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Old 12-02-2011, 01:26 AM   #1
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This project rolled into my shop a few months ago. Its a 1954 KH model. I thought it was to cool of a bike not to post up on here.



How it came into the shop






Mounted the fender and built a sissy bar.



Built some foot pegs.



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Man is that gonna be cool looking!
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Old 12-02-2011, 02:19 AM   #4
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Nice to see a different style Denver's frame.. post these 2 first pics in the Denver's thread !
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Looks cool. Deserves a better front end!
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I feel a fresh wind blowing!
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Nice work on the pegs sir. Very nice so far.
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Just about done with the pipes. They still need a little finnish work before they head off to be chromed.



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Gonna be following this for sure. Great start!
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This one should be fun to watch, looking killer
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I took Curtis' bike off of the stand to get a better look at it. Still in mock up stage.

















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Once again a nice proof right here that the frame "makes" and determine the look of your bike.. !
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I like those peg mounts and triple trees. Are those bought that way or did you fill them and smooth them out? I saw your blog on the dice site and forgot to bookmark it so I'm glad I found your site again. The bike looks great!
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Really nice bike, will follow this one!
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think this is the first KH build i've seen in ages... rad!
looking great so far!
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Two words, Fucking Rad!
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Wow that thing is killer
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One of the coolest bikes I've seen in a long time!
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Looks Bitchin! Just loose the bars for some pullbacks and its perfect!
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fucking neat dude!
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Once again a nice proof right here that the frame "makes" and determine the look of your bike.. !
I'll go along with that. The frame proportions are just right around that K motor to show how pretty they really are.
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I like those peg mounts and triple trees. Are those bought that way or did you fill them and smooth them out? I saw your blog on the dice site and forgot to bookmark it so I'm glad I found your site again. The bike looks great!
Thanks everyone for all the positive input. "Ironhead Slim" The triple trees came from Mullins and I built the peg mounts.
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Cool bike and cool car Any more pics of that one?
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nice looking project ,with this engine it sure is different than all the others !!
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Wait a minute, you have a concrete quarter poured into your driveway?
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so good... love the peg mounts too
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Once again a nice proof right here that the frame "makes" and determine the look of your bike.. !
Ain't that the truth!

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Holy sheit... That is a quarter pipe.!
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that bike has it goin on very nice job
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Any KH guys out there know where to get a clutch cable for this bike?
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Old 02-23-2012, 11:56 PM   #36
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Dam drooled all over my key board
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Any KH guys out there know where to get a clutch cable for this bike?
Isn't it the same cable as the right side 900's?
It's 52-70 K and XL I think.
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Isn't it the same cable as the right side 900's?
It's 52-70 K and XL I think.
Thats what I thought. I ordered one for a early sportster and it didn't fit.
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Thats what I thought. I ordered one for a early sportster and it didn't fit.
What part of the cable didn't fit?
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What part of the cable didn't fit?
The end that that went into the engine case. Maybe they sent the wrong one. I went through JP cycles.
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The end that that went into the engine case. Maybe they sent the wrong one. I went through JP cycles.
I'm sure you know what you're doing but the cable sleeve fitting didn't fit into the cam cover? Is that right? Most of these right side cables are a little loose in the cover.

I remove the kicker cover, flip it over and insert the rectangular end into the throw out arm tangs(pain in the ass) and then I turn the kicker cover right side up and into the position that it will attach to the engine and then I pull the cable outer sleeve till it won't come out anymore and then I slip the exposed part of the cable into the slotted receiver on the cam cover(another pain in the ass) and then position the kicker cover where it needs to be and install the kicker cover bolts.

I don't want to assume you haven't done one of these before so please don't be insulted, I'm not trying to be a dick. If you haven't done one of these there are a few easy tricks that make it easier or a few steps you might not be familiar with. I've done it so many times I can do it in my sleep. If you have a pic of the cable, I can tell you whether you have the right one.
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anyone know if this frame was built for the KH or was it built for something else and adapted for the KH down the road?

Either way, its a way sick bike that is super unique. I always had a thing for Denvers work, he was a cool dude.
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I'm sure you know what you're doing but the cable sleeve fitting didn't fit into the cam cover? Is that right? Most of these right side cables are a little loose in the cover.

I remove the kicker cover, flip it over and insert the rectangular end into the throw out arm tangs(pain in the ass) and then I turn the kicker cover right side up and into the position that it will attach to the engine and then I pull the cable outer sleeve till it won't come out anymore and then I slip the exposed part of the cable into the slotted receiver on the cam cover(another pain in the ass) and then position the kicker cover where it needs to be and install the kicker cover bolts.

I don't want to assume you haven't done one of these before so please don't be insulted, I'm not trying to be a dick. If you haven't done one of these there are a few easy tricks that make it easier or a few steps you might not be familiar with. I've done it so many times I can do it in my sleep. If you have a pic of the cable, I can tell you whether you have the right one.
Thanks for the Info. I am not sure what was going on. Neither end of the cable would fit into the cam cover it was to big. I sent it back. Maybe Ill reorder it and see if there was some kind of mistake.
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Well everything is torn down and sent off to paint, chrome, powder coating, and the tumbler.



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Oh man I'm excited to see this one! I know zero about those engines, but I really dig the look of them. If you could let me know some info on it that'd be great? Can't wait to see more. Love the sissy bar and the mounts. Definitely gotta agree with Danny F. too that a frame really makes or breaks what a bike will look like. Keep them coming!
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Wow is all I can say. The look of that bike is outstanding. You have done a super job. Thanks for sharing
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Here we go. Just took it off the stand today. Just a few little things to finish up. Kicked it over for the first time today and it sounds good! Ill post more photo when she is on the road.







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Great looking bike, killer job.
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Damn.thats one sweet ride. Congrats!
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