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post #21 of 28 (permalink) Old 10-27-2016, 09:52 AM
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Beautiful bike, well done.

Just one thing. The rear shock. It looks a bit out of place. It would look so much better with something like the K-Tech Bullitt.

My bike is quite similar to yours - but the rear shock makes a huge difference in looks and functionality (for me anyway!).
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Beautiful bike, well done.

Just one thing. The rear shock. It looks a bit out of place. It would look so much better with something like the K-Tech Bullitt.

My bike is quite similar to yours - but the rear shock makes a huge difference in looks and functionality (for me anyway!).
Yeah I know. At first I thought about getting one but the prices put me off. I will have to think about it...

Yours definitely looks nice.
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Bike looks awesome man... how did you find dealing with mugello
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Bike looks awesome man... how did you find dealing with mugello
Thanks.
It took some time to arrive but everything was fine.
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well done
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Well done to such a great work!!
I've never seen such a short number plate holder which is allowed in Europe

Could you tell me the kind of number plate holder you use? Or is it self-made?
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Well done to such a great work!!
I've never seen such a short number plate holder which is allowed in Europe

Could you tell me the kind of number plate holder you use? Or is it self-made?
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I just adapted a licence plate frame that I bought from aliexpress.
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