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  1. jimduncan
    09-12-2018 01:47 PM - permalink
    jimduncan
    Yes my wife is by my side, she was with me all 11 days in the hospital.
  2. arizonawarrior
    09-11-2018 05:34 PM - permalink
    arizonawarrior
    **** that could have been it. Curtains. This just doesn't seem or feel right. Do you have someone advocating for you? Someone there when you are too tired or ill to think on your feet?
  3. arizonawarrior
    09-02-2018 12:06 AM - permalink
    arizonawarrior
    Jim hope all is better and better with time. How are you getting along brother?
  4. qwkwrx
    05-01-2017 07:46 AM - permalink
    qwkwrx
    I ended up taking it off and putting it back up to the factory location. I was going to put a different headlight on but never could find one I liked. I think its sitting in my storage locker lol.
  5. ThunderDog
    03-25-2017 10:56 PM - permalink
    ThunderDog
    Hey Jim, thanks it fit perfectly, like the easy on/off mounts, not too tall and truth is hard to see on the bike. And your shipping package rocked. You had more weight in bubble wrap than windshield. Haven't had any long rides yet but it blocks wind off my upper body. What a deal. Just need to make time for riding now.
  6. LeaderDuece
    01-21-2013 02:15 PM - permalink
    LeaderDuece
    Here you go. It was in my bike tab.
    J&P Cycles Super Radius T-Bars with internal wiring (Rise: 8 inches Width: 32-1/2 inches Handlebar Diameter: 1-1/4 inches Pullback: 11-1/2 inches) Milwaukee Twins Super Radius Handlebars | ZZ50488 | J&P Cycles rm=ZZ50488&zmam=95452747&zmas=1&zmac=5&zmap=ZZ5048 8 ,
  7. kblackmon
    10-09-2012 09:32 PM - permalink
    kblackmon
    I dont have a clue what its worth.. $15.00???? I'll look at that type windsheild to see if thats the route i want to go thanks kevin
  8. christok
    08-22-2012 08:38 AM - permalink
    christok
    sounds like he is not really interested in doing it. He is very expensive and it is not really that hard to mask off the mesh, color coat the flames and then unmask and clear everything including the mesh. Try some local body shops or hot rod shops. depending on the color you wanyt they can usually get you a good price as they can use the primer and clear coat from a car job and would only have to get the color you want and it would be a very little quantity. I think he just wants to do the big jobs but if you think that it is around $2000 for a known painter to do the two fenders and tank then $600 is not really outlandish. I ado agree however that ther is a lot of masking involved and unfortunatley due to the compound curve of the top section of the Mako I have to bond the mesh in. sometimes you can also find a new airbrush artist who is trying to make a name for himself who will give a good price and this would be an excellent canvas. . let me know how it goes
  9. gladiator
    08-20-2012 09:20 PM - permalink
    gladiator
    love those foot peg brackets, nice job thats exactly what I need. Those stock ones killed my wife, she said she was more comfortable on my old crotch rocket! let me know about those thanks! nice windscreen as well, where did you get it?
  10. leatherneck38
    07-27-2012 01:40 PM - permalink
    leatherneck38
    Sure No problem gonna post pics agter the bike is complete the mako is the last edition. Done a million mods over the past 2 weeks since its been raining gonna update when i get the mako and post pics the theme of my Bike is Mid Evil Warrior Its gonna look sick when its finished cant wait!!!!

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    Jim Amderson
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