As of August 14th No Shame Custom Work Inc. is a fully registered and incorporated buisness. I will be specializing in custom motorcycles, and anyother custom fabrication including machining, welding, etc.
My website will be located at www.noshamecustoms.com and is being set-up as we speak.
I am in the works for being a Canadian dealer for the following
Lowbrow Customs www.lowbrowcustoms.com
Biltwell Inc. www.biltwellinc.com
Cycleone Manufacturing LLC www.cycleonemanufacturing.com
Special '79 Fabrication www.specialseventynine.blogspot.com
Troy Fabrications www.troyfabrication.com
And more to come
My first customer build with the company is a ground up custom with a 96" Accurate Engineering Panhead.
Watch for updates here for now until my website is up and running.
Thanks for looking and you can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, August 6, 2009
Tryin out a set of rad Wabbit Ears my homie Hach sent me for a future build. I couldn't resist to try them out on the Sporty. I dig the flow of them and they're comfy to boot. Notice the fancy new Front St. fender. It'll go under the knife soo to trim it to aboot the 1 o'clock position and strutted to the sissybah (that one's for you Roche!) Almost there, last is to
-drill holes to run wires
-Strut the rear fender top and bottom
-Put the thrust plate on the kicker shaft
-paint the sheetmetal
-go over and Loctite EVERYTHING!
-weld on exhaust brackets
-mount the front fender
-mount turn signals
-Make carb support bracket to come off the top motormount
-finalize the headlight and tail light brackets
-plumb, wire and FIRE
A couple hours of fab work and wiring and it will breath it's first breath of life SOON!