Once the freshly machined parts were back from a swim in the chrome tank, he wanted a little eye candy, so Alfonse started wrenching. He reassembled and shortened the front forks by 1.5 inches using one of Progressive Suspension's lowering kits, then slid them into a Harley-Davidson factory-chromed triple tree. A shorter-than-stock pair of Skullman shocks were fitted to the tweaked swingarm, lowering it an equal amount.After a pair of Metzeler 880 Marathons, a 240 rear and 3.00 front, were spooned onto the rims, the bike was ready to roll, though not yet ready to stop. With one front binder deleted, Alfonse figured the remaining stoppers would need all the help they could get. Accordingly, a black-anodized six-piston PM caliper was hung on the left fork, while a matching four-piston unit was installed out back. Both calipers squeeze Wrath rotors, and reportedly provide plenty of whoa power, at least at rational speeds.