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Old 11-23-2012, 09:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Going to try the bobber look for the next theme on my girl. Only prob is my daughter loves to ride with me so I need a pillion seat. Was hoping to have the springer seat. Anyone in the states got some photos!


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Imo the lines and styling of a warrior doesn't lend itself very well to the bobber look.
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Old 11-23-2012, 09:35 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I think this is the ducks guts


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Well... If you're happy...


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I still stand by my statement but heck if calling something " duck guts " is a compliment then go for it.
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Done the usual V&H long shots and drag bar mods a long time ago. Still recognisable and handles like a Warrior no matter what I've done so far


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That's a nice bike. Why would you want it to NOT handle like a Warrior?
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I believe it still does. Just a bit more effort with the bars is all


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Imo the lines and styling of a warrior doesn't lend itself very well to the bobber look.
X2 the frame just doesn't have the right lines for that look. That said, I like what you've got there in the pics, slammed with apes is a different look, but it works.
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