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Old 01-16-2010, 07:17 PM
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You are correct, i had no problem being asked to leave, i am new to web sites and as on any site you have people that agree with you and disagree , there was a thread posted after i got on that said what kinda bikes they would like to see on there, after it was brought to my attention, i read it and agreed it was not the place for me, they did not communicat with me very well on this as i sent a pm to the aministrator and got no responce other than a band for life, hay its his site, i live and learn every day, and that was one of those days. Thanks Sulley
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Old 01-16-2010, 09:12 PM
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That is one of the nicest wide tire mods I have seen in a while!
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Old 01-17-2010, 08:53 AM
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The art work is cool. That bike is a nice piece of iron.
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Old 01-19-2010, 04:05 PM
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Sulley, Post up...chopper of the month..You got my vote already!
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Old 01-20-2010, 10:21 AM
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I dont see where to do it, some one piont me Thanks Sulley
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Old 01-20-2010, 03:55 PM
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I found it, maybe tomorrow i will post some pictures. Sulley
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that's some great fab work on the rear section, simple and gets the job cleanly, the bike looks great.
Did you use raked cups on the front end? what brand?
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That's not just a Bike!!

Fucking "mechanical art skills on 2 wheels"!!

After your done riding...it should hang in the Smithsonian or something!!

Much Respect on a great build!!.....and a shovel....ahhhhh....it just warms me heart!!
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Very nice shovelhead. Well done !

I like the orange and white stripes on the black satin. I'm a big fan of black, and all black is nice but a little color or contrast is good for any bike.
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Old 03-11-2011, 08:41 PM
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Haven,t been here in a while, i changed up a few things on the bike, dont get to ride it much due to health problems but when i do ride it makes me feel all better LOL. Sulley

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The bike looks great. Thats the cure i would recommend. A little wind in the face will fix any thing. Hope your ok
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Gotta love a Shovel.I'm liking it alot.Of course I'm a little biased.Mine's only a 200 tire though.
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i agree with every one about your work. outstanding!

anychance you can show us some pic of the swingarm/ jackshaft modification? if you have it.
just want to figure out which part rotate and which part is fix. what puzzle me is how the swingarm bolt is secured to the frame while the jackshaft is turning. is it a double shaft?

thx in advance and let me know. would be interesting to seel the completed swingarm ( out of the bike)

i understand the concept and it so simple it stupid not to do one. will do this same thing on my next build! you convince me!
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Old 03-29-2011, 05:08 PM
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I don't know how often Sulley makes it over here to CC. Here's an album from the build.


http://s32.photobucket.com/albums/d3...%20Shovlehead/
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Old 04-06-2011, 08:27 PM
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Thanks Dave, i should hang out here more, the swing arm is only mounted on the out side of the arm, the jackshaft runs from the inside to inside of the arm, you can see it better in this picture, everything is mounted to the swingarm, all the bearing mounts and bearings, i had to make mounts to fastin the swingarm to the frame, i also made the mounts on the frame, the mounts i made for the swingarm seat into the bearing race of the swingarm, its a newer sportster swingarm and it uses cone bearings, take the bearing out and insert my mount, this thing was a lot of work and i wouldn't try it unless you have a lot of fabricating skills and are willing to cut up a Shovel frame. Sulley


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