Thursday, May 29, 2008

Original Arlen Ness bike?

This XLCH was for sale last year in the San Antonio area. Seller claimed it was a Arlen Ness bike from the glory days. Neat looking digger anyway you slice it.

Killer scooter

I don't know who's bike this is, I think I lifted it from the Jockey Journal. Great stance and pretty clean looking. I'm a junky for original H-D parts and using them instead of aftermarket cheap crap. Dig the tank too...looks like original paint to me...Nice!

Monday, May 26, 2008

My Holy Grail of trucks

1957 Ford F-100. I will have one one day.

Sunday, May 25, 2008

Frame alterations article

I don't remember where I lifted this from but it was worth it here it is. The last one is of a Vokes aftermarket oil filter set up for the British twins.

More nonsense

Progress on the neck and bars

So I got an order of parts the other day. Neck cups with Timken bearings. I had to shave a little off the underside of the neck in order fot the bottom neck cup to seat correctly but it worked like a charm. The bars are narrowed late model Superglide bars in the stock sporty 2" , chrome riser. I got a pair of new fork tubes and seals but it looks like I might want to kick up the front a little so I might need stock length of even 2" over tubes to get the stance. Any way still got to weld on the hardtail and get the motor to the motor guy.