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    Knuckle45 Guest

    Bobbers For Riding

    Nothing wrong with riding a bobber i got about 12,000 mi's on my 1945 knuckle i have more fun on it then any of the stock bikes i have had. But if its a nice stock bike leave it that way.

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    Knuckle45 Guest
    Here are four bobbers that are running the streets of New Jersey i see running around all the time


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    Last edited by Knuckle45; 12-06-2007 at 11:24 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knuckle45 View Post
    Nothing wrong with riding a bobber i got about 12,000 mi's on my 1945 knuckle i have more fun on it then any of the stock bikes i have had. But if its a nice stock bike leave it that way.
    YOU HAVE ONE GREAT LOOKING BIKE. WHEN I DO A BOBBER THATS THE LOOK I WANT. VERY NICELY DONE!
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    Re: Bobbers For Riding

    Just a pure beauty!!!

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    Re: Bobbers For Riding

    That is a good looking bike.
    Fabe
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    Re: Bobbers For Riding

    The 36EL1086 that I am doing is going to be a bobber

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    Re: Bobbers For Riding

    Quote Originally Posted by Knuckle45 View Post
    Here are four bobbers that are running the streets of New Jersey i see running around all the time



    Richie Pan's old bike?

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    Re: Bobbers For Riding

    Bobber's are great bikes. I am a purist in the most sense but I've built many a Bobber to suit my needs and preferences over the years. Personalized Bobbers are special because they represent the owners choice.

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    Re: Bobbers For Riding

    Wasn't that 45 Knucklehead up for sale 7/8 years ago on the East Coast? Seem s to me the guy had 2 bikes for sale at the time...
    VPH-D

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    Re: Bobbers For Riding

    1960 frame cut and a hard tail grafted to it with a 1956 FLH engine to provide power. 45” flathead front fork with 21” wheel. I guess it could be called a bobber?


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