Kraus Nicks Dyna, the Way Harley-Davidsons Should Look

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Kraus Nicks Dyna
Kraus and custom bikes a are among the best synonyms one could ever think about, and the Nicks Dyna is just the right way to prove this. Starting off as a 2000 Harley-Davidson Super Glide FXDX, it took Kraus Motor Co 4 and half months to create the Nicks Dyna, but the time was well spent.
Believe it or not, Kraus threw away everything except the engine, transmission and frame. Since they thought the stock parts sucked, everything had to go, to make room from the all-new custom elements. Now, an H-D with a liter-GSX-R fork is definitely one thing we just don't stumble upon that often, is it?

All the metal parts have been replaced with custom hand-made Kraus ones: the fuel tank, rear fender and tail section, risers and handlebar, headlight and foot controls, pegs and all. On the controls side, Kraus just used ISR levers and Renthal rubber grips, while for the seat, they opted for a beaver leather on from Obie Beaver.

The engine was not modified, but the tranny received a major change: the wet primary was replaced with a BDL 2" open belt one, more in the spirit of traditional choppers. And to make things really cool and raw, Kraus went for the brushed aluminium finish and black powder coating for the frame. Nicks Dyna looks as clean a Harley as possible, and we really love this kind of complex simplicity.
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