Looks good! What is the rise on your bars? I think yours are shorter than mine, I think I like that look better....roloplex said:here are some pics
looks nice, real nice! Are your rocker boxes chrome or polished? What about the lower legs?moonking said:Here's a couple of updated pics of mine with the new bars, controls, and mirrors.
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I'll tell ya from experience it ain't easy! I just did the rear wheel, caliper, rotor and pulley on mine, turned out pretty good but not as good as a pro would've done. Definitely takes some practice. I'm going to do my lowers front rotor and caliper when I put the front lowering kit on later this year. If you need some advice, I'll be happy to pass on what little experience I've aquired...moonking said:They are both stock. This winter I'm thinking about trying to do a "home" polishing job on the lowers.
Mac4020 said:Thought I would post some pics of my wife's '05 FXST that I customized for her. I bought it as a salvage (fire damage) so after all the old damaged parts were stripped off we were able to build exactly what she wanted.
Adjustable rear lowering kit
2" under forks w/ HD profile low suspension kit (springs & jiffy stand)
Short brake lever
Flanders 35 degree drag bars w/ 8" risers
Sumax Loboy rear fender
Aftermarket front fender
V&H Shortshot staggered pipes
Bar Enterprises solo seat w/ flame stitching
Custome paint by me
HA! I couldn't handle a job like that, I'd get fired for sampling the merchandise and bein drunk on the job lol! Tried anything good lately?TheBeerGuy said:Thanks Shaw_2112.
I actually work for one of those "beer of the month" clubs where you get microbrews delivered to your house from all over the U.S. I work in a huge warehouse full of good beer! It's a tough job, but somebody's gotta do it!!drunk! :beer:
Shaw-MAC, can't see the pics