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Pictures (and video's) are worth a thousand words.  So these should keep you interested for a while.

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1979 Shovelhead FXEF Custom Build - This bike was at the 2014 Progressive show at Phoenix Stadium in Glendale AZ.  It has many custom build parts including battery relocation tray, sissybar, fingerprint recognition starting system, Tribal dual headlight mount, and much more.

 

 

 

1996 Dyna refurb.

Well, we tabled the 1977 Hardtail build (shown below) temporarily. We now have a Cobalt Blue 1996 Dyna-Conv on the lift.  This bike has been covered in a garage for the last 10-11 years. We are doing the following, then it will be for sale before Bikeweek 2015!

Clean bad gas and gunk out of tank, Rebuild carb, New fuel line and filter - New Oil filter and Oil - Tranny Oil change - New Fork seals, Bushings, Screws and Crush Washers, and Oil - Inspect Pads/Bleed brakes completely - New Plugs - Adjust timing if necessary - Adjust all cables and linkages
Test ride and run-in (50-100 miles) - Then another oil and filter change

This is one fast, low, easy to handle bike with tons of power. It has Head Work done, Cam, and an 88" Stroker (S&S Kit), with 2-into-1 Vance&Hines pipe, custom rear fender (frenched in LED taillight), and 2" extended forward controls for you taller folks. So stay tuned if you are interested because this will be one blast of a bike for sale at a reasonable price!

'77 Paughco S131 frame build.  74" stock engine.  4-speed Cowpie Trans with newly replaced 2&3rd gearsets.  We will slim this bike down with a narrowglide to make it light, and easy to handle.  The perfect around-town bar hopper.

 

 

 

 

ALR Members Visit - We invited the Post 91 American Legion Riders (ALR) members for a visit to the shop to show them what we are made of.  We had a blast together.  We also had a nice surprise for them.  Check out this gallery!

 

 

 

Building a Press Brake - We saw an excellent video by The Metal School on how to Build a Press Brake and thought that it would be perfect for us.  And it is!  Here is our version of the build!  Many thanks to The Metal School!

 

 

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