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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 08-07-2014, 11:37 AM Thread Starter
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Does anyone sell a bobber conversion kit for the Hammer-something like the Conquest Customs bikes?

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You can get the C.C. kit for $1500.00 US . Shipping to you will probably be a little painful on the wallet . I have seen one of his kits installed on a bike , if I never rode double I would have one already . Fit and finish is top grade .

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I dont know that I would consider the CC kit a "Bobber kit"... as much as a copy of the HD Rocker design.

I dont know that a 250-300mm tire even registers as a "Bobber style"? in that a true bobber is a chopped up, cut down version of the original bike that makes it look "less"... more lightweight and skinny as compared to its original features...

A "Hammer-Bobber"... isnt that kind f an oxy-moron????

I always thought of the Hammer as 'the bobbed' or hot-rodded style of all the other bikes anyway....

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Funny. A bobber kit used to be a tool box, a junk pile, a pack of hack saw blades and a dumpster.

Oops. Is my age showing again?

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Funny. A bobber kit used to be a tool box, a junk pile, a pack of hack saw blades and a dumpster.

Oops. Is my age showing again?
Mine too! I was curious as to why one would need a kit to take pieces off and chop them down.

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Well to each there own I guess-the other day I had my rear fender off and the bike looked mean as hell. I've always liked the stripped down look and CC bikes look badass-plus it would shed some weight and let me bike get down the track faster too-its a win, win for me!!!!!

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my opinion, the hd rocker is one of the fugliest bikes ive seen

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my opinion, the hd rocker is one of the fugliest bikes ive seen

THe Rocker...


Hammer CC kit....


Im sorry... but which one is FUGLIER!!!!

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If you slip off the seat on that Hammer, you have a meat grinder...



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If you slip off the seat on that Hammer, you have a meat grinder...
Or a 300mm ass-wiper!!!!

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