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I like it, even that price is not too bad, but yes registered would be better and I would personally move the bars forward or just change them.
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bendnstretch wrote:I would personally move the bars forward or just change them.
Agreed, I don't like apes unless they're near on vertical, or at least a much steeper angle than the front end.
'65 Triumph Chopper (project)
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Thats a sad looking Norton.
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Rear wheel clearance suggests that there is not much movement in suspension. Asice form the apes I think it is a pretty cool looking chopper.