Taped-On Chopper Parts

chopper parts, mooneyes oil tank, flanders handlebars, offset risers, chopper shox, seatpan, west eagle fenderYes black tape is not a substitute for welding, but it sure can hold some parts in place for an exciting visual of what your ride is gonna look like.

After buying a couple of gas tanks (a mustang tank and an Indian Larry dished tank) I actually decided to use the tank from the donor bike. Lost some money there. Oh well, guess I’ll just have to build another bike 😉

The risers are hard to see but they’re from DMC Chops. They do a nice job for a decent price. Jamie, where’s my 50 bucks???

The handlebars are Flanders. The hand controls are JayBrake Classics. I went with JayBrake calipers too. Four piston front and back. One thing you don’t want to go cheap on is brakes. What’s the saying? “Don’t put all the money in the go save some for the slow“. Something like that.

The seat pan and shocks are from Guilty Customs. The fender is a bicycle style fender from West Eagle. They have some pretty cool parts. Also picked up a tail light from them.

And last but certainly not least is the bad-ass Mooneyes oil tank.

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  1. Cj Hanlon May 30th

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    Dude, that bikes coming along very nicely. Glad we could help with parts! make sure and shoot us a pic when it's on the road!
    CJ @ Guilty Customs


  2. GarageBuiltChop June 15th

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    Thanks man…will do. Just posted a video of it getting fired up.


  3. GarageBuiltChop June 15th

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    Thanks man…will do. Just posted a video of it getting fired up.


  4. motorcycle parts August 29th

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    Hi,
    Thanks for the information.. It’s a great news that such meet is
    held and one can gather a great knowledge on the motorcycle.. The parts.
    accessories shown on such meet can also help the people in knowing the
    best for them..


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