Discussion in 'BUILDS' started by FatBoy, Oct 8, 2011.
Great job !She is going to be stoked :mrgreen:
No pressure there to get it done. :lol: :lol:
Looks great! I like the replacement piece of the clamp :shock: Great work :wink:
That is fantastic work!
You should get her to continue to document the build this way!
I like your work,looks Great!!!!! :mrgreen:
wow your so called "not the best weld I have done" looks like mine a really good day. I wish I had a better system. What do you use MIG, TIG, STICK?
Keep up the good work, I might have to steal some of your ideas.
You've got some crazy welding skills!
I think you daughter is going to have the coolest bike on the block
Good luck with the build
man i want a welder..
and thanks, now i have the sudden urge to sand a frame bare.. :?
Wow...i have been a welder for the better part of 30 years..and been tinkering with aluminum at work for the past 2...you have some major skills there dude !! I am impressed !! I have an old Huffy "Cactus Flower" bicycle with a very similar frame, that a buddies wife really wants..so..i may have to try some of your tricks..can't wait to see this done..as i am sure your daughter is even more excited..great job !!
Looking good so. Can't to see it when it's done. I plan on building a bike too for my daughter, an old Stingray.
Peatbog: That chainguard is killer! Your fabricating skill are amazing, wish I could weld like that! I'll be watching this one! 8)
Very inspirational! I´m about to start building a bike for my wife, and you have some neat ideas on this bike. Too bad I can´t weld aluminium, or as great as you do, it would be very helpful for getting the chainguard I want... I´ll probably go with fibreglass.
Keep building, your going great!
Great metal work dude!
**** fine work man, now you truly got me Jonsen fer more.
Well judging for what I´ve seen, you wont have any problems with it.
I've done a couple of tanks and fenders with FGlass just for one reason... I don't have your metal working mad skills!
Totally ignoring that last comment, let me tell you that I have been thinking about your build for a long time last night and I think I´ll try fabricating the chainguard with sheet metal. So feel proud, you have inspired this RRB crazy member 8)
Two fibreglassing masters in this forum, Galtbacken and Halflink.
The guys I learned a lot from, especially from this builds:
Love it! I really like how the fenders look. I think the front being 1/2" lower than the back looks great, it follows the bottom line of the frame well. Great work!
Man this thing is lookin awesome! its very cool that your building you daughter a bike, ive built my girlfriend a few bikes now makes it priceless in their eyes ive used that blue on a banana seater I built for my neice it glitters in the sun but to answer your question about accorn nuts I know there hard to find but both my electras came with them maybe they sell em? keep up the good work and keep the updates comin!!!
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