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I’m trying to find a place to get a 21 inch front wheel for 2009 Boulevard C50t. I’ve done everything I want to do to the bike besides new front fender and 21 inch front. Blacksmith motoring has a kit for 3 grand which Is insanity considering I didn’t even spend that on the bike stock. I’ll post some before and after if the bike. I’ve owned it for 3 mo the and it is already kick a$$!

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Because I do not have a significant amount of posts I can’t private message. I see you are not too far from me. I’m in Lebanon PA which is about an hour and s half from you
 

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Because I do not have a significant amount of posts I can’t private message. I see you are not too far from me. I’m in Lebanon PA which is about an hour and s half from you
Maybe a meet and greet ride in the future?
I usually host a Mountainhouse (McConnellsburg, Pa) ride once in a great while!!! Keep you posted!
 

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I was literally about to post a new thread asking if people meet up, ride, and hang out in the central PA area. Want some people to ride with. Gets lonely out here man lol
 

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The aftermarket parts selection for the C50 is sparse. What you see is what you get. Just keep in mind, everything you spend now does not raise the value of the bike one cent, when it comes time to sell. We've had members in the past dump$10 grand in custom work, only to be offended by stock bike pricing when they try to sell.
 

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The 21-inch wheel set-up is on sale! By the time you buy the rim, tire and machine fab the needed parts to get the wheel on and functioning, it will cost some semi-serious cash. One way or another, motorcycles cost to personalize them. If you have your own machine shop, you are ahead of the game.
 
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