07 Cobalt Blue bagger build

QuikHD

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Here are a few pics of the progress of my build. Its a 2007 Cobalt Blue Street Glide. So far I have done bags, fender, apes, stereo, wheels......



Here it is on the day I bought it, July 31st


Some progress pics





 

QuikHD

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Finally moved my tools and lift out of my garage and into my new shop. Time to start the engine build. I have it out for some minor changes :)


 

Bill

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I have been considering lid speakers for my next ride. Do you feel like they made a significant improvement?
 

QuikHD

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My wife can hear them pretty good, me...not so much. I am going to replace the speakers and throw some more power at them in the spring.
 

QuikHD

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He is building a bad ass 124" motor from the cases up. There is a thread in the engine section about it.
That about sums it up. I'd like to assemble the bottom end some time, but the guy who does all the machine work only charges me $50 to seal/assemble it so its not really worth the hassle IMO

what tail lights are you rockin there?
I got them from Native Custom Baggers. Mine are the 8-3/4" ones. They arent cheap, but a nice alterantive to molding in the lights. My painter said long term the epoxy may shrink or crack around the lenses. I didnt really want to deal with that, plus I wanted a little chrome back there. http://www.nativecustombaggers.com/index.php/body-parts/lighting/l-e-d-lights-with-chrome-bezels.html
 

QuikHD

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I just realized I never posted up the pictures of it after the bags and paint were done.






And here is a pic of all three of my bikes together

 
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