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    Default Win a Cole Foster Gas Tank from Lowbrow Customs

    Lowbrow Customs Presents: Cole Foster Gas Tank For 2007 & Up Sportsters



    Known for his minimalist approach to design and style, Cole Foster designed this low-slung gas tank to add some class to your custom Sportster. Exclusively from Lowbrow Customs, the Cole Foster Gas Tank fits 2007 & up Harley-Davidson Sportsters with Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI). It comes complete with a knurled aluminum vented gas cap, and uses your stock fuel pump and gas tank mounting hardware. This gas tank swap is an easy install for novice or experienced motorcycle builder alike. With a capacity of approximately 3.25 gallons you won't be making gas stops every 60 miles either!



    *Tanks are pressure tested, but it is highly recommended you or your painter pressure test it again before painting; it's cheap insurance!



    Retail $259.95

    Would you like to win one? Just enter a photo of your 2007 & Up Sportster in this thread that you'd like to use this tank on. The winner must follow these simple steps once installing the gas tank:

    1.) Share an updated photo of the tank installed in Lowbrow Customs' Chop Market.

    2.) Send some high-resolution photos to submissions@lowbrowcustoms.com to be used by Lowbrow Customs.

    3.) Make sure you follow Lowbrow Customs on Instagram and Facebook and tag them in your cross promotion of thanks, #lowbrowcustoms.

    The winner will be announced on September 16, 2016. Best of luck!

    I would like to thank Tyler, Kyle and the mighty crew at Lowbrow Customs for continuing to support the ChopCult community!
    Lisa

    How To Install: Lowbrow Customs Cole Foster Gas Tank

    Watch the Install video here
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    My 2013 sportster 48
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    2009 HD Sportster

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    My Sportster 72. The stock tank just doesn't have the style and fuel capacity the Cole Foster does. The Cole Foster tank would look rad on my 72!!!
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    When I removed the paint from my 07 sporty, I found a previous owner had covered the top corner with about an inch of bondo to hide the fact it had been dropped. They welded up the damage and covered the whole side of the tank in bondo to even it out.
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    My 2010 Iron, last thing left to do is install a new tank!

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ID:	71817 My daily ride would be awesome with a new tank

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    I commute 172 miles round trip (Hesperia to long beach), and it would be nice to cut my fuel stops to two instead of 4
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    I'm in the middle of front end face lift so send that tank on over. Not lifting the tank,..it's just unmounted so I can move it out of way. Will have it painted and on with the quickness!

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    My 2013 48 would look insane with this tank, plus I need the extra room for fuel!!
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    My 09 XL1200L


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    Default My 2011 48, 100% RAW

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    Default 14 iron 883

    Help me ditch this paint job

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    I accidentally deleted my post I think?

    This is my 2008 Nightster. It has been this way for a few years...it's time for a face lift

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ID:	71866 my 2012 would look nice with that tank on it

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    Would LOVE to put this tank on my bike! The Tank Would go well with all the sound lowbrow custom shotgun pipes provided me with!! I'll definitely be heard for a longer distance with this tank!

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    2007 Sportster Superlow frame with a 2010 Sportster 48 front end. I am planning on sanding all of the fenders down to the metal and going to re-apply a clear coat with the OEM Harley Shovelhead wings decal, but this would make things much easier and give it a nice touch! Click image for larger version. 

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