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  1. #41
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    ................... (Availability: In Stock Now!) ....................

    VT No: 16-0982
    OEM No: 94805-80A
    This eastern bushing reaming tool fits pinion bushing in cam cover.
    Fits:
    FL 1958-1984
    FX 1971-1984
    FXST 1984-1998
    FLST 1986-1998
    FXR 1982-1994
    FLT 1979-1998
    FXD 1991-1998
    UOM: 1 - EA
    Country of Origin: USA

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    Here's the wheels of choice ....
    Keeping in mind the "Look of Polished Alum." made for easy picking of the parts to run on this build..

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    The front wheel will be seeing a tad more use of Alum. added into the mix with the Atlas Hub-Cap installed....



    And a bit of chrome on the brake backing plate ...





    For the Bars was this ......

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    Think we're going after the LBJ look of yesteryear ... !!!!



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    Going to call the scoot "Harleybird" .....



    Fork ain't long enough to call it "Jimi"

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    Dual leading Shoe Brake is looking good ...

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    That outta put the whoa on the stopping ...!!!

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    Might need good "Whoa" on this build....

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    Yo Bill....

    Ya going to need this one too ... Ya Know

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    My, my ..... What big bumps you have Cammy .. !!!!

    And .....



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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragstews View Post
    Yo Bill....

    Ya going to need this one too ... Ya Know

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    yep, i've been able to gather up pretty much all the special tools except the reams. may have to sell my extra truing stand and rod laps and just buy retail.

    that bike is gonna be sweet on many levels.

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    I wanting him to run these pipes.....





    What do ya think .... ???

    With the tranny being raised up and the street digger look going on, seems to fit the build real well...

    Bill ... Ya got an eye for this, let me know your thoughts...???
    Help me out with the choice, will ya... I have Old Timers Disease, and could use a helping hand at times....

    .../// https://youtu.be/8L6aMOsHqmk \\\...
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    I like those rims jesse.
    I know you asked bill but I bet you could weld up some better pipes. not to sure if I like those. maybe high side like that but both head pipes going into one.

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    That's a great idea....

    I'm going to run that past the owner and see what he thinks about it...

    Kinda like the first XLCH had ....



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    i think maybe something like these shotgun megaphones i made awhile back. btw that bike had a 1" raised trans


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    same bike/pipes with a genny motor

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    on a side note, when you raise the trans a stock horseshoe tank won't fit. i sectioned one and made it fit but the 8" round tank went in no problem.

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    id like to see those cycle x pipes on a bike

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    ^^^ Those pipes do have a cool look to them....
    But now that I see them on a bike it kinda looks like they was designed around a cone motor...
    Don't look like there would be room to clear a Magneto on a Gen. case....

    The bike Bill posted up with the S-pipe is more what I have in mind. (Guessing at this point) .. Perhaps with the rear pipe being of the Shotgun Hi-Pipe....



    These might be the look we are after ... ???





    If we do use the low front pipe, it will need to be the "S" type pipe..
    The Bike is going to be sitting kinda low and will need room for the curves ....

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    imho straight pipes don't visually "pop" like a muffler of some sort to give it some presense . if i were building it (which i'm not) i think i'd try some pipes like i posted on the genny bike but make the mufflers flattened, open megaphones with perforated heat shields.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LilBill View Post
    imho
    Straight pipes don't visually "pop" like a muffler of some sort to give it some presense .
    Agreed ....
    Being we are attempting to keep the look of the bike in the 40"s and early 50"s chopper era, the upswept cocktail shaker exhaust just may be the look for this build...



    Gotta say I"m still grooven on those X-Cycle Pipes....



    Pretty sure a Morris Snap Mag would cause problems...???

    Choosing the right pipe for a particularly build in progress is like walking into a Baskin-Robbins .... !!!!



    Much Thanks Fellows for your views in the pick for pipes...

    Y'all got any more ideas, don't be shy throw em out here...
    Kinda a ways away from pipes just yet, but the day will come in a few months from now...

    .... It's just like the song I posted above "I don't know what I'm looking for"
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