I like my boots . . . been with me for a while now and have served well.
Jason's always using his skills to give old parts another chance. Check out what he did with some Harley Springer pieces he had and some radius rod he got off ebay some years ago. The rods were rusty chrome and on another springer. He straightened them up on the lathe, stripped the chrome with a grinder then spent a few hours sanding and polishing. He then made some tapered sections to fit inside the new legs, then made the outer cover sleeves and finished them in silicone bronze to give a brazed look . . . going to be 8 inches over stock and have a new life on a cool chopper, what do you think?
Always dreaming of a hauler to have one day. Always in love with Chevy 3100's. Came across this one on Stance Works. Great photos, and the off colored front passenger fender reminded of a truck near my parents place I used to see and like until one day it was sold and gone . . .
I kept seeing these great shots of clean bikes in a beautiful work place and finally visited the Enhinger Kraftrad website after following Uwe Ehinger (@uwe_ehinger) on instagram. Some very inspirational work, check it out a sample of a few photos I snatched from their website.