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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 01-16-2017, 05:52 PM Thread Starter
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Pretty day, washed the bikes

Washed the truck and two bikes then gave up. Lol. Too much to wash. At least a few are clean.





















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cracking photo's, bikes look great buddy
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What your supposed to wash them ? wont that make them shrink? j/k gr8 looking bikes
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Thanks for the pics. We've had freezing rain storm up here most of the day. Can hardly walk down the sidewalk and yard. Your pics give me hope. Spring is not that far away.
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BTW. I like the red trim around your speedometer and tach. My bike's color is opposite of yours. Tank has black sides and red center. Fenders are red.
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Thanks!

On the Vulcan i did:

Smoked clear turns front and back
Satin black air pods and guages, colormatched red
Red reflectors by the tank instead of ambers
Extended backrest
Highway bar
Saddle bags
Cupholders
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Every electrical mod we have here

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i blacked out some engine parts
Put a set of very heavy duty metal handlegrips on
Protaper handlebars
Different trumpets
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So....that's what a "clean" Vulcan looks like....!!
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Nice work on both bikes.
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