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My 2016 with SAS, Thunderbike rearfender and V&H big radius. I'm now in the process of making upper front fork covers out of aluminium and painting them gloss black. This afternoon I'm going to pickup my trigger levers and smaller mirrors at the HD dealer.





 

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[QUOTE=MoneyFor;17270742]My 2016 with SAS, Thunderbike rearfender and V&H big radius. I'm now in the process of making upper front fork covers out of aluminium and painting them gloss black. This afternoon I'm going to pickup my trigger levers and smaller mirrors at the HD dealer.






Bro, I Love the way your rear struts blend into your fender! (or what ever else is going on there) we need more pictures of that area. BTW, I did the same to my top fork legs and believe I have an extra set of top tube covers if you're interested.
 

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Bro, I Love the way your rear struts blend into your fender! (or what ever else is going on there) we need more pictures of that area. BTW, I did the same to my top fork legs and believe I have an extra set of top tube covers if you're interested.
Thanks, I make those fork covers myself out of aluminium tubing. For me it's a time killer and I have a machine shop so it's no problem but thanks for offering.
 
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Thanks, I make those fork covers myself out of aluminium tubing. For me it's a time killer and I have a machine shop so it's no problem but thanks for offering.
Wow, I wish I had known, it was a PITA for me, lol... It's really the way to go though, I think someone else has leather ones that strap on and aren't nearly as nice.???
 

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My 2016 with SAS, Thunderbike rearfender and V&H big radius. I'm now in the process of making upper front fork covers out of aluminium and painting them gloss black. This afternoon I'm going to pickup my trigger levers and smaller mirrors at the HD dealer.





did You have the exhaust covers powder coated gloss black! How’d you get them gloss. I love it!!!
 
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did You have the exhaust covers powder coated gloss black! How’d you get them gloss. I love it!!!
Yes they are powder coated gloss black because I didn't liked the the mat look from V&H on this bike. My goal was to let them black chromed but we only have one company here that does the black chrome and a waiting list from approx 6 months. And the waiting list is not something you wright in to, no you have to bring in the parts and then the waiting starts. I can not drive around 6 months without the covers, even the winter period is no option for me.
 
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Finally put the matching rear wheel on my ride ... it'd been waiting in the garage for a few months

 
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How 'bout a few more....




 
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nice...loving the wheels. Off a Rocker?
 

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