This bike you see here is Lynn Burleson's second build, but he was quick to tell us he couldn't have done it without the help of all his bros at PT Customs, in Penrose, Colorado, who put their hearts and souls into his made over '96 Dyna Low Rider. "It was a lot of hard work, by that I mean there were many different measurements compared to a Softail," Lynn said. The bike was completely torn down and then the frame was stretched 2 inches and the neck was pushed out from its stock 32 degrees to 37 degrees. A Midwest Fat Bastard frontend with 36-inch fork legs was mounted up front while out back the stock shocks were ditched for a set of 11-inch Progressive Suspension springs To help squeeze the 200mm rear tire between the stock swingarm, a small Katana 500 brake caliper was used. To help squeeze the 200mm rear tire between the stock swingarm, a small Katana 500 brake c On the left side a 25 tooth front pulley and 68-tooth Sporster rear pulley were used. With a little machining and elbow grease, Lynn and his friends were able to stuff a 200mm rear tire between the stock swingarm. As for the sheetmetal, a West Coast Choppers rear fender was trimmed up with an accent point and a Midwest front fender was cut to match. As for the gas tank, well, that's a sentimental part of the build. The tank belonged to a good friend, Gary Aho, who was killed in an accident in 2008. Lynn and his buds thought the tank fit with the bike perfectly and would be a great tribute to an old friend. With the help of all his friends like Bessemer Customs, Smitty, Ive, Eric, Clay, and Ryan's excellent work with the paint gun, Lynn's once "stock" Low Rider was turned into a raked Colorado canyon carver in about four months. SPECIFICATIONS BIKE OWNER Lynn Burleson SHOP NAME PT Customs SHOP PHONE (719) 214-0238 YEAR/MAKE/MODEL '96/Dyna/Lowrider FABRICATION PT Customs ASSEMBLY PT Customs BUILD TIME Four Months Bessemer Customs machined out all the rivets in the front Fat Boy wheel, and then gave it a thick coat of black powdercoat. Bessemer Customs machined out all the rivets in the front Fat Boy wheel, and then gave it ENGINE YEAR/MANUFACTURER '96/H-D TYPE/SIZE Evo/80ci BUILDER Pep Trujillio CASES H-D CYLINDERS H-D HEADS H-D ROCKER BOXES H-D CARBURETOR H-D AIR CLEANER K&N EXHAUST PT Customs TRANSMISSION YEAR/MANUFACTURER/TYPE '96/H-D/Five-Speed CASE H-D CLUTCH H-D PRIMARY DRIVE H-D FRAME YEAR/MANUFACTURER '96/PT Customs RAKE +5 degrees STRETCH 2 inches SUSPENSION MANUFACTURER FRONT Midwest LENGTHS 36 inches TRIPLE TREES Midwest MANUFACTURER REAR Progressive Suspension SWINGARM H-D WHEELS, TIRES, AND BRAKES MANUFACTURER FRONT H-D/Bessemer Customs SIZE-HEIGHT/WIDTH 16x3.5 TIRE/SIZE Avon/130/90/16 CALIPER H-D ROTOR Midwest MANUFACTURER REAR H-D SIZE-HEIGHT/WIDTH 16x TIRE/SIZE 200/55/16 CALIPER Katana ROTOR Midwest FINISH/PAINT COLOR Cream Sickle PAINTER Ryan Armijo ACCESSORIES FRONT FENDER Midwest/PT Customs REAR FENDER WCC/Pt Customs FENDER STRUTS Smitty GAS TANK&CAP H-D/Stretched OIL TANK H-D HANDLEBARS Midwest/Drag Bars RISERS Midwest/8 inches HAND CONTROLS Midwest FOOT CONTROLS H-D FOOTPEGS Midwest HEADLIGHT Midwest TAILLIGHT Midwest LICENSE MOUNT PT Customs SEAT PT Customs By Curt Lout, Hot Bike Staff Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!