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I just got my lowering links and and i was wanting some ideas...so i get them powdered coated i keep them chrome? Any ideas of what to do?

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Depends. What color is your bike? Post a pic


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Still adding and changing a few things(;
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Im also thinking about powered coating the pegs and getting new bar ends
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If you are going to do that, you may as well do the passenger pegs and subframe as well. The bike would look so much better with just black/green, not black/green/silver. Just my $.02

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Im trying to get rid of all the sliver on my bike... i would much rather have it like you said...i believe it would like sick as hell
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Green rim tape would make it pop as well

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Ya powder coat it all the way dude. And definitely some green rim tape and ul be golden


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or just find a pic of a bike with it already done


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I have some green rim tape to put on it i believe it be a great looking bike when i get done...get wait to get the toce exhaust on it
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If you are going to do that, you may as well do the passenger pegs and subframe as well. The bike would look so much better with just black/green, not black/green/silver. Just my $.02

Take the subframe off, rear sets and passenger pegs for sure. With everything else black I'd like to see the lowering link match the green. I think it would stick out but not too much and be obnoxious.
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I'd PC the subframe. I think that makes it a lot cleaner.

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Take the subframe off, rear sets and passenger pegs for sure. With everything else black I'd like to see the lowering link match the green. I think it would stick out but not too much and be obnoxious.
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