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For sale 2002 Harley Davidson Sportster Custom Hooligan Scrambler - $8600 - Salt Lake City, UT

Discussion in 'Bikes' started by moremoneythansense, Aug 15, 2021.

  1. moremoneythansense

    moremoneythansense n00b

    Oct 1, 2019
    Salt Lake City Utah
    STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD. Looking to take on the Mint 400 in Las Vegas? Enter a custom bike show competition? Or just impress your mates and turn heads at every stoplight? This bike will do it all. This isn't your standard bolt-on Sportster hooligan. Every inch of this machine was scrutinized and purpose built by an expert mechanic specializing in enduro motorcycles. Most parts were fabricated by hand to create a functional offroad motorcycle. Forget about those dime-a-dozen street "scramblers" and dad-bike BMWs This bike has looks AND perfomance. 1275 CC (yes you read that correctly) and a modified 50T rear sprocket makes this a wheelie machine! For experienced riders only. 36 inch seat height. Handles just as well offroad as it does on the highway. Zac2.jpg Sportster 1275a2.jpg Lee2.jpg Chain Conversion.jpg Skid plate (resized).jpg Lee3.jpg Lee4.jpg
  2. discoganya

    discoganya Engineer, Rider, Dad

    Jul 22, 2011
    SF Bay Area
    What are the tire sizes front and rear?

    What work was done to the carbs?

    Very nicely built
  3. MT Pockets

    MT Pockets Adventurer

    Apr 18, 2019
    Very nice! I have always wanted to build something very similar. Perhaps I should confer with the Head of the War Department regarding budgetary matters :hmmmmm
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  4. mysticbus

    mysticbus Mysticbus Supporter

    Mar 17, 2010
    Daytona Beach, FL
    Assuming the non drive side looks just as good as the drive/exhaust side... what kind of rear sprocket and chain does it use? I would be more inclined to go to normal gearing on this in the flatlands of FL, and speaking of which, are you able to help with shipping?
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