Specifications Bike OwnerTony Allison Shop NameAPI HotRods Shop Phone(937) 974-8104 Shop websiteN/A Year/Make/Model’75/H-D/Superglide-Custom FabricationTonyAllison-API HotRods Assembly TonyAllison/Mike Stalker Build TimeEight months Engine Year Manufacturer’75/H-D Type/size74ci/Shovelhead BuilderMike Stalker CasesH-D CylindersH-D HeadsH-D Rocker BoxesH-D/API HotRods EFI/CarbS&S Super E Air CleanerK&N ExhaustAPI HotRods-Custom Transmission Manufacturer/TypeAndrews/Five-Speed CaseSputhe Four Speed ClutchBarnett’s Primary DriveH-D Frame Year/Manufacturer’75 H-D Rake5 degrees over stock StretchNone Suspension Manufacturer FrontWide Glide 41mm tubes LengthStock Triple TreesPrecision Performance Manufacturer RearAir Ride Technologies SwingarmH-D-Stretched Wheels, Tires, and Brakes Manufacturer Front/TypePM Wrath Wheels Size-Height/Width21x3 Tire/SizeDunlop/90/90/21 CaliperRC Components RotorPM Manufacturer RearPM Size-Height/Width5x18 Tire/SizeAvon/180x18 CaliperRC Components RotorPM Finish/Paint ColorBlack PainterTony Allison GraphicsScott Sullivan Accessories Front FenderH-D, Custom Rear FenderH-D, Custom Fender StrutsAPI HotRods Gas Tank & CapAPI Hot Rods Oil TankH-D HandlebarsCustom Hand ControlsPM Foot ControlsH-D FootpegsH-D Running Boards HeadlightHeadwinds Taillight’48 Plymouth License MountAPI HotRods Seat APIHot Rods email@example.com To get the flow of the front and rear fenders to match up, the rear section of a Heritage fender was welded onto the backside of Heritage front fender. To get the flow of the front and rear fenders to match up, the rear section of a Heritage Tony incorporated some of his old hot rod parts into his hot rod bike project by mounting a taillight from a ’48 Plymouth into the rear fender. Tony incorporated some of his old hot rod parts into his hot rod bike project by mounting « | 1 | 2 | View Full Article By Greg Friend Of Gearhead Inc. Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!