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Re: My 2002 FLHRSEI Brandywine SERK
« Reply #60 on: October 13, 2020, 01:54:01 PM »

The saddlebag guards....  Correct.  SEEG did not have them so any seat whose original mold was built for a bike without them won't have the notch.  Don't let that deter you.  It's not a big.

Drill out a few rivets that would surround the area where the notch needs to be.  Roll the leather back far enough to clear those areas and with a sanding wheel on a Dremel notch out the fiberglass.  Then roll the leather back down and put some new pop rivets back in.  First time I did one it took me two hours.  By the fourth time was in and out in 30 minutes.
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« Reply #61 on: October 13, 2020, 04:07:17 PM »

The saddlebag guards....  Correct.  SEEG did not have them so any seat whose original mold was built for a bike without them won't have the notch.  Don't let that deter you.  It's not a big.

Drill out a few rivets that would surround the area where the notch needs to be.  Roll the leather back far enough to clear those areas and with a sanding wheel on a Dremel notch out the fiberglass.  Then roll the leather back down and put some new pop rivets back in.  First time I did one it took me two hours.  By the fourth time was in and out in 30 minutes.

Thanks. That will be on my to do list for tomorrow. Also need to find some flat iron to fabricate the bracket.
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Re: My 2002 FLHRSEI Brandywine SERK
« Reply #62 on: October 14, 2020, 02:01:34 PM »

Fabricated a seat bracket, and modified the seat pan. Now everything looks much better. I'm very pleased with the recent changes, both the dash and the new seat:
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Re: My 2002 FLHRSEI Brandywine SERK
« Reply #63 on: October 14, 2020, 11:00:53 PM »

Oh yeah, that looks great.  That was an improvement worth chasing :drink: .

If the now somewhat vacant backend begins to get to you there's always a razor or other size tour pak you could hang back there.  Of if you just want a splash of chrome in a smaller visual bite than a tour pak there are some detachable luggage racks that don't look too bad.  They exist to mount in either solo saddle or a dual saddle location.  Or you could leave that gorgeous ass end just the way it is!
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Re: My 2002 FLHRSEI Brandywine SERK
« Reply #64 on: February 03, 2021, 08:39:34 AM »

It's winter time here in Norway, and the SERK is resting under its cover. -16 C and quite a bit of snow outside. Only two wheel activity is on my e-bike with studded tires. And when back inside I try to source some original parts for the SERK.
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« Reply #65 on: February 03, 2021, 08:57:14 AM »

Some of the parts chasing done this winter:

I got hold of two original Centerline wheels, although I suspect the rear to be off a 2005 CVO Fat Boy. The front though is confirmed to be off a 2002 SERK. Don't know if I will use them, but I just had to have them. Both will need new tires as they are really old, but with the front wheel having the wide whitewalls, I can check to see if I like that look before I order any.

Also got a stock rear turn signal bar. My bike has the custom turn signal bar with the low down license plate relocation kit, and I really like that look. But the stock bar turned up and I grabbed it.Will probably never go on the bike as long as I have it.

And finally, I got two rear saddlebag filler panels. They are from a purple SERK, but I will try and find a good painter locally.
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Re: My 2002 FLHRSEI Brandywine SERK
« Reply #66 on: February 03, 2021, 09:01:02 AM »

The purple stuff:
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Re: My 2002 FLHRSEI Brandywine SERK
« Reply #67 on: February 03, 2021, 09:08:03 AM »

If doing a repaint the House of Kolor brand Candy Brandywine is a really close match.  Close enough that a good painter can make it work.
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Re: My 2002 FLHRSEI Brandywine SERK
« Reply #68 on: February 03, 2021, 01:26:38 PM »

If doing a repaint the House of Kolor brand Candy Brandywine is a really close match.  Close enough that a good painter can make it work.

Thanks. I will try and find someone locally who knows the House of Kolor line.
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