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The day I got my xvs650 classic 941763_10151529832501242_17863291_n.jpg

Pillion seat for the wife

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For my solo rides, I love the rear fender line.

I've added metzeller whitewall tyres, toolbag on front forks, took the screen off. I'm gonna drill the mufflers, relocate the number plate, fit new rear lights and add new handlebars maybe beach bars or something similar. All cosmetic at the mo until I can figure out other bits to do!

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Pretty pretty pretty!!!

Make sure you put a bit of of cover, like the clear plastic anti-scratch tank guard, over the front mudguard otherwise that tool roll will spoil your paintwork every time you brake.

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"Should I get a set of white-wall tyres? Are you gonna cruise the miracle mile?"

Lovely looking bike, that. Can imagine sitting on a wall at the seaside with a tray of chips, watching it glinting in the sun.

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Contemplating buying something similar with a huge v twin engine.

This is only general Cruisers, but may be of interest:

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