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  1. #21
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    Awesome build thread, please keep us updated with your progress. Thanks for sharing your build with us, much appreciated!

    Bike is looking awesome too!
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  2. #22
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    Very Nice.

  3. #23
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    Thanks guys, the good words keep me going. I went out and installed my kickstand today, now I don't have to worry about it falling off the bike jack.







    "You underestimate the power of the dark side" ~ Darth Vader
    Harley Davidson 1200 on a Flyrite rigid frame (under construction)

  4. #24
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    For some reason your tire looks crooked man :/ Looks real good though
    2006 Buell Blast 492cc
    33Hp
    30Ft of torq
    Skull and Wings sticker on the tank...make it go faster


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  5. #25
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    Looks great!!!

  6. #26
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    May I suggest you keystone bars or clubman bars?

  7. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spade115 View Post
    For some reason your tire looks crooked man :/ Looks real good though
    It's because it's just thrown on there, I don't have the spacers in yet... Waiting to get my chain drive setup to try and center the rear tire. I think the belt drive pulley will hit the frame if the tire is centered, and I wouldn't be able to live with an off-center rear tire. Besides, I love the look of the chain drive, the options it provides in final drive, and the cost of the chain versus needing another belt someday. I found a good deal on the sprockets on debrix dot com.
    "You underestimate the power of the dark side" ~ Darth Vader
    Harley Davidson 1200 on a Flyrite rigid frame (under construction)

  8. #28
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    Quote Originally Posted by gama View Post
    May I suggest you keystone bars or clubman bars?
    I like the look, but seems like it's being done alot on bobbers I see... I felt the need to go regular ol' apes for some reason. Plus, these were free!
    "You underestimate the power of the dark side" ~ Darth Vader
    Harley Davidson 1200 on a Flyrite rigid frame (under construction)

  9. #29
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    Great looking bike as stated before.
    I like the apes on bobbers. They compliment the springer front end.
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  10. #30
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    Haven't gotten too much done lately, but I did sand and prime my raw oil tank, and got the DNA front brake kit... Only thing is the caliper hits the spokes, so I need a pretty thick rotor spacer now..
    "You underestimate the power of the dark side" ~ Darth Vader
    Harley Davidson 1200 on a Flyrite rigid frame (under construction)

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