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post #11 of 33 (permalink) Old 11-03-2012, 09:14 PM
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A cool bike to scoot around on.

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Yeah that is really awesome. I want to build a bobber real bad. Might be next on my list.

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Nice; a textbook example of "less is more!"

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Outstanding! Did you fabricate that brake mount bracket yourself? Impeccable work.
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Outstanding! Did you fabricate that brake mount bracket yourself? Impeccable work.
Ebay caliper off a '05 Triumph Daytona 955ie...$20 bucks


I had Fab Kevin(google him),a fabricator in Michigan make it for me.Stainless Steel mill finished and I sanded and polished for two or three days but it turned out nice.
I highly recommend him!

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FaB Kevin rocks!

Nicely done bike.

I still think wrapping the exhaust lowers the tone of a nice bike.

But I would put it in the magazine.
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