Krustomized Kruizer

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  1. MONARKofSoCal

    MONARKofSoCal

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    Build Thread
    http://www.ratrodbikes.com/forum/index.php?threads/krustomized-kruizer.98230/page-2


    Frame - 50's Huffy Middleweight
    Springer - Early beehive but with a car antenna spring
    Rear rack/fenders - AMFlite Cobra
    Seat - standard cruiser recovered using a throw pillow
    tires - 24 x 2.125 whitewalls
    wheels - black aluminum cruiser with 20" Paella Pan lids attached
    sprocket - Hawthorne
    chainguard - Aristocrat
    special - bronze goose ornament on top of goose neck
     
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  2. KJV

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    Dig it .:thumbsup::thumbsup::41:
     
  3. brett4christ

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    a.k.a. - "The Paella Pedal-er"

    Great job on a cool ride. Very ingenious use of alternate wheel covers! I'll be stealing that one!
     
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  4. Falstaff

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    Really like this one, great use of paella pans. The whole thing just looks good.
     
  5. The Renaissance Man

    The Renaissance Man __CERTIFIED DIVER__ (Open Water & Open Dumpster) Pro Member

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    That sealed it for me, I'm buying stock in the Paella company. Their sales are about to go through the roof!:cool2::cool2::cool2:
     
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  6. SwissGuy

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    I already checked, the "covers" are also available here in Europe
    So I'll put that on my wishlist..
     
  7. Chad T

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    Super cool build. This one has a great vibe to it.
     
  8. Missing Link

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    Really cool build, definitely a trend setter. Next year I predict at least 4 builds with paella wheel covers. Way to think outside the box.
     
  9. Jake Sensi

    Jake Sensi

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    I DIG THE WAY YOU PULLED IT ALL TOGETHER. GREAT RAT BROTHER.

    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N900A using Tapatalk
     
  10. G-Matt

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    Wow is a cool bike seen a few moon disc bikes this year but your a stand out with the paella lids . That fork is freaken trick also . Nice job....,
     
  11. macncheese

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    Great job. Those wheels cover came out so sweet. Prepare to imitated flattered.
     
  12. Bike Bum

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    I wanna ride this bike so bad!! :rockout: I have a feeling we're going to see more bikes with those wheel covers. Including me. They're exactly what I need for my Agent Orange build. You got my vote!! Congrats on such a cool bike.
     
  13. kingfish254

    kingfish254 CHECK OUT MY SALE THREAD FOR COOL STUFF! Pro Member

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    The paella covers really make this bike, but really the whole bike flows together well with a ton of ratty coolness!!!
    What a masterful blending of parts!
    Love this rat!!!!
    BRAVO!!

    Thanks for discovering those discs! I hope to order some soon.
     
  14. Georgeediii

    Georgeediii

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    If somebody doesn't love this bike, they are on the wrong site. This thing is great. So many cool parts coming together on one bike. I want it!
     
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