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The BoardLike the title says. I've replaced the guides (had to make new way oversize exhaust guides because the ones that came out were already oversize and the bores were f'ed due to rust on the iron guides). Anyway, I've got the seats cut to a decent looking 3 angle, but they look like they've been cut...
This KRTT is part of a barter agreed some 20 years ago... It left Phoenix Arizona last week and landed in Manchester GB last Thursday. Got a phone call today that it was to be delivered this morning at my old place of work... So, as you can imagine, I rushed there!!! What a beauty... A few...
Bobbers, bobbers, bobbers- choppers, choppers, choppers! Don't get me wrong; I run a bobber myself but there is a world of other bikes out there that are the coolest fuckin things in the world. Like for instance the trackmaster in this months Dice- I defy anyone to tell me that isnt the coolest...
The Boardhey folks tony pascarelli posted here under the name of truckedup. he died this morning in his home in new york, under hospice care for about three weeks now. he'd had cancer for several years, but it came out of remission the middle of last month and progressed pretty quickly. it was not...
Figured it's been long enough, I really should just start a build thread for my 1978 Shovel. This may at times be random and rambling, but that's pretty much how I go about bike building, and life in general 😁 My brother got a 2000-something Softail, so I needed to get a bike to keep up. Got...