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One zillion air cleaners assemble & packaged yesterday.
OK it was more like a hundred.



The stance & tail section of this Norton has literally haunted me for years.
After a few changes in suspension I got the stance where wanted it, then I ask Evan Wilcox to rework the tail section more to my liking.  When I went to mount the tail/seat for the third time, I was frazzled, busy with parts, MBob & had 30 other semi legit excuses why I could make it happen. 
So I took up to Kiyo, after a short brain storming session he said  "yes, I'll do it". a
And he did. 
It's exactly where & what I was trying to conger up.
I picked it up yesterday, I had a hard time not going and having a look every 10 minuets.
Thanks Kiyo.

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Commented on 5-21-2012 At 08:01 pm
 

I want........

Commented on 5-21-2012 At 11:02 pm
 

Same here.
Where do I get one?

Commented on 5-22-2012 At 12:46 am
 

The store's stocked men.

http://bcmmoto.bigcartel.com

Commented on 5-22-2012 At 12:46 am
 

The store's stocked men.

http://bcmmoto.bigcartel.com

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