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Old 08-06-2008, 08:12 PM Top   #1 (permalink)
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Default 69 Sporty Ironhead 1,000 CC

Here is my 69 I been working on for quite a few years.
Frame is stretched & raked, has old Denvers Girder front end.
Takes a chain & 1/2 to go from sprocket to sprocket.
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That is what I wanted so much in the early 70's. You brought back some memories there, big guy. Nice job and ride safe.
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Awesome bike. Keep up the good work.
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Looks good. Brings back some old memories
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Wow....1.5 chains from sprocket to sprocket.....I bet that thing really gets to whipping up and down!

When I was running a full length chain (120) links, mine would really start to whip at times....just have to keep them on the tight side....of course now, you can buy spring activated tensioners that can be welded or bolted on to the frame.

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Hey man that bike is killer as all hell!!! That denver front end is a hell of a score too! You know that they didnt make a 1000 sportster till 72 right? Cant really see in the pic but if your ride has a distributor instead of a mag its not a 69. I dunno maybe its modded with 1000 heads and jugs. Im just sayin you see some people pull some f-ed up stuff. Saw a guy buy what was advertised as a 70xlch. Posted pic and it was mid-late 60s. Some one did a half ass number job on the cases and stamped big twin #s. Had some messed up title that said it was a sportster but with big twin #s on the title to boot. Any way if that bike was a 69 it would have been a 900 (883 actual cc). Not trying to flame here. Just wanted to point it out. Have fun with that kick ass scoot!
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