look like pretty good quality,but if you put them on you may have to change your username to hemorrhoidhemorrhoid,lol
Well, as you all may have guessed, I flip a coin to decide if I give a smart asss answer or a helpful one. Both are ready to go in my head.... But I let fate pick which I post. In this case, the "helpful post" won.I have heard great minds think alike,but so do morons.But that one was too easy.Actually I was kinda surprised you passed on that one
Are the stars in some sort of strange alignment or what?You ,Jerry and I agree on the same subject!!Oh I get it now,we all aren't as young as we once were :doh:Well, as you all may have guessed, I flip a coin to decide if I give a smart asss answer or a helpful one. Both are ready to go in my head.... But I let fate pick which I post. In this case, the "helpful post" won.
And I'm with Jerry on this, the "look" of a hardtail is cool, but my spine and kidneys want a suspension.
I say if you like it go for it,I rode rigid frames back in my younger days and I love to make mine my own. Most on here do have made a bunch of modifications to their bikes, me included.you may want to consider making some lowering brackets,or a set of shorter shocks from ebay. Sportster shocks do fit a VN 7xx.Stock size is 12.5 inches long for the Vulcan,around 11 will give you a good drop and retain your ride if you do want to go rigid with the struts you can usually get a good deal on some or have a machine shop make you a set pretty cheap.Not that I want to go rigid, I was just curious what my options might be. And I like that this route wouldn't be a permanent decision. Obviously I'm younger because I'm into doing mods that aren't exactly suggested but I'm not the guy who's satisfied with running a stock bike.. I want this bike to have my own style cause those are the only motorcycles that I think are worth having. Glad I could bring you guys together though, I like seeing the comradery from one motorcyclist to another
Well im a young buck so my back can take it...for now and i did scrape it a bit leanin in today lol wasnt too badLowering the frame along with the dual exhaust on the right side is going to really cut down your lean angle on that side isn`t it?
You will have to ride like it is a Harley!
I like the looks of the lowered rear fender over the tire, but just thinking of the hardtail makes my old back hurt.