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    I definitely dig what you got going on. Only input I have is a full painted motor like that looks 'cheap'. Even if it's done well, it's what everyone with a rattlecan and hacksaw does to make a 'chopper'. Color accents are good though. Just my opinion, so take it with s grain of salt.

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    Was thinking about that, it's painted in Duplicolor metalcast, which is some sorta weird tinted clea r coat shit, you can see the raw metal underneath.. if that makes sense? I really don't wanna pull the motor again because it's kind of a dink to get in and outta this frame as it is now. I gotta zip those upright struts off as I'm building new ones welded to that fuckin sissybar.. the sissybar I welded to the frame.



    Gonna be honest though, looking cheap is the least of my worries or cares, I made my seat outta a car seat cover.

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    I think that the fenders, side covers and valve cover need the same paint scheme as the tank!
    Dusty

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    Well it's got legs again.



    Ladies go wild when I expose my shaft,


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    great job on the XJ! i'm working on my first build using the 82 XJ650. getting set to chop on the frame..little worried. using 1"DOM .125 is that about what you used for the hardtail pipe?

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