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Throttle Addiction is now based in Eau Claire, Wisconsin
"This past month has been a wild ride. We picked up the entire company and moved it 1500 miles north to Wisconsin. Our new warehouse gives us ample room to expand and grow in the coming years. We thank everyone for their patience while we made our transition. The dust has settled and we are back to business as usual. Orders will be processed and shipped the same business day!"- Zach
This is for all you Sportster, Dyna and stocker fans that don't want to change the tail light setup you already have but want to get rid of that crappy plastic side mount. This will relocate your license plate to a slick low pro style and mount either vertically or horizontally off the lower shock bolt.
Perfect to replace the HD plastic side mounts on Sportsters, Dynas and other models. Will fit any bike with a shock rear suspension
This tool locks the primary drive on Sportster models to facilitate crankshaft sprocket nut removal and installation, along with clutch service. Designed to fit between the engine sprocket and clutch sprocket on 2004 to present Sportster XL1200 models. JIMS No. 5520 is made in the USA, features JIMS lifetime tool warranty, and has a suggested retail price of $36.50. For more info, contact email@example.com, visit www.jimsusa.com, or call (805) 482-6913.
I received an email from Curtwood Bixson asking if I would like to read a copy of his children's book "My Dad rides a Chopper." I graciously accepted, read it and absolutely loved it. I predict that this book will be passed down for generations to come. It's well-written, beautifully illustrated, and will inspire future enthusiasts and parents alike. Curtwood Bixson and artist, Gary Wein, are the masterminds behind this wonderful book. They introduce you to Wyatt and his dad who builds a custom motorcycle in his garage. It's a cool journey, one that we can all relate to. -Lisa
"My Dad rides a chopper, but it didn't always look this way."
"Get in the garage, keep busy, don't pitter patter! Focus and work hard on the things to you that matter..."
Come on out to the 2nd Annual Choppahead Motorcycle Swap Meet - you can buy, sell, trade motorcycles, parts, and other cool shit. Harley, British (Triumph / BSA / Norton, etc), Japanese - whatever! Free to attend.
Vendors welcome - shoot us a message, or give us a call (508-995-6764) to reserve a spot. Spots are free, on a first come/first served basis!