Nuttin Fancy

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  1. Jake Sensi

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    TASTE LIKE CHICKEN!! MMMM!! IN THE SERVICE WE HAD FRIED RABBIT AND HAM STEAKS ON MENU THE SAME NIGHT. WE CALLED IT BUGS AND PORKY NIGHT.OH YEAH I DID 8 YEARS IN THE NAVY. CALL ME " SEA RAT "!! PEACE
  2. big kountry

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    Thanks for the 8 years Jake an that sounds like an awesome menu
  3. mitchelangelo

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    the apes look amazing painted!! I will have to try that on some of the rusty ones in my shop
  4. big kountry

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    I was afraid it would be too much but it turned out good
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    Well not much on progress an I've fallen to the 2nd page but it's all good I've been checking out other biulds past an present getting ideas trying to make lighting an such things as that still stuck on lights just can't seem to come up with anything I feel fits my build I like
  6. kingfish254

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    It's great to surf through other builds until :idea: the "light" bulb goes off.
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    Here is your bunny save from page 2

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  8. big kountry

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    As I was surfing through othr builds the 1 thing I'm seeing is springers an truss frontends is running ramped so maybe I'll look into doing a homemade girder style froniend jus to be different
    thanks for the creepy bunny save Kingfish
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    So how are those girder forks coming along?
  10. big kountry

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    Not so good so far been out of commission for the last few days these broke toes are being troublesome to say the least :cry:
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    You shouldn't have taken up your buddy's challenge to try out the new Olympic sport of shin kicking.

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    Hope they heal soon.
  12. big kountry

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    Okay this isnt the frontend I am trying to come up with its a seat my seat to be exact what yall think is it a keeper
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  13. kingfish254

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    I think that will match well with your frame and bars!!!!
    Keep it coming!
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    Like the seat. Did mine with an old printed potato sack....works. Good job...
  15. big kountry

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    I just hope it holds I hot glued it not sure if its going last
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    looks beefy from this angle instead of cutting my seat post I drilled a hole an bolted the seat frame to the post gave me the low profile I wanted without butchering anything
  17. kingfish254

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    I like that seat man. Great match.
  18. big kountry

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    Thanks KIngfish it does match good an yes Bike2112 I did it myself it was easy I cut it to fit got the glue gun hot an went to town on it hopefully it will hold up good
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    got my new tires ordered should be in next week sometime soon as they get in going to mount them up put the chain on an shot pics its finished I can't see adding anything to the bike as it's a hot rod an hot rods are supposed to be light an fast for my taste less is more true to the name nuttin fancy is just that stripped not equipped
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    As I found out first hand, recovering a seat is an art, this is art.

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