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    Default 2006 Honda Rebel Bobber inspired build.

    Whats up guys,
    I wanted to post my 2006 Honda Rebel Bobber inspired build.
    So far I have mounted a solo seat, installed rear indicator lights and mounted tail light/license plate.
    Nest I am going to remove front fender, install a rear chopper fender fabricate sissy bar, remove that awful speedo, and change the handle bars to 8" mini apes.
    Then change my gas tank to a frisco peanut.
    I will keep updating as I move along. What do you guys think so far? Also please add suggestions if you have some for me.
    Thanks guys..Click image for larger version. 

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    i dont think that tank has a bad shape to it. id use that money for something else. yeah i'd be putting a fender on the rear also. someone is gonna come along and say to get rid of those seat springs.

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    Nice start so far. And I agree with metalheart save the money on the tank and definitely get rid of the seat springs. Too many springs on the ass end. Buy tools with the money you save from not buying a tank, tools that can help you build other parts of the bike. That way you save money and make all your stuff, like make some handlebars and shit like that.

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    Yeah, I am going to paint the springs black. Or I am going to toy with rubber bumpers instead of springs to see what looks better. I was also thinking of dishing the sides another stock Rebel tank to see how it looks so I can keep the stock one original. Just some thoughts.

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    Why a front fender and no rear?????????

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    I am going to remove the front fender. Rear fender is next on the list. I am going to order a 6" unfinished flat fender for the rear.

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    He likes a dirrrrty back side... haha

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    I got the front fender off and have it sitting on the rear to get a feel for it.
    Gonna see if I can stretch it a bit to fit the radius of the back wheel. If I can't make it work, I will have to order a 6" flat fender blank.
    Fab some struts and some front fender fork braces.

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