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    Default just a sporty chop build

    This is what I picked up from a guy I worked with, a 1988 sportster 1200 for a $1000.00 bucks . Then the fun began .



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    After taking it all apart and ripping the motor out I cut the back half off and welded on a David bird hardtail . Got some spokes , 16 rear 21 front spool . New Frisco tank , 6 over fork tubes and more parts coming in.




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    Nothing feels better than cutting off all the gay 90s parts and starting fresh. Nice starting stance.

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    Got my exhaust , oil tank , bars , head and tail light in. Also got my battery box but not pictured. Seat is off to Oregon to get covered and sissy bar off to chrome .




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    Quote Originally Posted by nohonestlyitsme View Post
    Nothing feels better than cutting off all the gay 90s parts and starting fresh. Nice starting stance.
    It felt soooo good , there was a lot of it too

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    Seat is looking awesome, thx Emily

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    Looks good, what pipes are those? And is there any stretch in the rear?

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    The pipes are paughco, hard tail is David bird 4 stretch 2 drop .

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    Quote Originally Posted by BHMike View Post
    The pipes are paughco, hard tail is David bird 4 stretch 2 drop .
    Nice, what are you thinking for paint?

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    Nice setup!

    Lol, your image hosting site:

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    Gloss white frame with silver flake, white tank with sky blue 60's style design and flake it . Thx guys

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    Bitchen dude cant wait to see it done

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    Nice! Is this the same bike as in your profile pic? I'm in Chandler too!

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    Thx guys .
    Its not the same bike in my profile pic , had to sell that one when we moved back to AZ from Portland. The one in my profile pic was a 89 I built . We will have to meet up sometime HAM , where on Ray and McQueen

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    Hell I'm off Germann and McQueen! haha

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    love the heart on the sissy bar. any better pics of it? was it New Church Moto that covered your seat? It looks great

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    The seat was covered by Emily lindseth , she was the one who covered the haifley brothers Seats.

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    such a sweet sissy bar. I have always saved one photo of a similar sissy bar. Just love that heart on top...looks great.

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    Got the frame rattle canned with some gloss white & Roth siler flake finished off with 2k clear. Motor and frame are best friends again . Getting closer on the fender and tank paint , will have $ to get more clear and paint soon . She's coming together nicely though

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    Be careful with that frame for a while. That 2k takes a while to fully cure to its full hardness, I'd hate to see you chip it on accident

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