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Discussion in 'Road Warriors' started by Bloodweiser, Dec 20, 2010.
did you use a weld on hardtail or complete new frame?
Yea, what make is that frame?
That thing looks like you can just ride the shit out of it!! NICE!!
Word up, Rob...
It's a completely new frame.
Sorry, no comment on this question, as I do not see eye to eye with the manufacture of this particular frame.
What's up Aaron? you meeting us in Mexico for EDR 2011?
Where are you guys leaving from?
PMed you with my phone number... Call for the top secret, kooks only, jump off coordinates.
heres min bought off the flea market here.
i get it thursday. couple of things i want to change. one being the chrome rear wheel and the aluminum front. stopped at a friends work (vintage car and motorcycle retailer). was poking around in their junk room and found this.
straight 18 incher wtih no tire iron marks, nice spokes, couldn't believe it. when i asked him how much his response was "take it".
next up, seat change.
I'm thinking your bike may actually look better with a front fender. It seems a little unbalanced, possibly because of the substantial rear fender.
man, that's hot shit.
you mean like this? the seller said he had it, so i asked him to install before it shipped. supposed to get it today.ten+ inches of snow last night. hmmmm.....
That looks a lot better with the fender.
The seat looks painful.
Does the license plate grind in left hand corners, or is it hinged?
definitely much better with the fender .
How is that bag mounted? I've got an ancient saddlebag that I thought of doing something quite similar....
not hip on the seat either, easy fix.
ditto on the license plate holder. eventually back to stock tail light/license plate bracket.
oh, and cut me some slack, Jack. i've haven't even gotten the damn thing yet!
Supposedly some of those tractor style seats are actually quite comfortable. No pressure points because they are ergonomically shaped (like a mold of your ass!).
over ten inches of snow on the ground now, down to zero tonight. fuck, won't get to ride it for a while.....
little more info on the new bike in old skool.
In 1994 I bought a new teal Sportster. In 1995 a car turned left in front of me.
The bike was a mess, it needed a new frame and engines cases so I decided to have a little fun with it.
This bike was fun!!
Not mine, but the only Harley I've ever considered looks decent:
It's mine and I appreciate that.
The MoCo got it real right with the Iron and base 883s as a whole
proving once again that less is often more.