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Build: Roy’s Toys Customs’ Steel Tattoos Custom Harley

Steel Tattoos 2005 World Championship competitor

Steel Tattoos 2005 World Championship competitor

Roy’s Toys Customs’ Steel Tattoos Custom Harley is a super clean low-down custom sled that features creative engraving by Jerry Potts, Billet 4U 4″ Belt Drive and drive side rear brake.
Steel Tattoos from Creative Engraving by Jerry Potts Billet 4U 4" Belt Drive and drive side rear brake Rear air ride suspension Hi-Tech rear LED tail light Custom seat by Roys Toys

Rear air ride suspension keeps the bike slammed and the Hi-Tech rear LED tail light helps to keep the cages at a distance. Custom seat by Roy’s Toys Customs.

2005 World Championship competition
Steel Tattoos 2005 World Championship competitor

Steel Tattoos 2005 World Championship Competitor

About the Harley-Davidson Fat Boy – Ever since it was first introduced, the Harley-Davidson Fat Boy was all about being long, low and characterized by smooth flowing lines and the 2009 model year is all about the original design. The beefy fork and large headlight dominate the front end while this is also where the 17-inch Silver Bullet Hole Disc Cast Aluminum wheel looks the best of it and there is a single brake disc for that reason.

Builder Roy Martin
Owner Roy Martin
Location Littleton, CO
Country flag us USA
Website roystoyscustoms.com/
Bike Name Steel Tattoos
Year/Model 1995 Custom Fatboy
Engine Make/Size Harley-Davidson 80ci
Drivetrain Harley-Davidson 5-speed case, 6-speed internal
Rake 41°
Swingarm Stock, modified
Wheels Front 18 3.5 PM
Wheels Rear 18 5.5 PM
Brakes Front PM 6 piston
Brakes Rear PM 4 piston
Painter True Colors – Steve Sheets
Chroming/Plating Alert Plating

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More Background on the Harley-Davidson Fat Boy

The first Harley-Davidson Fat Boy was introduced in 1990 and it was an immediate hit in the heavyweight category mostly due to the unique design.

It’s been said that the first silver painted motorcycle was actually inspired by the B-29 bomber which carried the atom bombs above Hiroshima and Nagasaki at the end of the World War II and the Fat Man and Little Boy names of the bombs have everything to do with the bike’s name, but nothing is official in this concern.

Harley’s motor of the time for the intorductory model was the air-cooled 1,337 cc (81.58 cubic inches) V-twin, OHV with two valves per cylinder developing 49 hp at 5,000 rpm.

The unit was also powering the new born model that came with a five-speed gearbox, belt final drive and a pair of 16 inches wheels that looked totally out of the ordinary. It was precisely what the motorcycle market needed and, still, no bike remained in stock condition for long.

Determination: The Fat Boy is a great platform as a basis to modify a bike.

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