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    Exclamation Hello from good old Stoke-On-Trent

    Hi guys,

    im new to the forum, im Dan, im 26 and im from sunny stoke.

    Im also new to the Harley scene after purchasing my first Harley last month from a local bike dealer.

    Here are a few pics of the bike when i first picked it up along with a few more after id fitted my first batch of parts;

    Arlen Ness Big Suck,
    Biltwell solo seat,
    Rizoma front and rear led lights,
    3inch tank lift,
    Chopped the rear fender strut and fender myself (go easy on me),
    10.5 Burley slammers,
    Coil relocation kit.

    Im just waiting on my exhaust to arrive this week and shes also going in for a respray this friday.

    Look forward to talking to you all, hope your ready for my constant un educated questions and nags about where to source parts

    Dan

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    Senior Member Leeds883's Avatar
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    Welcome to the forum from Leeds, West Yorkshire. Bikes looking good!

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    Senior Member bluenose-1956's Avatar
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    Welcome to the forum from Calderdale, also in West Yorkshire.

    You've certainly put your stamp on the 'Roadster'.

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    Cheers guys ��

    Just need to find a black bolt kit for the engine, get a few items powder coated and maybe a chain conversion, then i should be happy for a while.

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    Senior Member Leeds883's Avatar
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    Speak to Dave (bluenose-1956) above - im more than happy with my black stainless bolt kits that he has supplied

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    Senior Member bluenose-1956's Avatar
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    Hi Daniel,

    I'm hoping to have more black stainless engine bolt kits for sale soon.

    The full engine covers kit contains twelve sub kits and it costs £37.00 including postage to forum members.

    IMG_20160505_190141.jpg IMG_20160822_210255.jpg

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    That would be brilliant mate thank you, just let me know as soon as you have them, do you source otger parts aswel ?

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    Senior Member K9F's Avatar
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    Takes a brave man to wield a cutter or angle grinder to his pride and joy. Well done! The easiest part of buying a Harley is buying the bike, the continual spend on the 'latest must have' that you 'don't really need' is a little more difficult to curtail.
    I can see the 'traditionalist look' reasoning behind going back to chain drive but the associated mess and the fact a belt lasts if ridden hard up to 5 times longer (even more considering 70k miles plus has been achieved) I wonder if it is worth the hassle?

    IF YOU GO THROUGH LIFE WITH YOUR HEAD IN THE SAND.....ALL PEOPLE WILL SEE IS AN ARSE!!
    TREAT EVERY DAY AS YOUR LAST.....ONE DAY YOU WILL BE RIGHT!!

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    Senior Member bluenose-1956's Avatar
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    Hi Daniel,

    I sell other black fastener kits for the chassis components on Sportster models.

    Your relocated ignition coil would look better with black bolts, just a suggestion.

    Coil relocation. (2).jpg

    Have a look at my eBay page, I use the same user name bluenose-1956 on eBay.

    I offer a discount to forum members.

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    do you have a link as i seem to stupid to find your seller id lol

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