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A place to showcase your bobbers. Please be sure to optimize your images before uploading. If they are too big, they will end up bogging down the forum. Thanks!
The customer bike gallery is getting full so we will post the images here. If you have a bike to share with us that you've bobberized using the Blue Collar Bobber kits, please do so here. Also feel free to provide use what the information about what bike and what Kits you used. Thanks!
- John the webmaster.
-From Barry and Miranda
Just finished up on it this morning and then cruised around for the day to get some pics of it.I couldn't be happier with it, you wont believe how many looks i get from people wondering what it is. Even the Harley people say it looks good then get all quiet about it when they find out its a Kawasaki. I love it! Thanks again guys,
Hope you enjoy
- The MADBOB
I went a different route than the flat paint and did House of Color Pagan gold Kandy with Root beer scallops. Had a pin stripper come in and do some scratch work in brite red and gold. I think it came out pretty well thanks to how easy it was to put together. Thanks for the great kit, it was very well thought out and came with everything right down to the zip ties and leather conditioner.
I love that bike! Saw your bike on Chopcult.com and thought to myself "I wish I could find this guy so I can ask him some questions about his bike". Small world of us Kawi 800 guys! Anyways, what bars are you running on your bike? Are those Biltwell Frisco bars? Also, what seat bracket are you running to get your seat down so low? Also, what sort of air intake are you running? And finally the obvious, that I think most of us 800 guys are wondering, how were you able to mount that sporty tank on the 800? I've got an '02 800 with the full BCB kit on it, minus the front turn signals. My tins are currently at paint, but I'll post pics of mine as soon as I get it back together. But I really want to try out those bars and change my tank out! Thanks Bro!
This is a Rebel 450 Bobber I have just finished; Im about to do another 450 in a similar style. No BCB products available for the 450's - I would use them if they did supply them!
Hey Lance have you thought about supplying struts to hardtail the swingarm bikes (s40 & rebel) ?
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