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Old 10-07-2009, 12:36 PM   #121
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Any chance you could come up w a pic of the mirror mounted to a set of bars? I'm wondering how the clamp looks in situ.
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Old 10-09-2009, 09:14 PM   #122
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Thanks for the awesome service guys.
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Old 10-14-2009, 08:15 AM   #123
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Chrome Hairpin Solo Seat Springs - 2" / 3" / 4" - Scissor Springs

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New pairs of hairpin (also known as scissor) solo seat springs from V-Twin. Available in 2", 3", or 4" height. These are heavy duty springs with gorgeous chrome plating. Don't waste your money on cheap-o springs that are garbage, these are the real deal, you only have to buy them once. $29 per pair, any size.

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Knucklehead Motor T-Shirt - Knuckle Engine '36 - '47

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A classy t-shirt with a cutaway view of a Knucklehead motor on the back and Knuckle 1936 - 1947 on the front with a small image of the Knuckle motor. Water based ink imprint on left chest and full back for that vintage look and feel. Printed in the USA on a heavy, 100% cotton black t-shirt.



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Old 10-15-2009, 09:15 AM   #125
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Panhead Motor T-Shirt - Pan Engine '48 - '65

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A classy t-shirt with a cutaway view of a Panhead motor on the back and Panhead 1948 - 1965 on the front with a small image of the Pan motor. Water based ink imprint on left chest and full back for that vintage look and feel. Printed in the USA on a heavy, 100% cotton black t-shirt. $16 each



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Old 10-16-2009, 10:24 AM   #126
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Deluxe Chrome Motorcycle Brake Light Switch for your Hardtail chopper or bobber

http://lowbrowcustoms.com/index.asp?...ROD&ProdID=564

A step up from the standard universal, black brake light switch, this chrome Deluxe unit gets the job done with no compromise in style. Includes the pictured brackets and spring, this switch is activated when the center pin is pulled. Easily mounted to your frame or rear axle plate, with the spring going to a small clamp on your brake rod or brake pedal. $18.00

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Old 10-17-2009, 08:44 AM   #127
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Universal Motorcycle Brake Light Switch

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These universal brake light switches are nothing special but they get the job done. Includes all necessary bracketry (is that a word?) to attach this to your frame rail and brake rod, which will pull and actuate the switch when you apply your brakes. The two screws in the black housing are your connections for your wiring. $9

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Old 10-18-2009, 09:32 AM   #128
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Vintage NOS Bubble Shields - Clear, Smoked, Yellow, Blue, Green, Smoked Purple, Orange

Two styles available, standard or 'Grand Prix' which has aluminum trim.

We have a limited amount of NOS vintage bubble shields in stock. Available in assorted colors, these bubble shields will fit fit most any helmet with 3 top snaps (including Biltwell helmets as well as vintage 3/4 helmets) due to the sliding, adjustable button snaps. They are brand new in plastic, and look just like the day they were made. Due to sitting wrapped up for 30 plus years, they may have a bit of a strong plastic smell to them, but hang em on the wall in your garage for a couple weeks and you are ready to roll! Made in the USA.

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Old 10-19-2009, 06:05 PM   #129
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Timing Auto Advance Puller Tool for Triumph, BSA & Norton Motorcycles

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This slide hammer makes pulling the auto advance on your Triumph, BSA or Norton a breeze. One end is threaded for 24 tpi and the other for 26 tpi so it fits both early and late bikes. Simple thread into your auto advance, give a nice thwack with the slide hammer and your auto advance pops right off the taper.

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Old 10-22-2009, 01:24 AM   #130
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Vintage NOS Bubble Shields - Clear, Smoked, Yellow, Blue, Green, Smoked Purple, Orange

Two styles available, standard or 'Grand Prix' which has aluminum trim.

We have a limited amount of NOS vintage bubble shields in stock. Available in assorted colors, these bubble shields will fit fit most any helmet with 3 top snaps (including Biltwell helmets as well as vintage 3/4 helmets) due to the sliding, adjustable button snaps. They are brand new in plastic, and look just like the day they were made. Due to sitting wrapped up for 30 plus years, they may have a bit of a strong plastic smell to them, but hang em on the wall in your garage for a couple weeks and you are ready to roll! Made in the USA.

