that about 8 or 10 over up front? What kind of drop in the rear section?

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    I know this is a Sporty thread but has anyone put longer forks on a Dyna ?

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    My current norcal in action
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlbertaFarmer View Post
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    I just noticed the exhaust, is that a Dan Moto 2-1? I have one for my 2000 Sporty and love the sound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skjoll View Post
    I just noticed the exhaust, is that a Dan Moto 2-1? I have one for my 2000 Sporty and love the sound.
    That's a Vance and Hines, not sure which one. I picked it up at a swap meet for $75. Someone laid it down hard and took out a big piece by the tip. They bondo'd it and did an awful rattle can flame job. I got that off and now I'm running without the heat shields. Pretty trashy up close but it sounds alright. Those Dan moto's are sick.

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    This thread was a big inspiration in my '87 norcal style build. I finished this last summer.
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    Just installed tcbros 6 over into my 92 hugger. Looks pretty good but I'll have to extend the brake line and speedometer cables then I can take it for a real ride.Click image for larger version. 

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    Long time lurker first time poster. Iím a member because of this thread lol. So I love garystaven88's red tanked sporty. In fact that stance is what Iím after, Iím in love with it lol. Hereís my shot at NorCal from the nocoast state of ks. Started life as a 03 883 hugger before me and when i got it it was already a 1200. So thanks to this thread and a few others here is mine. Now itís 6 over forks (8 longer than the factory as huggers are -2 stock) and a 2.9 tank and also a mustang regal duke which I LOVE here it is. Thereís also bars and what not but ya you get the idea. I also had the local weld shop added 2 or 2.5 inches to the kick stand. The gold leaf is decal I had designed and cut. My buddy did the stripping and I did all the lace and paint (for almost ten years I was a painter in the collision repair industry) so let me know what you all think of my attempt!

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    Nice work 64440.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7and7is View Post
    Nice work 64440.
    Tasty

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