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    Quote Originally Posted by Tattooo View Post
    Awesome................ I remember your build now.......

    The bike looked great with the old seat...................But that new seat looks like hell on there it needs something behind the seat like a bitch pad or something............ The bike doesn't flow anymore like it did..........

    I'm really glad it rides better,,,,,,,,

    But it's your bike leave it like you like it............
    Now does the seat look better?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Luky View Post
    Now does the seat look better?
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    LOL The seat still looks like hell but the pic looks much better................

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    By the way, I can't remember which Harley they made a few years ago with the goofy seat and detachable rear seat that was way up in the air.... But your bike resembles it now...........

    Not picking on your bike at all it turned out great but that new seat?????????? Not so much.............

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tattooo View Post
    By the way, I can't remember which Harley they made a few years ago with the goofy seat and detachable rear seat that was way up in the air.... But your bike resembles it now...........

    Not picking on your bike at all it turned out great but that new seat?????????? Not so much.............
    Yes, Tattoo I do remember that Harley transformer seat. I do not think mine looks that bad. My seat is so comfortable! really worth the ridicule. LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luky View Post
    Yes, Tattoo I do remember that Harley transformer seat. I do not think mine looks that bad. My seat is so comfortable! really worth the ridicule. LOL!


    I never said it looked uncomfortable, but you can tell by the look on the ladies face she would like to have somewhere to sit please............. LOL

    Plus the bike would look way better..............

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tattooo View Post
    By the way, I can't remember which Harley they made a few years ago with the goofy seat and detachable rear seat that was way up in the air.... But your bike resembles it now...........

    Not picking on your bike at all it turned out great but that new seat?????????? Not so much.............
    Rocker.

    A buddy of mines dad has one and he thinks that stupid seat is great

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    Quote Originally Posted by markwade74 View Post
    Rocker.

    A buddy of mines dad has one and he thinks that stupid seat is great
    Yep that's the bike.............. I bet they do ride nice as big as they were.............

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    The back of the Le Pera 304 seat is curved and echoes the curve of the rear fender.
    Check that out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luky View Post
    The back of the Le Pera 304 seat is curved and echoes the curve of the rear fender.
    Check that out.
    LOL Oh yea that makes it look much better...... LOL

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    Could you post a pic of how you have your tail light set up on this bike? Looking for ideas for mine. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JakeF View Post
    Could you post a pic of how you have your tail light set up on this bike? Looking for ideas for mine. Thanks!

    My tail light is from Custom Dynamics and is called the "All in One Tail light". It has signal lights,Stop light,running light, and license plate light. You can mount it in a flat frame or a curved frame.
    It is the only light and license plate that I like. It does it all. All LED's
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