Saturday, March 30, 2013

Knife in my pocket shirts are in!!

Ok all you FXR lovers we got your back!
2 sided shirts . Front with the slogan . Back has our logo. $20 shipped in the 48 and of course you get stickers with your order. I have L and XL. I had a small run of these done to test the waters. I have a feeling they are gonna go quick.

Hit me up at

Thursday, March 28, 2013

Amish reprints are in!!

So the revised shirts are in $18 shipped anywhere in the 48.
I've got "knife in my pocket shirts " on the way. Look for em soon!!!

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Got an axe to grind!

Got a new Fender today. FSR. pearl chrome sparkle. Mim.

I love guitars as much motorsickles.

Friday, March 22, 2013

New Amish t shirts are here.

Well kinda. I got some in yesterday and there is a typo on em. Waiting to see what the printers are gonna do about it.

But anyway this design will be available shortly.
And the "knife in my pocket" shirts are on the way!!!! I think those will be a big hit.

Thursday, March 21, 2013

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

No Brow Headlight Brackets...FAQ

I thought I would make a post answering some of the questions regarding our No Brow headlight brackets.
And give a brief history as to how they were developed.

This all started when I wanted to get rid of the eyebrow mount on my 2006 xl883.
I also wanted to run a smaller headlight.
Now as you may or may not know the adjustment for headlight beam heighth is in the eyebrow itself.
There is an orb if you will with an elongated slot cut in it , The stock headlight itself has a solid bolt mount with no swivel. The beam level is set by swiveling the headlight bolt in the slot in the eyebrow.
This does cause a problem with our bracket if you intend to run a stock headlight.
Since there is no adjustment in the light , you must bend our bracket to set the beam level.
The best way to do this is to sandwich the "tongue" part( the tab where the light mounts) with cardboard and put it in a bench vice. Then sandwich the "top shelf" part of the bracket ( where it mounts to the trees) wit ha small piece of cardboard. Now get a Crescent wrench and tighten it down around cardboard.
This will provide a lever to give you leverage to bend the heavy bracket.
There are many varations on front ends of narrow glide HDs that a prebent bracket would never work on all bikes without modification. Is it a 21" or 19" wheel, Has the front end been lowered. Is it a Nightster (that has the front end lowered from the Factory) . Or perhaps it is a Dyna or Superglide which has a different stance. Or perhaps you have installed longer fork tubes. All of these things prevent a universal "stock" fitment.

I make these brackets out of 1/4" steel. The reason I use 1/4" as opposed to a lighter weight material is due to vibrations inherant to HD motorcycles.
I made several prototypes of the headlight brackets before I found one that would withstand the vibrations.
With the thinner brackets I early made , I would experience short bulb life. As the filaments couldnt hold up to the vibes. You wont have that problem with the No Brow brackets. These are solid as a rock.

The No Brow was developed to allow the use of an aftermarket light . And this does work best.
As most lights have a swivel base to allow beam level adjustment. The only concern for aftermarket lights in regards to the No Brow are with large billet bullet style headlights as they will have clearance issues in the rear. But old Aris style rectangular lights or the triangle shaped lights work great on a No Brow.
As do Unity or Yankee lights. That is the beauty of a No Brow is the ability to mount a vintage light on your HD. You cant do this using the stock eyebrow.

We initially offered the No Brow in a "Top Mount" version , which utilizes the eyebrow bolt bosses on your top triple tree. Although this allowed for an easier install, it excluded guys with wide glide front ends and it places the headlight in a position similar to a springer front end.
We addressed this by developing the "Riser Mount" version. This version has a 3.5" spaceing on the mounting holes to allow it to be mounted underneath your top tree with riser bolts ( you may need to get longer riser bolts). This allows for use on a wider range of bikes and also makes the headlight set a bit tighter into the space between the trees. It moves the mounting point back about 1.5" .
We offer both versions in our store.

