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For anyone interested, I met this dude who said he can make a custom seat for my Fury in any color or exotic leather. I am having one made for my bike and will post a picture after it's on. Also am totally replacing the rear fender and will post pics.
 

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Can't wait to see them!

Post the guys website or info that makes the seats. I am very interested in the seat. I also would love to know how your replacing the fendor. Is there an aftermarket fendor out that will fit? The seat bolts to the fendor right, so how would you keep the seatdiwn with an aftermarket fendor? I want a steel fendor instead of the plastic. I also want to remove the tail light and use the turn signals as my brake lights like many choppers you see.
 

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Will post pics of seat once it's done and I'll know if he is someone I can recommend. As far as the fender replacement I have e-mailed West Coast Choppers about possibly making me a fender but seriously it will be pretty involved and I am still working out the details and will post updates. Also have removed brake light assembly and man it looks clean. I am ordering a Barron's brake & turn signal tag holder assembly. Thanks for your interest!
 

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Nice!

Just saw the pic. That cleans up the rear of the bike nicely. Was there extra cutting grinding needed when you removed the plastic holding up the license plate, or did it look clean just pulling that off? As soon as my side license plate mount comes in, I am planning on removing all the plastic too. I have not decided if I will remove the brake light too or not. It just depends on if I decide to use my turn signals as the brake lights instead. Was there extra cutting or grinding needed when you removed the brake light too, or did it look clean when it was removed? Thanks, and great work!
 

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It just unbolts nicely and there is no grinding or cutting. But there is going to be some grinding and cutting going on soon. I am shorting the frame and making a custom rear fender that has a lower profile and will expose more of the rear tire, which also means that i will have to make a seat from scratch. Watch for my pics.
 
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