Edit on June 10, 2015 I am editting the first post because most of pics from this page to page 7 has been lost due to my divorce with Smugmug. There must have been some sort of miscommunication with them and they boot me off including my photo so I have moved to Photobucket. In meantime, here is a pre-build info before I send you off to page 7 to see the building process. A bit history.. My friend who was mechanic at Harley dealer at the time.. he bought the bike looking like this.. 98 XLH 883 Then he converted that into this.. Disaster strike when he sold it to "someone his wife know" and he financed it to the buyer.. big mistake.. Was able to recover it.. sold it to me. Fuel tank was messed up, poor wiring job, etc. Wiring harness will need to be replaced, the center console is messed up badly on inside.. You can see that paint job for fuel tank is not matching with front/rear fender & oil tank. So I decided to convert it into a Dual Sport bike so I could ride it anywhere.. The stripping begin.. Parted out parts I won't need.. mostly dead weight anyway.. Front end replaced with KTM 50mm White Powder Extreme forks and Triple Tree with top part from Applied Racing. It bolt on perfect without any modification! Rims replaced with Buchanan's SunRims rims from Buchanan's Spoke in CA. Billet aluminum hub ordered to go with front end for better strength and HD steel hub was used for rear. HD hub weight 9 lbs and billet aluminum would be 6lbs but it is $300 so I decided $300 wasn't worth 3 lbs difference. Let me go ahead and send you off to Page 7 and start at #101.