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Jaytex ...Thanks..yup never been big on Nattys
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Macsporty....Its magical PVC...it can withstand molten lava...lol
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Thanks ...Devildogg
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Very nice! can't wait to see if finished.
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Laffing My Silly White Lazy Ass Off LMSWLAO!!!
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My '02 XL1200C looks identical to the one You started with. except for the Mustang Seat and the Hypercharger!!
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Deaner, I think a six pack of OLD English 800 would be the max of that rear seat
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Well hopefully Ill have some energy today and get started before the heat rises. Getting hot and humid round here lately. I want to get some small touch up stuff done today. Placement of passenger foot pegs. Cutting some tabs off. Trimming the fender. Various measurements. Etc etc etc. Getting some least expensive part orders out of the way. After the next visit to the welder, would like to get the parts powdercoated. If lucky the rear end will be completely done in early fall. That's not including the re-wiring.
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nice build i like your vision and thats a good idea on the pvc pipes

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