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Vintage Big Dogs

Discussion in 'Vintage Big Dogs' started by sk81135, Jan 27, 2016.

  1. Th3InfamousI

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    Watching this video made me like that fender even more! Looks really cool from the back flows nicely!

    Now..the guy doing the add said it has a 106 engine...haha really? What the hell man that doesn't even exist.

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    .... well, technically .... it is a 106.7 or something like that.... lol
     
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    Here was my Deuce it replaces......
     

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    I thinking maybe the fender was rolled back from it's original position were it would have came down and touched the lower swing arm bar in the front. Just a guess :oldroll: it looks good on that bike and it's famous.
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    Yes, I think you are exactly right. Instead of the fender being behind the battery box, there is a chrome 'replacement' ....
     
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    You can call Big Dog direct in Kansas and get parts I just got grips for my 03 chopper
     
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    Your avatar show you have a very nice pair of grips
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    Here's mine. It's for sale.
     

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    my 1999 vintage classic. 48 made 47 had 96 cube motors. this yellow job was the only 99 vintage classic that came with a 107 cube engine.
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    Did those wheels come stock? They look like 80 spoke. Mine came with 60s and the rear failed from torque. BDM replaced with an 80 under warranty.
     
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    my originals were 60's but same thing,, rear one broke a bunch of spokes and big dog sent me an 80. then I put the 80 on the front. I have since switch out both front and rear to the king spoke wheels. they fit better than the stock wheels did and for what ever reason the bike rides and handles much better. only thing i can figure is its because the king spoke wheels are heavier.
    no belt pulley spacers or brake disc spacers and even eliminated 2 wheel spacers with the king spokes..... sealed bearings too.
     
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