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Slimsfab Ironhead chop for US vs.THEMs only Mike Glory

 These are a few shots of Mike Glorys 1983 ironhead.It arrived to the Farm a stock bike with a few bolt ons. Mike wanted change. First I set him up with a 2 inch stretch one off hardtail, Then a solid battery tray and lid made from 1/8 inch coldrolled steel to house an ANTIGRAVITY 12 cell Lith battery.I fabbed up a finned fuel tank as well as matching oil bag,finned bars,and finned upper motor mount.The sissybar is also cold rolled solid round bar of 5/8 size. The seatpan attatched to the sissy goes up a tad bit passed mid way and will be covered as a King Queen style.To wrap thing up I built him a set of pipes that I think suit the build( in the photo they are unfinished). Since these photos were taken,The bike now sports slimsfab narrow35mm trees and a 21 inch spool wheel.   Slim      I will Live and Die a PROUD AMERICAN and still say..FUCK OUR CROOKED ASSED GOVERNMENT.!!



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