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I know this is clubchopper but....I also have a road king 06 and thinking of converting it to just a softail getting rid of bags all together...any ideas I mean it is considered chopping a bike up right?
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I'm a minimalist. If I had a stock bike, anything that doesn't participate in motion is dead weight for me... I would undress/chop/bob the shit out of it...
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I'm with ya. Just trying to figure out a good way to do it. She's not stock at all anymore...lowered in front, apes, nasi bagger kit with air ride rear. Not ghetto fabulous just clean no big wheel and all that shit. Love the bike but tired of the bags. New project!
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i'm with ya. Just trying to figure out a good way to do it. She's not stock at all anymore...lowered in front, apes, nasi bagger kit with air ride rear. Not ghetto fabulous just clean no big wheel and all that shit. Love the bike but tired of the bags. New project!
post the pics, easier to see and suggest what can be done.
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Old 06-13-2017, 10:17 AM
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I know this is clubchopper but....I also have a road king 06 and thinking of converting it to just a softail getting rid of bags all together...any ideas I mean it is considered chopping a bike up right?
NO...twin cam A will vibrate all over the softail frame,which is solid mount,,the A is a rubber mount engine.
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Some ideas.

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