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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 02-15-2009, 03:29 PM Thread Starter
 
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Frame is similar to mine....

Ive been eying frame pics of mine and the vulcan...looks real close.

wondering what els I can change over, I like the tank on the vulcan
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Your bike looks nice as is. Kind of a mixture of Spectre and Vulcan.

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Thanks man...it does have that spectre look...Im finding a lot of parts are shared between mine. the spectre and the vulcan.

I really want to do a solo seat thing and my tank has "stuff" under the front seat lip....tubes, ribs, etc...would need alot of work to leave it bare.
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CC- I can't find any pictures of your bike... where are they?

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What bike do you have now? I know I've seen the pics, I just can't remember it as I read this thread....

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Nevermind, I found it. I like the rear fender on that LTD better than whats on my Vulcan. I should do a swap...
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What bike do you have now? I know I've seen the pics, I just can't remember it as I read this thread....

(duh!)
Their in my sig now...thanks
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looks like a 454 frame, body, and fork/brake system with v4 Engine! never knew they made one like that

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What size is the stock rear tire on that?
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looks like a 454 frame, body, and fork/brake system with v4 Engine! never knew they made one like that
Actually the frame is very similar to the Vulcan, the front end did come frome the 454 in those pics.
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