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any visual distortion when looking through either type of bubble shield? trying to decide which to get lol
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Old 10-22-2009, 09:11 AM   #131
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any visual distortion when looking through either type of bubble shield? trying to decide which to get lol
No no distortion with the bubble shields
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Old 10-23-2009, 09:03 AM   #132
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Exhaust Wrap Header Tape for your custom exhaust - Natural Color - 2" x 50'

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Fiberglass cloth header wrap for wrapping the exhaust pipes on your motorcycle. Lots of people use this on their bike, whether it is a Triumph, Sportster, HD big twin or Japanese chopper, bobber or custom.

This roll is 2" x 50' and is enough to do a pair of exhaust pipes. Depending on the style of pipes and how much you are going to wrap, you may be able to do multiple bikes with this roll.



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Old 10-26-2009, 11:42 AM   #133
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Fork Seal Holder Wrench for unit Triumph & BSA motorcycles '64 - '70

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This fork seal holder wrench will fit the unit Triumph and BSA fork seal holders with the holes 180 degrees to each other. Simply screw in the pins to lock it in place and loosen or tighten your seal holders. Perfect for replacing your fork seals or rebuilding the legs, and this tool keeps you from destroying your expensive seal holders. $42

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Old 10-26-2009, 10:50 PM   #134
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Hey Tyler- Do you guys still carry the other style of pinion puller? I see you've still got the three jaw style, but I swear a couple weeks ago you had the other style. My three jaw puller just broke (which seems to happen to a lot of folks) so I figured I'd try the other style. THANKS!
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Old 10-27-2009, 08:51 AM   #135
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We carry both styles but am totally out of the other at the moment.. They are on order from the UK so hopefully will have them soon, keep an eye on the site as soon as they are in they will be back up. Everything we have on www.lowbrowcustoms.com is in stock and ready to ship..

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Old 10-28-2009, 08:08 AM   #136
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Series 530 Chain - extra long 130 link for Chopper or Bobber hardtail motorcycle

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This is a good, dependable economy chain, series 530, that is 130 links. This is plenty long for your hardtailed motorcycle with a bit or a lot of stretch to it. Simply install on your bike, cut down to necessary length and use the included master link to secure it. I have been running one of these chains for a few years with no trouble whatsoever, after the initial chain stretch and adjustment it has remained in great shape, offering flawless service. $48

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Old 10-29-2009, 10:50 PM   #137
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got your bubble shield and throttle. Great products. Very impressed with the fast shipping.

PS love the key chain
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Old 10-31-2009, 08:04 AM   #138
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Stainless Steel Extended Brake Rod for Triumph bobber or chopper hardtail motorcycle

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This stainless steel brake rod is a full 28", 6" over stock, and threaded to take your stock brake rod adjuster. This extended brake rod is what you need on your hardtail Triumph chopper or bobber, it gives you the extra length needed when you are running a hardtail with some stretch to it.



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Old 11-03-2009, 10:51 AM   #139
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Fork Tube Puller Tool for Triumph, BSA & Norton Motorcycles

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This fork tube puller includes 7 different fittings allowing you to use this single tool for reinstalling your fork tubes on your Triumph, BSA or Norton motorcycle. This makes re-installing the fork legs into your trees fast and easy, it threads into the fork tube and you crank it down, and it pulls the fork tube taper right into place in your top triple tree.

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Old 11-05-2009, 01:01 PM   #140
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Starburst Rockerbox Caps for Unit Triumph Motorcycles - by HHP - Set of Four

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This is a set of (4) unit Triumph Starburst rockerbox caps. Groove machined for an o-ring seal (no oil leaks). O-rings included. These Starburst caps are beautifully precision machined from 6061 aircraft aluminum with perfect threads. These are copies of the rare cast ones made by MCM in the 50's for Triumph pre unit engines.

Use 1/2" socket head (allen) wrench for fitting and removal. Fits all unit 650 c.c. Triumph motorcycles. There are eight operations to make these plus deburring and finishing time. These caps are ultra trick and functional, produced by Hal over at HHP.



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