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Finally had a chance to work on the bike 2012 Superglide

 
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Old 07-12-2019, 06:58 PM
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Default Finally had a chance to work on the bike 2012 Superglide

Weather has been down right stupid around here, so much so I have not been able to get into the garage to work, but late last week It finally cooled down enough to do so...well...what did I do?
New front wheel/tire & EBC chrome rotor (17" chrome spoke to match the rear) 140 tire
Predator motor mount
Installed rocker lockers
Hayden primary chain adjuster
Redid my EBC lines
New plugs
All 3 oil change
New rear tire - cleaned the rear brake caliper
Installed (new to me) rear shocks (Fatbob)
Polished a bunch of fasteners...(to cheap to buy chrome bolts)
all tins out for new paint
Whats left...change grips, and a few minor things to button it all up...





I was able to get a couple of those touring spacers for free from my local shop and I polished them up....



and of course the rear of the bike with new tire, and fatbob shocks...

 

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Nice.

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Old 07-13-2019, 03:32 AM
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Nice Looking Ride there .. Will Love the Predator Mount , I sure do on mine .. Grips are a personal choice, and are lot's out there , but for me I went with Avon Air's but that was My Choice ..





 
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Originally Posted by crusader1xxx View Post
Weather has been down right stupid around here, so much so I have not been able to get into the garage to work, but late last week It finally cooled down enough to do so...well...what did I do?
New front wheel/tire & EBC chrome rotor (17" chrome spoke to match the rear) 140 tire
Predator motor mount
Installed rocker lockers
Hayden primary chain adjuster
Redid my EBC lines
New plugs
All 3 oil change
New rear tire - cleaned the rear brake caliper
Installed (new to me) rear shocks (Fatbob)
Polished a bunch of fasteners...(to cheap to buy chrome bolts)
all tins out for new paint
Whats left...change grips, and a few minor things to button it all up...

I was able to get a couple of those touring spacers for free from my local shop and I polished them up....

and of course the rear of the bike with new tire, and fatbob shocks...
Wow, it'll be whole new bike to ride! Nice!
 
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Old 07-14-2019, 04:33 AM
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Love the white walls

How have you mounted your turn signals to the frame?
 
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Love the white walls

How have you mounted your turn signals to the frame?
Its a U shaped bar that mounts through the center hole in the middle of the frame...same place you would mount a crash bar...I used 1/8 steel plate, cut to size, bent the ends and drilled holes for the lights..its just spray bombed just now, over the winter Ill get it powder coated
 
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