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Your new front legs are a butt load nicer than standard.

What about a bracing plate that could be welded to the trailing edge of the rear leg? Would be a way to beef 'em up a bit and change the shitty profile.
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Your new front legs are a butt load nicer than standard.

What about a bracing plate that could be welded to the trailing edge of the rear leg? Would be a way to beef 'em up a bit and change the shitty profile.
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Old 08-16-2012, 02:28 AM
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Similar to brace on the back of this VL fork.

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Similar to brace on the back of this VL fork.

That adds a nice touch but we don't mess around with the rear section only offer an upgrade to the front.
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Is the drilled piece the brace - that is the shock - no?
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Most all these bike websites are rediculous. Chopcult and Shovelhead USA have some of the best innovative tech posts and some great instructional posts for fabrication and motor building. Problem is everything outside of the tech gets opinionated and political. Many 'biker' types hide behind the keyboard and act stupid. Internet provides some good quick information, instant experts, and jackasses!

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Old 08-17-2012, 02:35 PM
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i loved the cv 4 inch aircleaner D.I.Y. tech very damn cool on chopcult.com
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Old 08-17-2012, 11:18 PM
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Is the drilled piece the brace - that is the shock - no?
No, the damper mechanism is not the brace.
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