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Roaring Toyz Harley-Davidson Street Glide Is Black, Sleek and Evil

After mastering the customization arts with sport bikes, Roaring Toyz went forward and stepped into the twins' realm, only to show that they're still one of the best and most spectacular workshops in the business. And since the bikes themselves are the best praise, welcome Ed Hennesey's 2008 custom Harley-Davidson Street Glide.
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It all begun when Ed wanted a 26" wheel for his ride, so he brought his H-D to Robert Fisher and let him know about the plan. Robert smiled, called the resident H-D expert Kory Souza, and the hacking and sawing begun.

The neck was cut and and repositioned to accommodate the Performance Machine Paramount Platinum rim. Custom clamps and tree were also installed, together with a wrap-style fender and matching Paramount rotor with a six-piston caliper went on the H-D.

In the rear, a stretched fender and a set of similar Milwaukee Bagger saddlebags were mounted for a classic, mean bagger look. While the front end received a set of 14” ape hangers with internal wiring behind the slanted fairing, the rear got a low, contoured and stitched seat.

More Performance Machine parts were installed on this Street Glide, such as floorboards, heel-toe shifter and brake pedal, with an air ride system to make things look even better. And for making the sound just as good, Roaring Toyz added a Alpine deck with MB Quart speakers and a Rinehart dual exhaust set, for the other kind of music.
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