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post #11 of 29 (permalink) Old 12-16-2015, 11:40 AM
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I've heard a drill bit will go through a Pirelli like a knife through hot butter. Just saying if you choose to drill take precautions.

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I got mine from there. It's the same item. It was cheaper at BBB even with the overseas shipping. It took a little fitting adjustment using a Dremel tool. The holes were a little off on the slicer or my fender strut or both.
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This is the one I'm going with:







I think the no-drill ones look chintzy. And I'm not ever going to sell the bike anyway...

+1. Just put this in my list.
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I got mine from there. It's the same item. It was cheaper at BBB even with the overseas shipping. It took a little fitting adjustment using a Dremel tool. The holes were a little off on the slicer or my fender strut or both.
Thanks, coach! This morning, I ordered my slicer. I will post when it is added to my T100.

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SeaLawyer, I am kinda leaning towards Retro. However, I do like the no drill slicer offered by British Bike Bits.

Has anyone compared British Bike's slicer to New Bonneville? Which one is better?
I considered the drilled slicer but was concerned about the curve of the slicer not matching the fender (I'm very picky) then having to alter the slicer so I just went with the no drill one and I like it. I like being able to remove it if I want a different look. I get compliments on it all the time, one guy even started taking photos of it at a bike gathering.

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I considered the drilled slicer but was concerned about the curve of the slicer not matching the fender (I'm very picky) then having to alter the slicer so I just went with the no drill one and I like it. I like being able to remove it if I want a different look. I get compliments on it all the time, one guy even started taking photos of it at a bike gathering.

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I went the the NB no-drill slicer route exactly for this reason
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Did you place yours on your Bonnie? If so, can you post a pic
Not yet. Winter project. Along with another "top secret" retro mod...
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