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what's that? triumph motor mounts vibrated to death?


that's why i love my norton. isostatic rubber mounts.
 

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knucklehead said:
Man i hate to see original hd frames cut up, but it isn't mine...
Yes,but Mr. Bones was wise enough to cut them off in a way so they "easily" can be welded back on again whenever he's in the mood to do so...Choppers means choppin'...
 

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Chop Chop saw saw oh what a relief it is............................................

If they wern't supposed to be cut off the factory wouldn't have put them on it......

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TheFrenZ said:
Yes,but Mr. Bones was wise enough to cut them off in a way so they "easily" can be welded back on again whenever he's in the mood to do so...Choppers means choppin'...
 

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thats the first thing we do to original pan frames ('course we keep the parts) , but you gotta cut off the old tank mounts and put late model flatside mounts on, ahhhhh they are so nice, ride cross country and no breaks...good times....
 

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Josh said:
that makes me sad. What tank are you running?
Don't be sad. It's rad and I'm glad.

As I get closer you'll see detail shots of things like tanks and lovely hand fabricated somethings. I can't give too much away though...
 

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Larry T said:
Makes the surviving virgins worth a little more.
That's why I stored my original Pan frame and bought a used repop one for my cutting activities...
...and don't ever complain that we have 'such nice original bikes' in yurup! ;)
 
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