Wheels Of Grace Magazine

Volume 14, Issue 2

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WheelsOfGrace.com | Volume 14 Issue 2 | 15 Browsing the local Phoenix, AZ Craigslist for Harley parts and projects, I came across a very low mileage but salvaged 2011 FLHX. The pictures showed damage all over but the asking price was low enough. So, I went and picked it up. I put the bike on a lift and started taking parts off. Unfortunately, the damage wasn't mostly cosmetic, but the frame was bent and beyond repair. That left me with 2 choices – either dismantle and sell the good parts or buy a good frame and rebuild from scratch. We decided to resurrect the bike to see where we could take it and how much it would cost to do it. Yes, it will always be a bike with a 'rebuilt' history and not have a high resale value – but does that matter while riding and enjoying it for many years to come? Not looking too bad but… A good used frame, ready to go. My business partner Denis needed to put a bagger in that empty space in his garage. He wanted a red bike, so we picked candy apple red. We had a set of GeezerEngineering wheels custom anodized in red to match the paint. By Andreas Korner A 'Resurrection' ? WheelsOfGrace.com | Volume 14 Issue 2 | 15

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