Lloyd Bank’s 1993 Harley Dyna Wide Glide

So, one day not long ago I opened this email and there were these pictures, a brief description and these few words from Lloyd.
“I was wondering if you would want to use this pic of my custom Harley in your magazine? It’s my first Harley and I’m in love!!! I would love to share this classic with all your magazine viewers.”
Bank’s 1993 Harley Dyna Wide Glide has a custom built S&S 96” motor with a mild cam. To go with it the S&S adjustable push rods, Fuelie lifters, and inside there is a Fuelie oil pump pumping the slippery stuff around. The Bandit clutch hooks it up for fast get away’s. A chrome primary cover  keeps it all under wraps. Lloyd  picked the Vance and Hines exhaust for the right amount of sound combined with more than enough breathing to let the air out while the chrome air cleaner lets it in.
Finishing touches include a complete chrome front end and rear swing arm. Chrome torque arms anchor the transmission and keep it from being ripped out on hard launches. A chromed rear pulley fits neatly under the belt guard and compliments the rear wheel.  Up front a custom wheel is wrapped in a tire that will handle the curves too. Chrome calipers front and rear along with the brackets show the attention to detail and balance Lloyd put into this.
The controls are chromed too and ride on a nice mild swept back T Bar with a bent on the risers. Chromed forwards and a Harley Davidson seat ensure the bike is as comfortable as it is good looking. The paint is a red flake.
The bike has about 34k miles and the S&S motor has has about 8k miles.
I’d say for a first Harley this is very cool. In fact, it’s just cool.

So don’t be shy. Send in your rides along with the specs and credits to mechanics or painters…whoever was involved. Your bike could make it in here too!