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Diesel Smoke Tester
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I have the following items for sale off of my '03 VRSCA:

Cyclesmiths Handlebars. (1 and 1/4" bars with holes for wiring) Like new.
I paid $230 from Cyclesmiths. For Sale @ $150 (see my gallery photos too)

Homemade Floorboards. Mounted on stock V-rod mounts with larger (stronger)
bolt for easy mounting. For Sale @ $150

Front Fender. Anodized Aluminum with chrome mounting bracket.
Bracket is drilled for mounting fender in reverse or standard position. (SOLD)
For Sale @ $40

Here's a couple of photos.

You pay shipping.

Good luck,
redrazor
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PM on the floorboards
 

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Diesel Smoke Tester
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Bump!!

Hey:

I thought everyone that wants some cool handlebars was excited about these
big boys.(??) Make me an offer!

Deal pending on Floor boards; but not final yet..... any other takers??:deal:

good luck,
redrazor
:cheers:
 

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redrazor said:
Hey:

I thought everyone that wants some cool handlebars was excited about these
big boys.(??) Make me an offer!

Deal pending on Floor boards; but not final yet..... any other takers??:deal:

good luck,
redrazor
:cheers:
I am working on it....I still need to get the reduced reach handlebars brake lines so I can install! Seen one other bike locally with these bars and man, they are just BAD ASS and comfortable looking!
 

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Diesel Smoke Tester
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Sounds good.

Dungeonworks:

I really think they look and feel good too. The new owner's wife rides it too; so she wanted the stock bars back on. These Cyclesmiths give a lot of leverage; and even take a day or two to get used to. But they are The $hit !!

Keep me posted.

good luck,
redrazor:cheers:
 

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Diesel Smoke Tester
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Discussion Starter · #10 ·
Still for sale!!

Jeep:

Not sold yet. First come first serve.

Dungeon Works is working on getting some longer brake lines for the conversion.
I'm pretty sure that I used the stock length ones on the Cyclesmiths by re-routing the single line up through the tripple trees in a better location.
I know I used the stock clutch line with the big bars.

PM me if interested.

good luck,
redrazor
 
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