Leaks Suck: Fixing A Leaky Shift Shaft Seal

Article & Photos By: Corey Barnum- Faith Forgotten Choppers Originally Published In The February 2019 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine   This month’s tech is focused on some basic service work. Today, we have a customer’s 2011 Road Glide in our shop. The customer was complaining of oil drops on the ground towards the left Read More >

Developing A Designers Eye: Fabricating A Stainless Steel Sissy Bar

Article By: Will Ramsey Photos By: Craig Harriman (Corey Took One) Faith Forgotten Choppers – www.faitforgotten.com Originally Published In The March 2019 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine   It has been a while since I did an “off the cuff” fabrication tech. This month I happen to be fabricating a very simple traditional sissy bar Read More >

Rock Out Of The Rockers

Shimming A Faith Forgotten Choppers Springer Article And Photos By: Will Ramsey – faithforgottenchoppers.com Originally Published In The May 2019 Issue of Cycle Source Magazine Springers often get a bad rap due to handling issues. Sometimes this is due to poor geometry in the design that creates excessive trail (either negative or positive), and sometimes Read More >

Adjusting The Valve Train On a 1813 Perry Mack

Billy Lane Brings The Past To The Present Article and Photos By: Will Ramsey Originally Published In The November 2016 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine Writing for Cycle Source Magazine over the years has certainly had its perks. As tech editor I have a unique opportunity to help publicize pertinent and accurate tips and techniques Read More >

Installing Speed Dealer Customs Lowering Kit

Article & Photos By: Will Ramsey www.faithforgottenchoppers.com Originally Published In The July 2016 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine Lowering a stock motorcycle is one of the quickest ways to improve the overall look of the bike. Often times a lowered bike will feel more responsive on the road, but there is always a consequence anytime Read More >