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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 10-26-2018, 06:45 PM
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Did you do the shop job on that, or find it that way?

Why ain't we ridin'?
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With wing pals like mine running amok, I never know what they will do to a picture of mine with photo shop ?

Here's the oem in Death Valley 2003, a harmless picture coming out of Beatty, Nv to Furnace Creek ~:<)
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You have a sharp eye Dennis.
I didn't catch any of that.

My eye was drawn more to the flex pipe used to connect the muffs.
Someone goes to all the trouble to pull out motor and paint it and polish its bits and pieces, custom paint body work and you couldn't source a pipe bender guy/shop to get you custom pipe bent instead of using ghetto flex.

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You have a sharp eye Dennis.
I didn't catch any of that.

My eye was drawn more to the flex pipe used to connect the muffs.
Someone goes to all the trouble to pull out motor and paint it and polish its bits and pieces, custom paint body work and you couldn't source a pipe bender guy/shop to get you custom pipe bent instead of using ghetto flex.

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Agreed. Looks like something put together for a lot of Pintrest and Instagram hits to me.

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Nothing wrong with this slick build @ what you guys smokin ?
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Little stuff that should be obvious to a builder. Valve stems facing different ways, painting over pieces that should be polished, no grab bar to put the bike on the center stand, the safety rubber missing from the side stand, and...the drips of oil beneath the bike.

Most of it is easily fixable, but if those obvious things were missed, what other stuff may need work?
What "Valve stems"? No grab bar or safety rubber. Drips of oil under the bike? Are we looking at the same picture?

It's a nice looking custom regardless.


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