To me it seems like it's having a battle of looks with the long front mudguard (fender). And if it were mine, I would either chop the mudguard right down and keep the snow plough, or lose the plough and keep the 'guard as is.
Only my 2 pence worth, I've just posted a recent pic of my build with a severely chopped down standard Interstate front fender over on Fat Turtle...
If your box lid event had happened some weeks ago I coulda sent you a lid! Looks better without though, and I love those mirrors
230Rocket wrote:I did exactly the same! Page 2 of the fat t build thread has some pic's of both the seat pan chop and the foam.
Sharpie. Keyhole saw. I've yet to get mine recovered coz I need to find a decent saddle upholsterer here in Dallas but I have very definite ideas on how I'm going with it. Also you may need to rethink the fixing method once you cut it down.
On reflection I would use an electric breadknife for the foam trimming if there's one in the kitchen and I've learned a little more about foam and upholstery along the way but maybe not enough to do my own!
digschopper wrote:Not sure what direction you want to take the bike,but I've cut up or restyled quite a few,as I'm a custom painter.I'm restyling a gl1000 right now. I'm more than willing to help if I can.
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