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    Default Dont call it a come back

    Not a new build but just a redo on my shovelhead

    i wasnt digging it anymore.

    I kept the same frame but changed a lot about it.

    -New front end to start, went from a 39mm (2 under ) to a stock length 33.4
    - new seat (sprung bates sytle with p-pad)
    - new sissy bar
    - new pipes
    - switched out for a cv carb from my super b
    - new tank (not pictured)
    - redid all the wiring for cloth wiring
    - panhead style oil tank
    - switched to a ratchet top from a rotary top 4 speed
    - new headlight (very small in comparison)
    -narrowed fender (4 3/4 " wide)
    - currently making some new mid controls, using floor board style tabs. They will actually be a mix between forward and mid controls bc of my height

    more to come as well,

    -paint
    -handmade dog bone risers
    -chrome and then ride the fuck out of it this summer

    then build the 69 frame you see pictured
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    Last edited by shovel625; 02-27-2020 at 9:50 AM.

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    Nice

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    Looks very sharp!

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    Heck yeah, love it. Sweet choice of tires, what are they?

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    Lookin good! They look like the same tires I just got for my build. Avon MKII

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    Quote Originally Posted by JakeF View Post
    Lookin good! They look like the same tires I just got for my build. Avon MKII
    yeah mk II's, paid 200 bucks for those wheels with brand new tires

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hatchet54 View Post
    Heck yeah, love it. Sweet choice of tires, what are they?
    MK II, highly recommend them too

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    one from last night, yes very traditional and "boring" bike but its has a lot of small trick things that ill showcase as it gets closer to final form

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    Nothing boring about it. Love it.

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    Pic Heavy post

    Rolled the bike outside and snapped a few pics today and then started on the brake side mid-ish controls for my tall ass
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    couple pics i quickly snapped
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    Drool

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    scored these 2 wassel tanks at the swap, one is low tunnel frisco mount, someone hand made it at some point years ago.

    i like bike where the tank splits the backbone, very stremlined but still chopper. Im going to run this high tunnel wassel, dual petcock, it the look and feel ive wanted
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    Quote Originally Posted by shovel625 View Post
    scored these 2 wassel tanks at the swap, one is low tunnel frisco mount, someone hand made it at some point years ago.

    i like bike where the tank splits the backbone, very stremlined but still chopper. Im going to run this high tunnel wassel, dual petcock, it the look and feel ive wanted
    Old School Kool!
    I'm diggin' it man

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