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Last Comment by raf702 - Posted Date: Mon 20 October 2014 12:56 [ Post a Comment
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Sweeet! What kind of exhaust by the way?!

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Photo Details: "05 Custom" by ecosse_xlc - Posted Date: Tue 22 April 2014 - Rating: ********** 10.00

Last Comment by curts72 - Posted Date: Mon 20 October 2014 06:24 [ Post a Comment
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JWWYATT, I just like it.
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Last Comment by tiktak - Posted Date: Sat 11 October 2014 15:16 [ Post a Comment
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What size is that back wheel. Love this bike
Photo Details: "my sporty" by ro210 - Posted Date: Sat 16 May 2009 - Rating: ********** 9.84

Last Comment by Shovelhead76 - Posted Date: Sun 21 September 2014 20:53 [ Post a Comment
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can you tell me a bit more about the fender you used? From what I have been reading, if you cut the struts up a little bit, you can move then to the outer side of the supports and add a wider fender. What size fender is this and did you have to make any modifications to the struts?

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Photo Details: "76er, $50 paint job baby!!" by bennyleechop - Posted Date: Tue 23 December 2008 - Rating: ******** 8.00

Last Comment by Shovelhead76 - Posted Date: Sun 21 September 2014 20:47 [ Post a Comment
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love the look. Very interested in the rear fender. What did you use for a fender. I have been dying to put a larger fender on the rear but have not found much info on how to here yet.

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Photo Details: "Grizzzly's 66' Ironhead" by grizzzly - Posted Date: Sun 9 August 2009 - Rating: ********* 9.33

Last Comment by welshturk - Posted Date: Wed 17 September 2014 12:55 [ Post a Comment
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Like that !!
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Last Comment by Drafter - Posted Date: Tue 16 September 2014 21:40 [ Post a Comment
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They were fishtail pipes at one time from head to tip. got tired of them, cut off the fishtails and slipped on 2" slash cuts with skull head car tips Drag Lady or something like that. got tired of those, slipped them off, got angled piping from O Riely and tapped screwed on narrower slash cuts. wrapped it up to hide all the scares.
Photo Details: "a raked 5 - 9" by Drafter - Posted Date: Thu 4 September 2014 - Rating: 0.00

Last Comment by Lasse - Posted Date: Sun 14 September 2014 10:17 [ Post a Comment
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Det er helt i orden!
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Last Comment by unkilltony - Posted Date: Mon 8 September 2014 07:57 [ Post a Comment
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were did you get those pipes?
Photo Details: "a raked 5 - 9" by Drafter - Posted Date: Thu 4 September 2014 - Rating: 0.00

Last Comment by MooCowDanger - Posted Date: Thu 28 August 2014 13:29 [ Post a Comment
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Was thinking about ordering a tank from J&P for my bike. (all new tins actually) I want my bike to be a flat olive green color, but I don't want to spend the $2,000 to have it done. Figured I could get a set of tins from J&P and give it the old college try with some Krylon spray paint. Any tips you can give me on how hard swapping out the fuel injection parts on the tank?
Photo Details: "Gas Tank unpainted" by atobias - Posted Date: Thu 23 June 2011 - Rating: 0.00

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