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Design house Rough Crafts and Winston Yeh are well known for building custom Harley Davidson’s that appeal to the masses. Nicknamed “Dyna Guerilla”, this is one of their latest creations, a 2009 Harley Davidson Fat Bob.

Wheels measure 16 inches both up front and on the rear, wrapped around a pair of 5.055 Coker/Beck Cycle Blackwalls. Stopping force is controlled by Arlen Ness billet caliper housings with Lydnall Brake rotors.

Suspension is handled by Progressive, one of America’s largest aftermarket suspension manufacturers. A set of shocks have been fitted in the rear and a lowering kit at the front, with the forks being coated in titanium black.

Also visible exterior wise is a headlight grill, Rough Crafts’ fighter handlebars with risers and grips as well as Rough Craft foot controls, exhaust, air filter, fuel tank and cap and a rocker arm cover.

The bikes tough stance is complemented by the murdered out black look, with contrast polished engine fins. As Taiwan is notorious for strict laws regarding bike modifications, the engine has been left essentially stock, powered by a torquey 1584cc v-twin engine.

Rough Crafts is a design house that specialises in creating custom motorcycle art. For more information, visit their website.

– This post originally appeared on Bike EXIF.