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Old 11-07-2012, 03:23 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Usmctundra, ya I have settled on the icon kit, much better performance IMO as well. The cheapest I found was a bit over 3600, not too bad I guess considering what you get. Thx, it's going to be tough I think to get the bike sold in the economy we have, but I'll get er done!
Your not kidding. My dad ended up just selling his bike back to Harley last year. Took a huge hit on the price but he was ready to get rid of it. Had a Street Bob. Let me know how you like the Icon kit. That's the route I'm leaning towards as soon as I get the funds. What kind of Harley are you selling?
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Old 11-08-2012, 03:00 AM   #17 (permalink)
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My bike is an 08 custom soft tail. It blue books at about 13k, I called a local dealership as well, they offered 7k....i need some goodies for the truck but not that bad haha. Ya man ill keep you posted for sure. A buddy of mine has a similar set up and he blasts over whoop sections with ease its awesome!
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Old 11-10-2012, 04:00 PM   #18 (permalink)
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yeah if you plan on doing all that then thats probably the route you should go. you look into kings? thats the route most go when doing all that.
Ya, I looked at all the top companies. Kings look awesome. I like th fact that the icons can be adjusted to a full 3.5 inches and I like that the icon is a complete kit with Ucas etc, my freakin OCD kicks in, everything must match. Hahah
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Old 11-10-2012, 07:03 PM   #19 (permalink)
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Ya, I looked at all the top companies. Kings look awesome. I like th fact that the icons can be adjusted to a full 3.5 inches and I like that the icon is a complete kit with Ucas etc, my freakin OCD kicks in, everything must match. Hahah
thats koo. icons will come in the near future for me as well.
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Pngo... You get your beast dialed in?
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Old 11-13-2012, 10:42 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Pngo... You get your beast dialed in?
stock struts, nothing to dial in. haha. but i did email icon about a set of coilovers. will come in the near future. trying to get another set of wheels/tires first.
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Very cool! I bet it's lookin awesome! What wheel and tire combo you thinkin?
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Very cool! I bet it's lookin awesome! What wheel and tire combo you thinkin?
Im gonna go with the same set in 20s but black with machined lip this time to change it up a bit. For tires, I want 325/60/20 Duratracs, Toyo AT2, or Terra Grapplers. Tires are so much more going with 20s, around $400 a piece.
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Very cool! What's your opinions on the trail graps? I think that's what I would like to get in the future.
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I just put the Toyo AT 2 on mine and get compliments on how they look. You arn't going to get a 65k warranty on the MT. They ride great on the street, some noise though. Off road they grip very well. As close to perfection on both sides of the fence as your going to get. All in all a very good tire.
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