2008 Harley Davidson FLHX Street Glide Hot Bike Baggers

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Harley-Davidson FLHX Street Glide


Rudy’s Oh-Ate

If been around motorcycles for a you’ve most likely of Paul Yaffe. For the past few Paul’s radical creations—choppers, Pro and bobbers—have continually graced the of Hot Bike magazine. Newcomers better know him from his TV show build-off bike.

His has always been about uncluttered bikes with lines, sheetmetal and paint, but he was and building baggers well the current craze.

Compared to the Evo age of the Company, the Twin Cam’s evolving platform can cause for many fabricators and custom It seems that changes and from year to year progressed at an unprecedented rate. It that long ago that air-cooled H-D model from the diminutive Sportster to the largest carried 130 rear tires on wheels.

2008 brought big changes the touring line, such as throttle control, isolated system in the rear pulley, brake calipers with ABS, a 6-gallon fuel and a frame redesign.

Just as the new models were unveiled, Moreno knew a Street was in his future. Paul’s first was shaping the stock gas tank to seamlessly with the rest of the The H-D unit was extended rearward also making a pocket for the to fit into. Then a cool dash and pop-up gas cap were for a custom look.

The seat needed to be reshaped to fit the pocket in the new fuel tank. metalworking continued with of the fenders. He shaved and pinched the H-D front fender by first off the stock rivets and pinching in the To get a great look over the Bagger Nation wheel, the was welded back onto the bracket 3/4 inch back and 1 lower than stock.

On the end, the rear fender a close shave and fill with the removal of the stock frame, taillight and signals. An bonus to all of this work is the program: You can send Paul tank, fenders and seat, and send you back customized Different options exist, so him a call, or check the Bagger website for more info.

On the rear of the bike, the saddlebags frenched-in Wedgy taillight/turn The unique shape makes the bags look amazing, and with the Stealth license this has to be one of the best-looking bagger ends out there. Complementing the are the similarly shaped mirrors in the traditional position above the controls.

Harley-Davidson FLHX Street Glide

A very simple license mount completes the package. Gary Crisp the paint, first laying a base of silver, then a cobalt blue. For the graphics, ghosted in gunmetal gray and giving a very deep that pops in the light.

Many other Bagger parts were bolted the Street Glide to let it stand out in the The stock rider and passenger were replaced with designed by Paul. Curved Boards for the rider add some and comfort while the passenger got new footpegs. A drilled and chromed Link shift linkage the shifter to the transmission. Mounted on the Bagger Apes are chromed H-D housings flanked by Yaffe grips.

Lurking inside the H-D is a Hawg Wired super-loud amplifier linked to the stock along with new speakers to the extra wattage. Harley and ignition switch fill out the inner fairing.

Other than the addition of a Eagle air filter and the SuperTrapp/Yaffe the 96ci motor remains Other than lowering the 2 inches, the suspension is also H-D. At the end of the chromed fork, a Bagger Nation wheel matching rotors clamped by Brembo calipers.

Since the wheel is mostly obscured by the Paul saved Rudy money by using an 18-inch Smoothie wheel instead of the higher-priced front wheel.

bike is a good example of some well-thought-out parts to your ho-hum stock into a one-of-a-kind custom Rudy gets tons of everywhere he goes and doesn’t to worry about reliability or his warranty. With a little and effort, most of the parts here can be adapted to your to make it stand out in the crowd.

Harley-Davidson FLHX Street Glide
Harley-Davidson FLHX Street Glide
Harley-Davidson FLHX Street Glide

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