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Nice, pro-built bobber #722884 01/22/18 2:14 am
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Re: Nice, pro-built bobber [Re: J. Charles Smith] #754139 10/26/18 2:53 pm
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That is a beautiful very well done bike. But I have to ask, where is the battery?

Re: Nice, pro-built bobber [Re: Tracey Spear] #754185 10/26/18 10:38 pm
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Why are the footrests switched? Primary is on the timing side and timing is on the primary side.

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Re: Nice, pro-built bobber [Re: J. Charles Smith] #754197 10/27/18 12:18 am
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Though a beautiful bike. Seems to me it's for show only, since there's no tail/brake light. I think you can get by with out turn signals, less sure about tail light. I suppose you could do the arm out hand down arm signal, though might be a bit tricky while downshifting to a stop light. I really like the lines of the bike though. I'd like to do something similar with a 500. I also like Motorcycle Classics moto " Ride em, don't hide em".


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