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3 gallon firetruck?

What ever fit in here & was able to extinguish any fire must have been "a lot of bang for the buck".

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13 Sep 2008

Rockets behind!

Those chosen to "bring up the rear".

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11 Sep 2008

Rockets ahead,

The Rocket train heading south for BBQ. Truely an enjoyable day for all.

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11 Sep 2008

Penny & Co.

I'm sorry but I don't recall Tony's beautiful wife's name, but Penny sure enjoyed the short time they were able to visit.

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11 Sep 2008

Britman after hours.

Britman was kind enough to share his abode with me so I'm returning the favor & making him famous with this portrait. Smile G!

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11 Sep 2008

Only 3 more hours to go.

Danno getting ready for what looked like a wet afternoon. He was right!!! And throw in a temperature of 50 to 55 degrees, what a great finish to a great weekend, "Right Danno"?

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09 Sep 2008

19 shown, 21 when all arrived.

Two more rolled in before the departure time for a total of 21 Rockets (I think).

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09 Sep 2008

Fuzzy Flippin' Flip

Hey, you got a license to fly that thing buddy?

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09 Sep 2008

Have all the equipment necessary.

Just a note to those who travel, be certain when you go on a trip to take along all the necessary items, including keys to open any locking devices where your travel items are stashed, "Right Gunshots"?

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09 Sep 2008

Pianoman deprived of food.

This is Pianoman after we would not allow him to stop for a snack during the ride home. He went from looking fine to an angry, rebelious "hood" in a matter of minutes. Thank goodness someone had a Snickers bar & within seconds he was back on "the round side".

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09 Sep 2008

Velcro battery retainment strap

Double sided velcro does a great job & is an inexpensive solution to a failed stock rubberband.

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25 May 2008

$12.00 mode

At $12 dollars (7 for the flap, 5 for the silicone), I would be happy if it stayed on for at least this season. My experience with 100% silicone, it'll be there for quite a while.

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25 May 2008
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25 May 2008

Not bad.

Streetside view.

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25 May 2008

One last check on the fit.

Not really the best way to access the product. So, let's put it on the bike.

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25 May 2008

Shaped to fit.

I rolled one of the flaps by hand (like a new ball glove) until I was happy with the contour and used 100% silicone to bond it to the fender. Clamps and other gadgets assured it stayed pressed into the fender valley shape during cureing. After dry, I removed the clamps and added a generous bead along the top and sides of the leather flap.

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25 May 2008

Leather mud flap.

Took the template to a local Saddle shop where he transfered the template to the leather and cut 2 flaps for me.

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25 May 2008

Mylar template

I slid the mylar up into the fender, squared it up and held it secure then traced the lower profile. Then sketched the shape of the flap, refit the template to check the flow of the flap and altered to improve the contour til I was content.

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25 May 2008
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16 Aug 2007

Pretty in Pink.

This caught my eye & she was happy to sit still for a moment.

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12 Aug 2007

Money please!

Some of them felt they needed $$$$ if you photographed them. We abliged.

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12 Aug 2007

Where do we go from here?

When we needed information, Kevin knew just who to ask.

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12 Aug 2007

Timid beauty

Some of them were even camera shy.

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12 Aug 2007

Kevin looked for them everywhere.

My buddy Kevin was in heavy persuit of all the "dolls".

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12 Aug 2007

Blondie

I brought home several of these but the wife said I could only keep 1, so this is the one I chose.

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12 Aug 2007

Rough Times

She rode with a Suicide clutch and no hand grip on her Ape Hangers. Don't tangle with her!

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11 Aug 2007

Looks mean?

I believe it would look even more intimidating without a rear fender, but a guy could get pretty wet.

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29 Jul 2007

Straight line shot

The centerstand is under there somewhere, right?

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29 Jul 2007

Old towels to protect pipes (I drop a lot of tools)

Wheel ready to go back in place.

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29 Jul 2007
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28 Jul 2007
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28 Jul 2007

Inspection ready.

Ready for departure from Penny's house in Arkansas on our way to Smashville.

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28 Jul 2007

Kuryakyn "Flame" grips & Throttlemeister throttle lock

This setup sure makes the grips look loooooooong. It works well & give back the cable lengths lost when the Rivco risers are used, due to the Kuryakyn grips being longer & needing to slide the clutch & brake housings up the bars. Kuryakyn "large" mirrors also.

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15 May 2007

Airhorn mounting on dresser bar.

View front, trumpets full ahead.

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17 Dec 2006

Airhorn mounting on dresser bar.

View from beside, air hose & wire up frame.

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17 Dec 2006

Airhorn mounting on dresser bar.

View from low, behind.

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17 Dec 2006

Rocket just to the left.

If you listen closely, I believe there is a Rocket with Jardine pipes coming up on the left. Just give it time & you'll see it.

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19 Sep 2006

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    Wow .... great work ... I love it:thumbsup::thumbsup:
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    very nice
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    Help on the road - what's not to love. Sure would like to see the story behind the photo.
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    She's a beauty!

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