2002 Fat Boy

Hello everyone! Here is my baby. The bike is not too bad either. Seriously though she is a friend. My girl started out as a 2002 Fat Boy with beautiful pearl white paint. I stripped it to the bones and started spending money, lots of money. I guess that is a given. Wanted something that looked like it was from the 60’s and I think I did not too bad of a job. Tail dragger fenders covering thick spoke wheels with black powder coated rims and the 21 inch on the front really added to the look. New Commander II rubber finished the wheels. (I get nearly twice the miles from these tires than any other tire I have tried and I have used all the brands over the years) I put stretched tanks on as well to give it that old look I was after. The custom built apes with the Arlen Ness mirrors really makes for a comfortable ride. Old school grips look great and totally eliminate any numbness in the hands even after a long ride. I blacked nearly everything out as you can see. Was not sure about the fish tails in chrome until they were on. One look and that was it. No passenger pegs but have all the quick attach seat and back rest if I ever need it. Took out the factory 5 speed gears and replaced them with a Revtec 6 speed. I left the 88 inch in it so the extra gear really makes a difference. The color is Gunmetal Blue with several coats of clear. I still have a round oil bucket to install to complete the look. I also have a set of passing lamps in black that I am trying to decide on. Not sure so an opinion or two would really be appreciated. I finished the look with LED bullet signals on the front and LED signals built into the rear of the struts. The back end is finished with a really cool plate holder and LED tail and stop light. I took the bike to a couple of large shows in Vancouver and Vancouver Island the day after it was complete last fall. Did pretty well with one first place in the Custom category at each show and took the People’s Choice Award at both shows. She turns quite a few heads and the bike gets the odd look too, Ha Ha Thanks for letting me brag. It was a blast to build. I slammed it 2 inches and it has to be the smoothest ride ever. Thanks