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    Default My shovelhead build/s

    I was missing my old shovelhead life so I traded my dyna for a 1979. Here is how I got it, not too bad in a Santee frame, already had a wideglide and dual disc which is what I was really wanting
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    Had to swap the tins up, I dig split tanks so went that route and had to ditch the super short fender
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    Ended up finally getting a lift for harley "build" #4
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    Had to ditch all the weird add ons from the years and the factory bits I wasn't going to use
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    Had to re-break, angle, shorten, and tweak a v-twin mfg jockey shifter for a rotary to clear my coil
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    Wanted to leave the chrome oil tank but it sat in the frame like garbage...and had a huge dent I believe from the chain breaking prior

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    Theres an awesome local seat guy I've had do my seat and he kills it. Interior Revolution.
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    Got everything back from powder
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    My lady is a painter so we got to mess around a bit with a technique I've had on my mind for a while, and come up with our own mix of candys for this color
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    I had her leave the inside of the tanks and inside of the fender as the candy for something a little different
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    In the middle of it all I ended up with another shovelhead 1976...So now it begins again, have just loosely swapped the tank, put on some silverback moto bars, and ditched the 10" over narrow glide no brake, for a 12" over wideglide with a drum. Planning on getting some quick things done to this for a canada trip in about 6 weeks

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    Damn that actually looks like a decent oil tank that fits a cowpie.

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    It is a Throttle addiction oil tank that I tucked up tight with some tabs under the seat. Fits good however that rotary has gotta go. Ended up getting a ratchet locally to throw in.

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    Beautiful man. Loving the paint and how that foot clutch set up is lookin.

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    You will need to put a stop on your pedal if your going to run a wafer throw out bearing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 53panhead View Post
    You will need to put a stop on your pedal if your going to run a wafer throw out bearing.
    Even with full time slack in the chain? The weight actually pulls my pedal back so there is no pressure on the clutch release other than the little bit of chain weight. The ratchet top I'm getting ready to throw in actually has the "heavy duty" type so not too worried about that.

    Just curious, why would that matter with wafer type vs the heavy duty?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bringtheruckus View Post
    Even with full time slack in the chain?
    Forward stop not at rest stop. Believe me it makes a difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bringtheruckus View Post
    Just curious, why would that matter with wafer type vs the heavy duty?

    Thanks

    One can take pressure pushing on it and the other one can't........... Think about how hard your foot is pushing on the peddle when your stopping...........

    But do what ever you think is best after all it's your bike...........

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    The flame job looks rad on the tanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 53panhead View Post
    Forward stop not at rest stop. Believe me it makes a difference.
    Quote Originally Posted by Tattooo View Post
    One can take pressure pushing on it and the other one can't........... Think about how hard your foot is pushing on the peddle when your stopping...........

    But do what ever you think is best after all it's your bike...........
    Interesting, thanks guys ill look into that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misfitJason View Post
    The flame job looks rad on the tanks!
    Thanks dude!

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    Saw your bike at Landlocked, love the mags and raised white letters and the tank paint! My girlfriend tattooed your gf recently, if my memory serves me correctly. Great bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by brooklynbomber View Post
    Saw your bike at Landlocked, love the mags and raised white letters and the tank paint! My girlfriend tattooed your gf recently, if my memory serves me correctly. Great bike!
    Thanks dude I appreciate it! I dont believe she has any work from any females, must have me mixed up.

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    OH, now I remember...they both did Brushmasters in Colorado. We chatted with her before seeing your bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brooklynbomber View Post
    OH, now I remember...they both did Brushmasters in Colorado. We chatted with her before seeing your bike.
    Ah rad haha, seems like that would have been a good time! I had to stay home mending a shattered shoulder

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