front end done

This weekend I finished fabricating the front end of my bike.

Started by mocking up and drafting the gauge/switch bracket.

Spray mounted my mechanical drawing onto an 1/8″ flat stock steel and then roughed out the shape with the hacksaw and cleaned it up with files.

Installed! Left switch is for the High/Low beam and the right side is the On/Off kill switch.

Stance.

Here’s how it looked stock.

4 responses to “front end done”

  1. chris says:

    that shit is badasssss. adam
    i have a couple wiring diagrams for simplifying your bike if you wan’t i can forward them to ya. just send me your e-mail.-chris

  2. mick says:

    soo good adam, the gauges look great.

    how did you end up doing the new electric switches on your bracket? Did you have to buy all new controls or just do the rewiring yourself?

  3. andrew says:

    dude cant wait to get back and check it all out in person!

  4. Adam says:

    Thanks guys.

    Chris- I’m going to email you for the wiring diagrams.

    Mick- I haven’t wired them in yet but it should be pretty simple since they’ll wire into the harness right where the oem switches were. I’ll have pics of that process soon.

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