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Lowbrow Customs Motorcycle Swap & Meet May 12th, 2018

The first Lowbrow Swap & Meet of 2018 is coming up on Saturday, May 12th, 2018. We are only having two swap meets this year, May and October. As always, our swap meet is 100% free to attend as well as vend. It is also family-friendly and open to all ages. Clear out your garage or attic and bring your old or take-off motorcycle parts and related gear to sell or swap. There is no vendor spot fee (it's free!), though you must register here to secure your space. Or just head over on your bike and hang out and hang out with like-minded motorcycle enthusiasts!

Date: Saturday, May 12th, 2018

Time: 9 am to 2 pm

Location: 2873 Interstate Pkwy, Brunswick, Ohio 44212, USA

Cost: FREE

Lowbrow Customs will also have all of our 'scratch and dent' and open-box items for sale, so come on out and score killer deals, first-come, first-serve and everything must go. In addition we will have the Lowbrow showroom open, and orders can be placed and picked up on the spot!

Vendors: The swap starts at 9am sharp. We (Lowbrow staff) show up at 7am. We suggest showing up early and setting up before the lot fills up and people start showing up. If you aim to vend from the back of your truck or trailer come early as spots suitable for this are limited. We do our best to accommodate everyone, but if you show up late you have to take whatever is available! Register for your vendor spot here.

2 thoughts on “Lowbrow Customs Motorcycle Swap & Meet May 12th, 2018”

  • Tom Meisenheimer April 14, 2018 at 7:24 am

    I have a two wire stator in my 1956 Triumph Thunderbird. I am using an Anti-Gravity battery (4 cell). When I am idling with only tail light on I can see that the battery is getting charged (shows 11.2, 11.4, 11.6, etc increasing at a reasonable rate) When I turn the head light on the discharge rate is at least twice as fast. I suspect that the stator I have in the bike isn't producing enough power when the demand of the headlight is added to the load. There are no other electrical elements in the system. You offer a stator that has more power in output. 1. would the higher output provide enough the keep the system at charge? 2. Will it fit easily in place of the stator I currently have in place?

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  • Last weekend I told my 5 year old son we were going to this. He can't stop talking about it!

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