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Lowered 3 inch (Hard Tail) TS Unit
Custom 2 inch cut seat TS Unit
240M Rear Tire
Fuggin Pipe
Fuggin Fuel Controller
Stealth Tail Light
Side Mount License Plate
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Lowered 3 inch (Hard Tail) TS Unit
Custom 2 inch cut seat TS Unit
240M Rear Tire
Fuggin Pipe
Fuggin Fuel Controller
Stealth Tail Light
Side Mount License Plate
Bar end mirror
PIAA Light
Show us a picture from the rear so we can see how the 240 looks on the wheel. Did you use a stock wheel or did you have it widened/
 

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That looks bad ass...what is the "TS Unit"? How did you do this???
 

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Yeah, who is TS? Your bike looks pretty sweet from what I can see :cool: How is the ride, being a hard tail?
 

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Lowered Honda Fury

Hello All,
TS= The Shop a custom vehicle fabrication company (cars, motorcycles, boats ATVs). I asked them to custom build this part and now they are selling it to other Fury owners for $299. It took me about 30mins to install, NO cutting, drilling required everything bolts right in place. The bike rides good, for a lowered motorcycle. Here are some more pictures.
 

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Was the 240 part of the deal?

How did you get the 240 on there? Did their part help with that or did you throw it in the stock wheel?
 

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Ultimate form-over-function

Lowered 3 inch (Hard Tail) TS Unit
Custom 2 inch cut seat TS Unit
240M Rear Tire
Fuggin Pipe
Fuggin Fuel Controller
Stealth Tail Light
Side Mount License Plate
Bar end mirror
PIAA Light
That thing looks *beautiful* - classic hardtail lines from the early chopper days, but you ask any of the guys spent the better part of the 60's and 70's on a hardtail how their back's doing these days and you're not gonna hear anything good. I mean, with that hardtail frame passing every bump, jolt, shimmy, and vibration up thru the frame, there's only one compressible, flexible, non-rigid shock assembly left on the bike, something doctor's euphemistically refer to as a 'spinal column' lol - well, there's a reason you don't see a lot of true hardtails on the road these days.

Nothing will give you those beautiful pure hardtail lines other than, well, a hardtail, but you can get so damn close with a good airshock like l&m's that just sayin' for me anyways the extra $$ for the shock is more than offset by decreased future medical bills ...

Just sayin' my say ... :)
 

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That thing looks *beautiful* - classic hardtail lines from the early chopper days, but you ask any of the guys spent the better part of the 60's and 70's on a hardtail how their back's doing these days and you're not gonna hear anything good. I mean, with that hardtail frame passing every bump, jolt, shimmy, and vibration up thru the frame, there's only one compressible, flexible, non-rigid shock assembly left on the bike, something doctor's euphemistically refer to as a 'spinal column' lol - well, there's a reason you don't see a lot of true hardtails on the road these days.

Nothing will give you those beautiful pure hardtail lines other than, well, a hardtail, but you can get so damn close with a good airshock like l&m's that just sayin' for me anyways the extra $$ for the shock is more than offset by decreased future medical bills ...

Just sayin' my say ... :)
Have to say I agree 100% here.

Stonewheel, you gonna be able to ride on Sunday? Should be pushing 55 degrees:(
 

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TS= The Shop I asked them to custom build this part and now they are selling it to other Fury owners for $299.
Is this for the rod replacing the shock, or for the seat? or both?

Just wondering if you hit any potholes yet... how's the cornering, is it limited now that the bike is lowered 3"?

Sorry for all the questions... :eek:
 

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Is this for the rod replacing the shock, or for the seat? or both?

Just wondering if you hit any potholes yet... how's the cornering, is it limited now that the bike is lowered 3"?

Sorry for all the questions... :eek:
I have been riding street bikes for 10 years and I ride my Fury like a CBR 600. It rides fine around corners; I lowered the tire pressure for the potholes & bumps. I will do form or functions any day.
 

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Have to say I agree 100% here.

Stonewheel, you gonna be able to ride on Sunday? Should be pushing 55 degrees:(
I agree I will put the Low & Mean air ride system in once its complete, but for now I need a lowered FURY.
 
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