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Re:yanaha road star DIY BAGGER
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Re:yanaha road star DIY BAGGER 3 Years, 2 Months ago  
Beautiful bike Pana!
 
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Re:yanaha road star DIY BAGGER 3 Years, 2 Months ago  
I must join in with the others. You did a beautiful job on your bike.
I really should start practicing with molding and laying fiberglass.

Bravo Sir!
 
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Re:yanaha road star DIY BAGGER 3 Years, 2 Months ago  
I would like to thank you for your comments and that I will answer any questions and help you in all the way I can since I am far far away from you. ( soon I will get and install rear suspension from hagon shock uk which is made for my requirements and will let you know how is going)
 
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Re:yanaha road star DIY BAGGER 3 Years, 2 Months ago  
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Nice work, I wished my fiberglass skills were as good as yours.

great bike! I try to do the same on my royal star
 
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Re:yanaha road star DIY BAGGER 3 Years, 2 Months ago  


Cool bike! Welcome from Virginia.
 
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Re:yanaha road star DIY BAGGER 3 Years, 2 Months ago  
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Cool bike! Welcome from Virginia.

Thank you
 
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Re:yamaha road star DIY BAGGER 3 Years, 1 Month ago  
Great job; very impressive.

I really like the side covers and the seat. On the seat, its flat tail does not overwhelm the bikes profile. Also, I can envision a removable backrest that has a post that goes thru a port in the seat.
 
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Re:yamaha road star DIY BAGGER 3 Years, 1 Month ago  
deadlion wrote:
Great job; very impressive.

I really like the side covers and the seat. On the seat, its flat tail does not overwhelm the bikes profile. Also, I can envision a removable backrest that has a post that goes thru a port in the seat.


Thanks. Your bike is one of my favorite bagger. I try to do the same with your bags and fender.
 
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Re:yamaha road star DIY BAGGER 3 Years, 1 Month ago  
Nicely done sir, really nice!
If and when you have time, could we see some closer pics of the side covers and if you don't mind, how you mounted the fairing.

Great job
 
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Re:yamaha road star DIY BAGGER 3 Years, 1 Month ago  
I dont know how I missed this thread.

Pana your skills humble me. That is a BEAUTIFUL Bagger. The First Bagger that I would truly like to own. Please when you are able, show us much more pictures

Rod
 
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