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    Quote Originally Posted by Motoguy View Post
    I like the standard looking pipes on this.

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    2010 Triumph Scrambler with many aftermarket add ons, replacements, or total custom changes. Paint by Blue Moon Kustoms in Oshkosh, WI.
    Working on a Sporty Chopper now so I'm calling this pretty much done. There are things I may still do someday but all my money goes into the Sporty for now.
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    Finished my bike a few weeks ago just in time for Cheap Thrills in Asbury Park, NJ. First ride was from my buddies shop to the venue. It's been a long three years! Also ended up taking home Best British.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kendall666 View Post
    Finished my bike a few weeks ago just in time for Cheap Thrills in Asbury Park, NJ. First ride was from my buddies shop to the venue. It's been a long three years! Also ended up taking home Best British.

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    Congratulations on the win. Great bike!

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    Might as well put up a pic of mine here.



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    Thanks Lisa!

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    Finally getting warm enough to get some break in miles on the bike. Feels good.Click image for larger version. 

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    I've got a build thread on here somewhere. This is the finished product. Not sure why it posted sideways but this is mine. Click image for larger version. 

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    Very nice,well done LinkBelt!
    Definitely Tasty!!
    Did you do the frame work?

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    Very nice,well done LinkBelt!
    Definitely Tasty!!
    Did you do the frame work?
    Nah man not on this one. The frame was built for me by Lucas Joyner at The Factory Metalworks. Originally I had done a frame for it but the single downtube frame won over in the end.

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    Hello everyone,

    Here is my Unit 500.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warheadsonforeheads16 View Post
    Hello everyone,

    Here is my Unit 500.

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    Nice detail work. Who built the springer? Can you post a pic of the other side?

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    The springer is a Mid-USA Hardbody Generation III. The forward legs are an add-on aftermarket part made by Three-Two Choppers. I will post more pics this evening. Thank you for the compliment.

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    Switched my bars up yesterday Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by kendall666 View Post
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    Looks even better. I just noticed that light down by the front of the engine - is that just for 'highlighting' that awesome lookin' spool hangin' out in front of that gorgeous springer?

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    Thanks! Haha pretty much all it is there for. The mounting block for the forward controls was something I wasn't going to be using so I figured I would put a light on it to take away from the bareness if it were just sitting there. The amber lens does look pretty good at night though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LinkBelt View Post
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    You got this peoples choice vote here too! Well done; looks great.

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    What makes a Triumph Tasty? This one's ugly, a before pic, but what made it tasty to me was the Wassell banana tank, the Zirwes kickstand, and the $200 price tag, with a good title. It's a '55 T110.

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