Exploded Bikes

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  1. cman

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  2. Gold Street Customs

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    Wow !!! looks just like my garage when I tare down bikes.... :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :roll:
     
  3. deven_science

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    Looks like a lot when you lay it out like that.
     
  4. Chips_Mahoy

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    Great wall art!
     
  5. cman

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    Not quite exploded but a nice collection.. I think this is Bendix's or B607's

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  6. jwm

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    My dear o'l Jag.

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  7. dangratsdan

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    The Alumasled blowen apart for refurb.
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  8. bmxerpete

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    Cool pics. Here's my Schwinn when I tore it down for it's first rebuild years ago.

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  9. rydr1

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    Those are some great pictures. I want to make a poster for my garage now. :mrgreen:
     
  10. Here's a few of the Hollywood I built for my fiance.
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  11. cman

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    Great pictures. Keep them coming.
     
  12. yoothgeye

    yoothgeye I build stuff. Moderator

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    Wow, love these as artwork. I technically have room on my wall once the shop is done for a full bike, but I'm thinking about blowing apart a 12" kid's bike and mounting it to a board. Thanks for sharing these.
     
  13. cman

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    Could you do a 20"?
     
  14. yoothgeye

    yoothgeye I build stuff. Moderator

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    Yeah, a 20" would take up more space, but depending on how you lay it out, it really wouldn't be too big, it's just that I don't have a cool 20", with a 12" nobody is looking for a brand name or fancy wheels.
     
  15. Philphine

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    hey that looks exactly like my work bench













    if you add 3-4 times as many bike parts, some car parts and home project bits, misplaced tools and spill the oil.

    yep. exactly like it.
     
  16. c.p.odom

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    Just a piece of the bike exploded from my CAD models:

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  17. One I found on Yahoo images.
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  18. cman

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    Deconstructed Evansaction springer fork .
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  20. kingfish254

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    I had forgotten about this thread. Thanks for reviving it.
     

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