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What model of bike is this?

Im looking at building something similar but wanted to know what model bike it is. Size front wheell? Air ride? (because of battery relocation) different front springs? Thank you very much. Fatboy or Deluxe?
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Hello, I'm also a newbie here, and I don't have any idea about the bike. I know that it is a chopper motorcycle, but the model is......
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Hard to tell from that image but you could build something very close to it with a 2000-2017 FL Softail as a starting platform or build a similar bike from parts. The engine in that bike is a Twin Cam. Front end appears to be stock with a 21x35" wheel or possibly a 23x3 hard to tell. I have some pics of a 23" front wheel on a Softail I can share if you remind me via PM. The are on my PC at the shop. HHI and American Suspension offer Triple Tree kits to run a 23" front wheel and Bolt on Neck kits to run 26" or larger on them.
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