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post #21 of 46 (permalink) Old 11-07-2012, 01:45 PM
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Black frame and blue swing arm?
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Swing arm is a remanufactured one. His bike is white so the frame is all black. Lol


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post #23 of 46 (permalink) Old 11-07-2012, 02:38 PM Thread Starter
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Damn, that looks sweet. Must be Avon tires. What color are you painting it? The blue swingarm threw me off for a bit.
Everything in the pics will be satin black to match the frame. The tins are gonna be dark blue that flops to black with a some stripes and airbrushing.

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Thats seems to be my trade in blue swing arm you got.
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One suggestion if i may. You might want to fit the rear fender while the bike is on the ground. Level the bike and strap it down. That way you know how much clearance you have between the fender and the tire. Just my point of view. Because i still have some rubbing when driving at high speeds and hitting bumps. The clearance i got between the fender and the tire is around 2 inches and still have some rubbing.
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One suggestion if i may. You might want to fit the rear fender while the bike is on the ground. Level the bike and strap it down. That way you know how much clearance you have between the fender and the tire. Just my point of view. Because i still have some rubbing when driving at high speeds and hitting bumps. The clearance i got between the fender and the tire is around 2 inches and still have some rubbing.
I planned on it!! I am doing air ride as well. So I will have adjustability.

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Just so I can clarify. Custom rear end or 250 kit?

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Just so I can clarify. Custom rear end or 250 kit?

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K. Thanks. Looking good

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Did you mount the tire yourself? I finally get my wheel today! Nice weekend project.

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