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Old 04-14-2013, 09:05 PM   #2425
bdonley
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Joined: Sep 2011
Location: Central California coast
Oddometer: 339
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Originally Posted by s&s View Post
Thanks I'm trying to make it joy to ride and keep the looks close to stock... When using aftermarket parts, I like to go for the proven classics like s&s air cleaner and supertrapp exhaust. Ohlins are exception to the rule since I really dig their stuff.
I keep seeing bikes like this, and I'll have pull the batwing off and scrounge some lower bars. My first thought when I considered a Sportster was to cafe it.....
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