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Aluminium Army rat

Discussion in 'BUILDS' started by Hoeha, Aug 10, 2011.

  1. Hoeha

    Hoeha

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    Okay, so the title makes me kind of obligated to paint this thing green...
    But, i haven't gotten that far yet, so here's some pics of how it is now.
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  2. Craiggo

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    make that paint job really good! grind off the clips underneath the bottom bar too. I have one of those boxes and i was hoping to do something with them but im not sure what.
     
  3. Hoeha

    Hoeha

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    I kept the clips on the downtube, because i was not sure if i'd use a 3speed rearwheel...
    I didn't (yet)
    But here's the (crappy) paintjob
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  4. daz1973

    daz1973

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    liking this, esp the the ammo box panniers.
     
  5. ScurryMurray

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    Looking good! Dont forget to black out the seat post
     
  6. Hoeha

    Hoeha

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    Yes, that's a good point. I thought i would do that. But the thing is, this thing is for sale, and i do not know how tall the buyer will be. If he's taller, the seatpost will already be all scratched and stuff... So maybe later...
     

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