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    Default Harley Davidson build a "Custom" motorcycle



    Make the 2012 HD bike of your dreams

    It's a cool idea and really hope it adds some more variety to what's out there.
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    Oh Yah... I'm liking this. I think it's gonna draw some attention for sure. Always good to have different options right from the factory, especially ones you can play around with on a screen. Mixes these bikes up a bit, Very Nice!

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    The only thing I don't like is that much of it is dealer installed. So what is the real price break?
    ^^My $0.02 not yours^^
    -Chris
    aka Gas Man

    "Why pay somebody else to fuck up your bike?"
    "Custom don't bolt on!"

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    Cool idea for the chromosexuals and the mechanically un-inclined, but if you can buy it at the dealer, it's not custom...

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    all show no go
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    Quote Originally Posted by BikerGeoff View Post
    Cool idea for the chromosexuals and the mechanically un-inclined, but if you can buy it at the dealer, it's not custom...
    welcome to the forum, be sure to do a intro with pic's of your bike. they like that around here !! oh and i agree with you about the "custom" part but too each their own. i'm a builder so "custom" means something different to me but i'm always willing to help someone make a "custom" part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudpuppy View Post
    all show no go
    1200 Sportsters have plenty enough go, and make one hell of a show.

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    I like the 4th one !

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    Some much tweeking I want to do my sporty this winter but I can't buy anything for her if i want to get my other project running by spring

    I'll split hairs between 'customizing' and 'a custom bike'. One is something the dealer does, the other is something the dealer says "I ain't touching that now."
    "Too smart for the low brows, too crude for the highbrows."
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    "I prefer liberty with danger to peace with slavery."

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    I've said it before, the problem I have with the system is the custom parts are the same cost as on the shelf so this means I pay the price and don't get to sell off my stock stuff.

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