Fitting Fork Tins

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Re: Fitting Fork Tins

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Post by james »

Adam exactly, correct hardware and finishes. Yes it can get crazy but that's the part I like to hone in on.
Always looking to make it better.
Jim



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Re: Fitting Fork Tins

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Post by 1951 adam »

james wrote:Adam exactly, correct hardware and finishes. Yes it can get crazy but that's the part I like to hone in on.
Always looking to make it better.
Jim
Jim ain't that the truth! And having a bike in a year with multiple changes makes it more interesting , it really is the little details that set a great restoration apart from a 20 footer ,
Adam

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Re: Fitting Fork Tins

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Post by Casaba »

I never made it past the pics. Freaking beautiful!

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