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    Default Few pics of a new build - Working Mans Special - Dyna

    Trying to make a dyna look a little better. Done quite a few different styles lately, but i'm really feeling this setup...




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    Looks good, How stiff are those shocks, You dont have problems with rubbing on compression?

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    No, I've got 2 inches of clearance where it needs to be...Those are the lowest shocks available, so I can always go taller...Will probably end up running 11" 412's...they ride good, handle nice and still have decent travel and ground clearance....

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    I'm diggin it... Like the fender.

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    Looks really good! Now that it's a solo seat bike you can chuck those flamed p-pegs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rooster52478 View Post
    Looks really good! Now that it's a solo seat bike you can chuck those flamed p-pegs.
    trust me...they're gone

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    Lookin good. I like the rear fender too.

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    Can't wait to see the end result!!! Nice

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    good looking bike man.... looking to do something similar to my sporty

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    that is looking all business

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    like what ya did with the fender...looks good with the radius on it instead of just a straight cut

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    I like it looks good , I like the fender and the strut setup !

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    You need to lace up a 21" up front.....The rear looks bad ass.

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    Running a 21.3.5" front with a 120...

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    Updating this build...finished it up today:








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    looks killer, but im starting to lean more towards full hight suspension on a dyana/ fxr/ etc... Keep up the good work, all of the bike you have posted have been impressive!

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    is that a bare bones or silhouette seat? I want one for my 04 dyna but don't know anyone with one to get feedback from

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    Mike, suckaduckpunk runs a Le Pera Bare Bones on his FXDX. Hit him up.

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    That looks great.I'd love to know what it sounds like with those mufflers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shiftace View Post
    is that a bare bones or silhouette seat? I want one for my 04 dyna but don't know anyone with one to get feedback from
    I had a silhouette on my '02...really comfy, not too big not, too small. Not sure bout the barebones

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