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    full wire tuck

    I did a full handlebar wire tuck. What you see is what you get. Still waiting on the custom front brake line with an integrated brake switch from Spiegler.








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    that looks great!!
    Last edited by kz6fittycent; 06-11-2020 at 03:21 AM.

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    That's disgusting, it's good you live in North Texas or someone might see yours and start making fun of mine.

    Nice job !

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    also made a cool little stand for it. This way I can sit on it without a motor and get the bars lined out.



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    Quote Originally Posted by mike lowary View Post
    also made a cool little stand for it. This way I can sit on it without a motor and get the bars lined out.



    OOoo That would make an awesome shop chair. Get a Uly seat and be able to sit back and drink beer while on your bike.....

    Or maybe some pedals and make it a bicycle treadmill.....

    I like the clutter free look.

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    Looking good

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    Hot dang Mike! Thats some serious time and money spent. Glad it turned out so nice

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    those controls look clean

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    I'm disappointed by the move away from magnesium. You need to start making parts in stellite. GO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 34nineteen View Post
    I'm disappointed by the move away from magnesium. You need to start making parts in stellite. GO!
    I’m on it!

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