Kyane
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Select Edge
That looks absolutely brilliant, well done on the good job.
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crash
That's huge, that looks awesome.  Presumably it has altered the handling a little but in terms of looks that really sets it apart from the rest.
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Current: RoadMaster (ebony and ivory)
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Kyane
Thanks Crash and Fatscout, you know everyone was saying it will handle terrible etc with the wide wheel but I’ll tell you what, I’m not really noticing any difference at all!, feels fine!
These bikes seem so well balanced and have  such a low center of gravity that I think that may off set any handling wows.
New Rear fender is next on the job list!
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Mon
Does look excellent Kyane.
Would love to fit that on my bike but getting my head around the price tag keeps holding me back.
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Kyane
Mehhh, was worth it I think for the visual impact, makes the original tyre look pretty skinny!, don’t think there’s too many of them over here.
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crash
Kyane wrote:
makes the original tyre look pretty skinny!, don’t think there’s too many of them over here.


I think that's a pretty fair assessment 😃
Ulysses #30673
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Current: RoadMaster (ebony and ivory)
Highett Victoria Australia
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Robbo
Looks really good. I would only put as much rear fender on it as you need to stop road grime from flicking on to your back and leave as much of it exposed as possible.
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Deepsea
Kayne;

Looks great!  Did you only buy a rim and tire or were there other mods required for the Fat Ass end?? Another question - where did you buy the exhaust system? I was thinking of adding those to my Bobber!!
Steve

2018 Indian Bobber
NoR, Perth, WA
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Jollster
It looks like it means business. And the business it’s doing is mean usiness. I like it.

Jollster
2017 Thunder Black Scout.
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Kyane
Yes rear gaurd will be a minimum Robbo, I’ll have to get the guard rolled up on an English wheel I think to get the right profile for the tire.
Exhaust is a freedom performance radical radius from East R  Steve and it’s freaking loud!, you can get slide in baffles though, the rim was from RC components in the US, that whole transaction was a disaster actually!
I bought the rim only and the mounting kit but the rim turned up not completely machined and no mounting hardware, finally received the mounting kit and that was incomplete too so had to wait again for more components, glad to finally get it on there!!! 
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Deepsea
Thanks for the info. Kyane. I really like the Exhaust system but I would have to go for the baffles I think, most of the time!! The Fat rear end sounds a bit to much drama for me right now maybe I will wait until they become more popular and easier to purchase and fit. 

Safe riding!!
Steve

2018 Indian Bobber
NoR, Perth, WA
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Kiwi Helsinki
Hi all,

I understand that people have fitted the Avon AV 72 180 Tyre on a stock rear of a Bobber. They have a new tyre and I'm assuming the Avon Cobra Chrome AV92 180/65-16 81H will also fit but would hugely appreciate confirm from a user or guru.

Thanks
Karl
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