~~87 Evo Bobber~~
Numerous Frame modifications. Lower legs of the swingarm were lengthened 1 inch to lower
the rear. Seat area was lowered about 1". Cut out the ugly part of the frame where
the old seat was and made it a nice triangle. Rear struts were hand made out of 1/2"
solid steel and are part of the frame. Rear axle mount on swingarm is all custom. Frame was
boxed in many areas including trans mount for extra strength.
Progressive adjustable rear dampners. Front glide forks were lowered 2 1/2" inches. 3-1/2
gallon fat bobs, cateye dash, fl rear fender severely modified. 2 piece seat. Back is
recessed into rear fender. Seat is an old Jaguar material my upholsterer had on his
shelf for years. (looks old) Old Packard tailight. Paint by Anthony Ribeau at Vintage Steel
in Tucson. Hand pin Striped Scallops and dead Elvis by Jim Gear.
Engine is an 80" evo and is the original one to the bike. Rebuilt less than 8,000
miles ago. EV23 cam. Mikuni carb, Runs real strong and fast. Copper oil lines by Scott
Bateman. 5speed trans with new revtech kicker kit, includes main shaft and all new bearings.
Trans case is boxed for extra strength. Kick Only, Jockey shift linkage custom made.
Antique glass door knob for a handle. New wide whites, wheels powdercoated, new
spokes. Real nice bike that draws a crowd everywhere you go, not to mention they
will hear you coming from a mile away.
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