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Old 04-20-2017, 05:27 PM
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Aloha CC,

I've been a member for a while back but just created a new account as I was gone for quite some time. I am posting up my build that I recently completed and wish to sell off to a new home. This is not my first build, but my first one that I have made a log for and plan to sell off as I can no longer ride rigids due to a back injury. I am hoping this will fund my FXRT project and get me back on the road.

The base......I purchased a Lucky 7 Chopper off a guy in Dago many years back. The bike was in neglected shape but had a new S&S 96" Evo, and the drivetrain was in excellent shape, so I picked it up for a great price to make it my own. It is titled and registered as a 2007 Lucky 7 Chopper in Cali but with me here in Hawaii now. It turns out, the frame was built by Kustom Culture Motors in NorCal, and it is absolutely beautifully crafted and I had to have it.

I stripped the bike down to the frame, kept the drivetrain, a few parts, and tossed the rest. The goal was to bring it back to life in a better fashion and ride the hell out of it. Since then, a back injury has taken that away, so it is time to go to a new home.

I hope to get some good feedback and constructive recommendations as I post things up and move along.

The bike build started about three months back, and I have been pecking away at it between work, school, and my lady!

There are some build pics up on IG as well.....see name below!

Enjoy!

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