Leo LowCriser

Discussion in 'GALLERY' started by MODS II, Apr 7, 2007.

  1. MODS II

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    Hi Everybody, Here is the bike as I bought :
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    And this is it as I roll on untill I dismantel to start a RRBB operation :
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    Today, I started to strip the frame :
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  2. Markm

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    lookin good...get ya a wire wheel...it'll go must faster!
  3. CCR

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    or a BBQ grill brush !!!
  4. Easy Skywalker

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    Tough job! But it's got to get ugly before it gets nice!
    Wouldn't you rather take of the cranks? I'd think they're in the way...
    But if they don't bother you, I said nothing :D
  5. MODS II

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    I will take the cranks off. I started to strip it just for trying. I don't have all that i need to strip it good. Tomorow i'll have it all so i will finish the strip and sand the all frame (without the cranks) ;)
    Thx for the tips
  6. MODS II

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    Last Week I went at daddy and grand'ma holiday's home to have some time to Diy.
    A friend of mine have his home in the same village. He gave me some help to weld some parts on my bike.
    I started to (practically) finish the sanding.
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    And after I went to Punker rider's place to start the frame's modifications.
    We prepared it
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    And then, we welded it
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    To finish, we file the all.
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    Next level will be the bondo making. Here is the very first step
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  7. Easy Skywalker

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    Cool! Looking forward to see more!
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    I second that motion! Great work.
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    awesome work...
    it's looking great,

    keep us posted,

    Kev.
  10. MODS II

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    Here's the second step of the bondo made :
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    Now, 've just have to sand it and sand it again.
  11. iRide Custom Bicycles

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    Looking good. what kind of paint scheme will you have?
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    I will prepare it with a primary paint and after, I will paint my bike in a lemon green.
    I will also make two cushions in a leopard tissue to wear the two side of the tank place.
  13. MODS II

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    Here is the step by step pictures of my LeoLow


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    Now, it is praticly finished :
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    Sorry Mr admin, can you replace this topic in the right gallery
    BIKE GALLERY I think.
    Thx
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    I like the color. Great job!
  16. Rat Rod

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    The chainguard and chain ring are awesome.

    Nice work!
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    sweeeeet, definitaly worth the work, fast eddie outty
  18. Doomonhue

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    I love that GREEN!
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    Wow! Very nice job. The paint is so much like candy that I want to take a bite. I love the Leo theme. It comes together perfectly. Fantastique mon ami :mrgreen:
  20. ricksterr1221

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    Hey!!! I love that, How bout lepord in the tank insert thing

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