If you’ve seen one Harley softail you’ve seen them all… not true! This one stands alone in a crowd and goes against the grain of what everyone else is doing. When we built this bike 23″ wheels was was the biggest available. Sure we could machine a larger rim but we don’t own a tire factory! So 23’s it is, Front and back. But you can just bolt a 23 on the back. It doesn’t fit, not even close. If were going to make a swing arm it cant look like a factory piece. It has to be one off, billet and bad ass. Hundreds of hours went in to the design and fabrication of the rear end. billet aluminum sides, Welded steel center section, hidden wiring, hidden axle adjustment and flush mount tail lights. We like it low but we put the bump stops just above ground level to keep is safe. The fender is a RWD blank with custom rigid mounts so it swing with the rear. for the 23’s we used one of our in house Wicked Image styles the Assassin. To get the front end geometry correct we used a set of HHI raked trees and a front spring lowering kit. Now that were rolling on 23’s the rest of the bike has to be up to par. We sent the top end to Vegas to get detailed with diamond cutting, then machined a one off set of engine, trans and points covers. We did a custom 1 off set of exhaust pipes with some trick flapper caps. Beach bars were almost the right fit, with a few mods to an off the shelf set of bars they were perfect. Duane Ballard hand tooled a masterpiece of a custom seat for us. Butch Lynch spent countless hours dialing in the beautiful paint job. We have been lucky enough to grace the pages of Hot Bike Magazine a few times. It is always an honor. To be chosen for the cover is a real pat on the back.
Love it or hate it you cant stop looking at it!