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    Mutazu MU hardbags

    -Josh
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    Knight Rider Connector
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    Quote Originally Posted by gottattooz View Post
    Mutazu MU hardbags

    -Josh
    Don't those come in white?

    IT'S NOT ABOUT HOW FAST YOU GET THERE, IT'S ABOUT THE RIDE ITSELF. TAKE YOUR TIME AND ENJOY IT!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big-B View Post
    Don't those come in white?
    Yes they do. When I ordered mine, I had a Clear Alternatives tail light and I wanted the lenses on the bags to match. When I contacted Mutazu, they said the clear lenses only came on the black bags. Knowing what I know now, I would have bought the white bags with the red lenses, gutted the POS led board, and would have wired in a regular 1157/3157 socket behind the red lens.

    -Josh

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    Ah that's too bad. You gonna paint them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big-B View Post
    Ah that's too bad. You gonna paint them?
    No, they're back in the original boxes, and stuff in the attic. I had an issue with the left door popping open while riding. I lost a leather jacket and one glove once. The reason they're put away is as follows: Where I used to work, I would drive between large yellow posts to park my bike under an overhang to keep it out of the weather. One day, I was driving between the poles and wasn't aware that the left door had popped open. The impact basically shattered the backside of the hard bag. It didn't break off, but there's spider web cracks everywhere. Instead of chancing losing the entire bag altogether, I just removed them. Since I can't afford Corbins, I just wear a backpack.

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    Gottattooz,

    Would you sell the bags? My bike is black and I was thinking about the Mutazu bags if I could get a quick release bracket for them. They would give me something to work with even if one is cracked up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OUTLAW View Post
    Gottattooz,

    Would you sell the bags? My bike is black and I was thinking about the Mutazu bags if I could get a quick release bracket for them. They would give me something to work with even if one is cracked up.

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    Sure. Give me a shipping address so I can get you a quote. How does $100 plus shipping sound??

    -JOsh

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    Oak Ridge, TN 37830-8518

    Does this include mounting brackets & hardware?
    07 Black M109R, Full cut Suz Gel Seat, CW Drivers backrest, Forward pegs, Breakaway Cruize Control, GI-PRO Blue, 2 inch risers, 2.25 lowering bones, Techmount radar det mnt, Tach relocate, alarm, debeavered, debadged, debitched

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    You'll get everything I have for the bags. Brackets and all.

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    Do you need any big block buick parts? '63-- '76
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    bags and brackets
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    New front turn signals.

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    Sidemount repair pics.

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    Helmet pics
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    Helmet and tins
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    More crap.



    Lit up with a weak 9 volt battery.



    And straight to the bike battery.





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    Joels front rim.
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    Joel's rear rim

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    Polished derby cover

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    Quote Originally Posted by gottattooz View Post
    Polished derby cover

    -Josh
    Damn, that thing looks like a mirror! Nice work.

    IT'S NOT ABOUT HOW FAST YOU GET THERE, IT'S ABOUT THE RIDE ITSELF. TAKE YOUR TIME AND ENJOY IT!!

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    Thanks, Bernie. I don't know what these derby covers are made of or coated with, but they're a pain in the ass to polish. I"m glad you approve.

    -Josh

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    Quote Originally Posted by gottattooz View Post
    Thanks, Bernie. I don't know what these derby covers are made of or coated with, but they're a pain in the ass to polish. I"m glad you approve.

    -Josh
    Yeah, they have some funky finish on them. Not sure why it's different from the rest of the bike. The texture feels like the same on the forks.

    IT'S NOT ABOUT HOW FAST YOU GET THERE, IT'S ABOUT THE RIDE ITSELF. TAKE YOUR TIME AND ENJOY IT!!

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    5-slots on the Buick





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    Axle spikes with handle bar spikes tapped to 1/4-20.

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    Peterbilt Steer rims.

    You can see the section my friend started before he gave up and called me to do his wheels.



    And 30 minutes later......BAM!!



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    It's amazing that you can do something that size in only 30 minutes. I polished a set of factory Ford teardrop rims once and it took me close to 2 hours for each rim, and that was using an angle grinder with 8" buffs on it. That wheel looks chromed, good job!






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    Thanks, Zoom. My friend had already sanded the rim down, and prepped for polishing, so I just finished it for him.

    -Josh

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    Hey Josh nice talking with you on the phone really looking forward to getting wheels done .Thanks again! Jackie
    IF IT AIN'T RED........LEAVE IT IN THE SHED

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    Peterbilt Drive wheel. I finished one of the drive wheels today.

    Before. I actually had to sand this one down with 320 grit on a D/A sander




    And about an hour later....


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