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Still working on further de-skullinization. Skulls were EVERYWHERE on it.
Congratulations! I had a 2002 and liked it a lot. A work friend of mine talked me into selling it. It was a good one.
Yup, between skulls and "live to ride ride to live eagles," that can be a lot of work. Some of those plain oem bits are a lot harder to find and more $$ than one might think. There's so few "plain" HDs out there that when it's all done, it makes the bike stand out from the crowd. Always love to see a real cop bike. Very cool bike. Enjoy.
Cop seat is nice. Mustang makes a matching pillion for 2 up. There is push buttons for the bag lids if you want to get rid of the hockey pucks.Find out if the cam chain tensioners were done. Reg. HD primary fluid, Red Line HD (heavy)Shock Proof in the tranny, HD's syn 3 not the best. use an oil-filter with a hex nut on the can, easier to get off with the crank sensor right there also make (card board) or buy a catch drain for under the oil filter to keep the oil off the crank sensor and front motor mount. Michelin Commander 3 work real nice. 130/90-16 fits correct. a 140 is only 3/8th " wider and may rub the belt. 15wt fork oil and the neck bearing fall away rate service was most likely needs to or never been done. The bike has back assward triple trees.EBC HH pads & braided frt. brake lines big improvement stock rubber lines they are probably swelled and rusted at the crimps.Enjoy that is a very good motorbike.
When you mention the air seat , are you speaking of the air assist center column in the frame ? It certainly increases the seat to ground distancing . (better not have a 28"inseam ) . Peter
About the only thing I can find that needs some attention is one, possible both front rotors. When coming to a stop the front brakes seem to pulse. I suspect that maybe a rotor is warped.
Great thing about a lot of stock Harley parts is that they are reasonably priced. Rotors are one example; way cheaper than those on a lot of bikes (my BMWs come to mind immediately!)If you do your own work, a stock Harley is pretty cheap and easy to maintain.
That's a damn good-looking bike. I think it'll look even better with the cop saddle.
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