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Old 04-02-2010, 06:06 AM
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Getting ready to buy Redneck/Buell

Selling off my current bike and am interested in doing a Redneck/Buell Bobber. Been looking through some of the projects looking for ideas and thoughts from anyone who has recently bought from Redneck. Current quality, photo's and any advise you may have would be greatly appreciated.
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I bought from Red neck about 1 1/2 years ago and can say they were excellent to deal with. No problems with the frame or tins and ever thing lined up the way it should, One thing to watch is ground clearance as it wont give you much with the standard Buell forks and trees. I had the standard forks on at first but was to lower and put 4 slugs in which was OK, and now fitted a 4 over Springer front end.
Also make sure you get the right battery as the standard Buell battery is too big.
good luck with the build.
I get mine back in a few weeks after having the whole bike rebuilt by someone that isnt a rough barsted like me.
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