We have made special order brackets with different decorative cutouts in the upright of the bracket.
We have done Lightning Bolts, Crosses  and some have been blank . We have done one called a "thong" which is narrower and very inconspcious. Special orders are always welcome, just email for pricing.
And expect a little longer wait time on special orders.

We generaly have Top Mount and Riser Mount in stock and usually ship them out within 3 days of purchase. And You will usually recieve it within 5 days. Orders placed on Friday usually have the longest wait. As the orders are usually not processed till Monday.

Thanks to everyone for your support. We are just into our 2nd year of making a go of this. And it has came along way due to you guys. The guys who arent complacent with the factory offerings. The guys who want something different!

We are continueing to expand our business. As you may know we are an authorized Zombie Performance handlebar dealer! Check out Steffans stuff!
We also just added Tail End Customs Power Piston tail light assemblies to our line . Josh has an amazing product and we are proud to offer it!! We also have been working on a line of parts from a good friend of ours locally . He makes good quality stuff! The first offering is the solid riser bushings. Look for some more cool parts from this guy in the near future.

Thanks again everyone ! And keep it greasy!

Saturday, March 16, 2013

Cruising for a Cure.

Ran thru the local car show to benefit American Cancer Society.

Loud N Greasy won our first award at this show last year. Didn't have a bike ready for this years show.

The bike turnout was minimal and all billet barges. So enjoy some of the car pics.

Friday, March 15, 2013

The shovel fired up today!

First time it started in over two months.
We installed the oil tank , got the ignition wired up. Installed the BCM air cleaner.

Oh and after the kick stand failed and it did a belly flop , I had to weld up the kick stand. Temporarily of course. Looks like a new kick stand is in order.

Anyway the black powder coating on the oil tank is looking good.

Thursday, March 14, 2013

Solid handlebar bushings.

These little babies are gonna be coming soon to the webstore . Stiffen up those Zombie apes with some of these.

Gonna be adding lots of new products in the coming weeks . More bars from Zombie Performance. Some Power Piston tail lights from Tail End Customs. Some new t shirt designs. And some products from an upstart company.

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

BCM air cleaner!!

I'm so stoked on this part. Got it for the shovelhead!! I'm fabing up another carb bracket today. Get this thing on there this weekend!!!

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Hot Shoe burning down the avenue!!!

Although my boots would make David Lee Roth proud......ya know wit hsome of the ass taken out of em. Kinda sucks for my boots hahahaha...

So my pipes arent gonna work to well with the mids I put on ......evidently.....

Thinking I need some 2 into 1s on it anyway . Some that collect in front of the cone. And leave room for a starter button!!!

Sunday, March 10, 2013

Shovelhead update.

Lance worked a bit on my oil tank and electrics. He got my tank powder coated black and wired in the battery and breaker and junction box. Small steps. We hope to fire this beast up this week.

Saturday, March 9, 2013

Popping tags with $20 in my pocket

Found these whitey tightys ,barely used. Who doesn't love thrift store shopping?

Friday, March 8, 2013

Texas Grub Worm!

This thing is huge! These are usually half this size. It is a June Bug Larvae.  This gonna be one big June bug!!

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Working on some special orders !!!

Got a special no brow that I'm making for Steffan. And a brake bracket I'm making for everyone's favorite grumpy old man......that's right its for ARBY!!

Sunday, March 3, 2013

Lance got the pipes on!

While I was at my step daughters birthday party. Lance did some cut and welding on my pipes to make em work. The front pipe had to be spilced to another pipe I had to get it to work. Thanks man!!!

gonna be really slick .....

Saturday, March 2, 2013

New Customer Pic!

Gonzoguilt! Thanks man!!!

One of the quickest and easiest ways to give your bike a make over is right on the front . Throw on an after market light ( or 2). Using one of our brackets of course. And put on some custom bars like Zombie Performance bars. Remove the front fender and BOOM! Instant custom!    

Shoot us an email or browse or web store to get started.

You know you want'll make you feel good......