Yeah that was on here about a week ago. Nicest bagger i think iv ever seen. They also did a hardtail fury and another custom, i think it was the sabre. Try searching honda furious.Sorry if it's a repeat...
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I like the lines and exhaust low hidden and black..It they could trick it out like the Victory’s, they’d be on to something. Just a few more dollars to go first class is all I’m say’n.
Yes, but for a build under $11,000... it is nice and if they leave it like it is, it is almost an open pallet for people, kind of like the Fury was for us. Keep the price down and you got a winner there. Also, besides that... Just looked at the Victory and that think is ugly compared to this build, the lines are way better than the Victory.It they could trick it out like the Victory’s, they’d be on to something. Just a few more dollars to go first class is all I’m say’n.
Cheap Fabricator = Oxymoroncheap fabricator who'll help me out... :cough: MFR :cough:
I don't think I would go with such a big front wheel... I just want the body pieces, front, rear fenders, fairing, etc... everything just flows so nicely I wonder if fiberglass would be cheaper than metal...Cheap Fabricator = Oxymoron
MFR = Moron
Ha! Just kidding, Mike.
I talked to Erik via email and he is still supposed to be sending me the info on the shop that did the body work. The front fender is fit for the 23" wheel from Glenndyne but the whole ass should fit a Fury just fine as the Stateline and Fury have very similar frames with the only main difference being the backbone and up-pipes as they have different stock rakes.