Building long fendered bike

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Re: Building long fendered bike

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Very nice!
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Rear fender,tank sides masked. This took about 3 days,because my wife is incapable of,or refuses to leave me alone. They should come with an off switch.
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Gonna get hot, lol! Looking good...
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Almost there...
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And more...
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Yum! Kinda cool how the bottom flames on the rear fender resemble a skull...
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Re: Building long fendered bike

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Yeah, I noticed that too. Was that on purpose?
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Actually no,I didn't notice till I took pictures,but I like it. If it we're intentional,I would have made it more ' Punisher' influenced. I'm going to carefully mount these parts for pics. I'm getting excited about the final look,need to see if I nailed it.
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Need one tank hinge and 4 pins...
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Paint job looks great! I noticed the skull too, not bad "accident"! Can't wait to see it fully assembled onto the frame!
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Um,well...I did things backward,starting with paint. The engine has to be pulled,frame stripped and painted,etc. It'll be awhile before it's back together,BUT I'm going to put em on temporarily to see how it looks so far. I need one tank hinge,pins etc. So maybe this week you'll see it mocked up.
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Re: Building long fendered bike

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l can't wait to see the test fit anim-cheers1
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Re: Building long fendered bike

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Most are building cafe custom gl's,so I didn't expect the interest given to my heavy cruiser project. It motivates me. Thanks to all.
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