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    23 Street Glide to 30 Road Glide

    23" 7/7 raked Street Glide going to 30" Road Glide. It will be a lay frame. Audio system as of now will be 4-8", 2-10", 4-ST25's, 2-ST44's, and will be powered by 3 amps. Parts so far

    Camtech - Evil Intensions 13 down outer fairing.
    1 Off Creations - inner fairing
    Yaffe - Razorback gas tank
    Speed By Design - Mack Daddy 14 up rear end and Twisted 8 Lids
    Bad Dad - Competition Killer Side Covers
    Camtech - BMF Chin Spoiler
    HHI - 30 Short Neck and trees, Torpedo Legs, 6 Piston 18" caliper, wrap front fender, Speed King handlebars, and Handlebar controls
    SMT 30" V-Arm wheel and 18" rotor
    Arlen Ness - Foot Controls
    RSD - Engine covers
    Dirty Air - Aluminum shocks, tank, 380C compressor, VU2 valve.
    AirFx - Front air
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    Progress so far
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    Had to build a reverse cut template since the bike had a frame rake already. Just used the stock template and built off of it backwards, but this obviously must be done on a stock frame. I would suggest a three point alignment. HHI built it for me and used the tank mounts and top of the backbone. If I were to do it again, I would also use the bottom of the backbone and get three points of alignment.
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    I built my own alignment fixture. I chose to build it off the frame so it could be set up easily for another bike, and I didn't have to worry about it moving out of position from the frame. I also made the base fixture the same so it could be used on another bike, and I added adjustable legs to level the bike.
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    Tig welded up, and wiring hole in backbone cut. Now starting to do some body work. Following Toxtreme's advice and filling the heavy gaps with All Metal. BTW Toxtreme, I don't find it hard to sand at all with a right angle grinder:) LMAO
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    Bill, wow some interesting things here! Looking forward to seeing what evolves here.

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    Nice Use of 8020

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Evil View Post
    Nice Use of 8020
    Thanks BigEvil:) Have collected quite a bit of it during my machine building years.

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    Got some more All Metal body work done. Think I have it built up enough with the All Metal to start using some lighter weight body filler.
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