Dragster inspired Dyno

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  1. hewey

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    So my fiance and I had been talking about taking our bikes with us when we visited relos at Easter. Two nights before we were due to go away, I realised I didnt have a cruiser that was rideable to take :shock: This orange bike was missing its rolling stock, seat and seat post, and handlebars and stem. So I raided the parts bin and another bike for all of the above, gave her a dragster inspired look, and rolled her out for a midnight shakedown run around the block 8) :lol:

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    The basic spec sheet is:
    Frame - Kustom Kruiser (early one so identical to a Dyno)
    Forks and crank - Stock
    Bars and stem - Dyno
    Rims - Dyno Taboo Tiki
    Tires - Electra Blossom Trails

    All up over the weekend I did about 30 miles or so on her. Rides super nice and turns lots of heads :mrgreen:

    Early morning ride
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  2. danreid27

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    I like it! Any Barramundi in that creek?
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    Another great Dyno.... It almost seems hard to do a dyno that doesn't come out great! Love the orange theme.
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    dig-it
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    Hope that aint 'roo doo stuck on there.......... :wink:
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    Thanks guys. No Barra in that river, but Murray Cod, which get pretty big. Not sure if they're good eating though :wink: And no, no kangaroo poo, though I did see some roos over the weekend :mrgreen:

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