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Old 01-08-2019, 08:57 AM
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Very long time since I posted. But Roadster game is still going strong. Just made my conversion to 530 chain for added off the line power/torque and practice some whoolies.

 
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This old now new thread is great!! kingkupal1, your Roadster is awesome!! Best looking one I've seen. This thread has given me some ideas for my '14 Low Rider.
 
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This old now new thread is great!! kingkupal1, your Roadster is awesome!! Best looking one I've seen. This thread has given me some ideas for my '14 Low Rider.
Thank you. I mostly got my ideas from the dyna theads lol.
 
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Great thread! New to this forum thing so bare with me. I saw during my vast read of this thread that you moved your rear break lights forward to be able to put on the burley sissy bar. What do you have to do to move those forward? Is it a simple adjustment or are you having to drill? Sorry first new bike and Harley for me, still getting to know her ha! Thanks!
 
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Love the chain conversion. That's bad*ss.
 
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Great thread! New to this forum thing so bare with me. I saw during my vast read of this thread that you moved your rear break lights forward to be able to put on the burley sissy bar. What do you have to do to move those forward? Is it a simple adjustment or are you having to drill? Sorry first new bike and Harley for me, still getting to know her ha! Thanks!
I just unbolt and move it forward. It will be on one bolt but you can get spacers if you want to do two bolts.
I did away with that and sold my back rest.
 
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