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I spent my first twenty five years in central Mass. I'm now located in Wilmington, NC
Chief did great airbrush work. This was in the nineties and he had to be in his fifties then.
Bring some of your bikes to the Show at the Spokes and Bones Friday
I'm planning on going but the other guys don't seem to want to. So more than likely I will we flying solo.
 

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Who made your tank and side covers?
The tanks is a stock 5 gallon that I had originally done the sinister fiberglass extension. I didn't like how the 5 gallon tanks look so small so I added almost an inch to the bottom edges to make the tank look thicker. Then I also body worked the top of the tank so that the dash sits down inside the tank and I didn't need the black gasket anymore either. I like the look of the tabk flowing i to the sude covers so i did that also. The side covers were the old sinsister glue on side covers that I bodyworked the stock body line into.
 

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Matt, is this your roadglide?
I like how you worked the dash so that the trim piece is not needed. Exactly how did you do that?

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Matt, is this your roadglide?
I like how you worked the dash so that the trim piece is not needed. Exactly how did you do that?

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Basically I taped up the dash and added bodywork to the entire top side of tank until the dash was flush. During the process I also eliminated the 2 mounting screws for the dash. I always hated those screws so that was on my list of mods when doing the tank.
 

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...because I didn't want to give up my flame throwers.
Flame throwers? How come there isn't a sticky in the exhaust section called "Flame Throwers 101"?

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Awesome bike!!! What front fender and tank is that?
Thx
The front fender is a B'Cool that I designed and Randy makes for me. The tank started with a Sinister extension that I made flow down to the side covers and added body work to the top to sink the dash into. I also added about 3/4" to the bottom edge to make the tank look thicker.
 

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Bike looks killer. Love the color as well as the clean simplicity. Keep up the awesome work.
 

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