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Here's my .02c

Check out Craig at Front Street Cycle. He's located in Dayton, Ohio. He has a shop and builds custom bars, fenders, and other stuff. This guy is a real down to earth dude, and can/will make you just about anything you want at any size and is VERY reasonable! He made me a custom set of bars for my old Harley I had, I went to his shop and picked them up. He showed me around and we talked for almost two hours. I highly recommend him and his work.

http://frontstcycle.blogspot.com/
 

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GaugedFreak said:
Here's my .02c

Check out Craig at Front Street Cycle. He's located in Dayton, Ohio. He has a shop and builds custom bars, fenders, and other stuff. This guy is a real down to earth dude, and can/will make you just about anything you want at any size and is VERY reasonable! He made me a custom set of bars for my old Harley I had, I went to his shop and picked them up. He showed me around and we talked for almost two hours. I highly recommend him and his work.

http://frontstcycle.blogspot.com/
GFreak, that site is pretty cool!! Looks like the dude has been around for a while! Thanx for sharing that, i book marked the site for later reference.

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No problem guys. Just so it's known, I'm not affiliated with him in anyway other than a happy customer. I wish I knew where the pics of the bars where. Sadly I never got them installed, I ended up getting rid of the Sportster before I ever got them fitted, because I needed to buy longer cables and didn't get around to it.

His work is excellent, and at a great cost. Plus I'm down for supporting a local, home grown shop. :)
 

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Im all about the same thing...supporting the hard working little guy.
My seat, my shift linkage, my webslinger covers, SMT stuff, front fender,
powdercoating, all little businesses. I may have more, those are just
off the top of my head ;D
 

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Straightjacket said:
Man I love the old stripped down bikes!
We've been stripping ours down and adding back on- LOL
 
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