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Help finishing bobber
04/13/19 at 09:47:02
 
Stuff I need help finding, figuring out.
1. Rear fender, non factory.
2. Fuel tank, sans any speedo.
3. Front speedo mount.
4. BMX bars.
On a tight budget.
I have candy... erm, factory parts if anyones needing.
Swaps also.
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Re: Help finishing bobber
Reply #1 - 04/13/19 at 13:27:24
 
SavageMan99 wrote on 04/13/19 at 09:47:02:
Stuff I need help finding, figuring out.
1. Rear fender, non factory.
2. Fuel tank, sans any speedo.
3. Front speedo mount.
4. BMX bars.
On a tight budget.
I have candy... erm, factory parts if anyones needing.
Swaps also.


Rear fender, you have quite an assortment to pick from. You can adapt from other models, or make your own from trailer fenders. It is up to personal preference and your modifying/adapting skills.

Fuel  tank, adapt another model or simply fill in the speedometer opening on the factory tank. Depends on the look that you are after as to which way to go on that. Easiest way is to fill the opening since the tank already fits the bike.

Speedo mount is easy. Intruder speedometer bolts to the top fork crown. And you gain a trip odometer in the process. Get a GT 750 tach cable or the cable extension from someplace like Ryca and you are set..

BMX bars will require different handlebar clamps and controls for the smaller diameter bars. Which may entail more work and fabrication than you are thinking.

Pic is with opening filled and Intruder speedo mounted.
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Reply #2 - 04/13/19 at 15:44:32
 
Nice tank, nice speedo. Is intruder a brand name?
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Reply #3 - 04/13/19 at 17:47:59
 
This is an awesome rear fender.  Put it on mine Cut it short for my bike. Watch the video....this fender has a tighter diameter compared to a trailer fender.  Fits much better.  Plus, thicker steel.

https://www.tcbroschoppers.com/6-raw-steel-flat-bobber-fender.html

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Reply #4 - 04/13/19 at 18:09:19
 
SavageMan99 wrote on 04/13/19 at 15:44:32:
Nice tank, nice speedo. Is intruder a brand name?


Suzuki Intruder. Basically a v-twin Savage. Some parts are adaptable between the two. Fenders are nearly a bolt on swap, and entire front ends from the smaller ones (700-800 cc) swap directly.
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Reply #5 - 04/15/19 at 00:31:14
 
Nice bike;)
Mine will be more of a crappy looker, snappy torquer.
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