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I've got a 2010 HD Softail Fatboy and am thinking about putting a 14degree chopper rake kit on it. Can anybody tell me, in general, what stability issues I would have? In particular how would cornering go?
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- Jaw Flapper
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it'll be so stable that it wont want to corner at all!
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Yeah, that would be great on those long straight stretches of road up north or the Nullabor, but a PIA in the city.
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STD fatboy is long enough. Long choppers are for show only.Do you want a bike you can ride or a show pony?
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