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.
Thursday, May 29, 2008
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!
Posted by GHG at 8:06 PM
Monday, May 26, 2008
Sunday, May 25, 2008
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.
Posted by GHG at 7:03 PM