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To install a 240 rear tire on a Dyna it is necessary to replace the rear fork with a wider swing arm, disassemble the transmission and replace the main shaft and main drive gear with a longer version. This offsets the drive to the left to create needed clearance for the rear belt. The rear fender supports have to be removed and contoured to allow clearance for rear fender. Then a little touch up paint.

The best way to build custom is to assemble and test fit everything prior to paint and final assembly. Here we test fit the belt drive, rear fender, shocks, struts and seat. Once we are happy that everything fits correctly, then the bike is disassembled for paint and chrome.

The rear fender mounting holes are located for proper clearnence to fender and still maintain the low look. Now assemble the primary drive side to check all and then strip the parts to be painted from the bike and off to our custom paint program. Replaced the stock front mag wheel with matching 60 spoked front wheel.

The paint has returned from Lou Costa Pin Striping in Baldwin NY. Plenty of black here. Next we fit the rear fender and rear turn signals, Luis has added a multi-function module to make the rear directional’s run and brake. With the rear fender mounted we next installed the gas tank and front fender. Now to mount the license plate. Using a Harley-Davidson swing out license plate bracket we fabricated a mount for the rear axle complete with stop to prevent moving around and wired the built in LED license plate light. Almost done!

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