Aaron Crow

Aaron Crow
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San Diego
Bike Year
1967 Harley Davidson
Bike Motor
1967 FLH

What have you done?
-Stripped my old bike down to the frame
-Windowed the neck
-Fresh top end on the engine
-Painted barrels & tappet blocks
-Sissy bar made out of towing chain welded together
-Welded new peg mounts
-Mounted new gas tank
-Cut/ drill new fender
-Bondo & Paint prep
What do you have left to do?
-Exhaust pipes
-K/Q seat & upholstery
-Paint (rattle can, with a little razzle dazzle)
-Lots of polishing
-Final assembly
Any problems so far?
-Balancing time/ money/ work/ friends/ family
Favorite part of the bike so far?
-The stance
-The windowed neck; took me a handful of days to dremel & hand file it out
-The coffin tank paired with the prism style horseshoe oil bag
-All the chains
-The process
Favorite part of the competition?
Being given the opportunity to showcase the process of building a chopper.  In my own way, how I like to go about doing things.  While trying to be an example that anyone can do this, and you don’t need to be a shop, a metal worker, a professional bike builder, or indecent human.

Having a platform to show that you don’t need to be the most knowledgeable about anything specific with these machines.  You get to do what you dig, and that’s what you should be trying to portray through your build/ assembly/ process.
Shout outs:
I’d like to thank my friends, family, girlfriend, and landlord for their ongoing support.  That aside, it’s Nobody Vs everybody else.