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two into one pipes along with the previously mentioned rocker boxes and en- gine cases are all evidence of the impressive work being performed by Teter’s Hawg Shop over in Callao, Missouri. Check out the way-cool sprung seat Teter’s fabricated. It’s no wonder Dale chose Teter’s to handle the assembly and most of the fabrication work on the Sporty. To steal a baseball phrase, they hit it out of the park. Not to be left out, Bison’s V-Twin in Butler, Missouri created the sweet jockey shift and foot clutch set-up. The whole package works great to- gether. The little touches really make a difference, like the painted S&S cover on the Super E, or the perfectly integrated chrome heat shields on the Teter’s built pipes. The bodywork and the slick-as-glass black paint with the subtle


amount of metal flake was applied by Lewis Bodyshop of Macon, Missouri, and the flawless chrome plating was handled by Pre- cision Plating of Quincy Illinois. With a sprinkling of present day parts from manufacturers like Accutronix and Barnett, the scooter gains in the re-


liability department while not detracting from the look Dale was going for. Many people have built bikes trying to achieve a fraction of the look that Gitchy Gotchy effort- lessly displays.


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