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Projet coty class CC "Treesome"

Discussion in 'BUILDS' started by Mr-hot, Jul 22, 2009.

  1. Mr-hot

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    Donc pour les curieux ça sera un triporteur avec un système de direction comme une voiture avec des pivots et une suspension etc etc monté avec des jantes 144 rayons noir a l' avant et pneu 20/3.45 slick et une jantes de 10cm en 24 pouces 144 rayons "3 speed nexus" noir et pneu 24/3.45 slick

    si il sera fini mdr mdr :oops:




    So for the curious it is a TRIPORTEUR with a steering system like a car with suspension pivots and etc etc mounted with 144 rims black spokes and 20/3.45 slick tire and rims 24 inches 10cm in 144 rays "3 speed nexus" black and slick tire 24/3.45

    if it will be finished mdr mdr:
     
  2. thatismytruck

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    Please finish it!!! Nice work!
     
  3. chaley

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    I'll be watching this build! Looks like it will be tops.
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  4. herr_rudolf

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    I usually don't care too much for 'strange' bikes, but this looks quite interesting...
    Keeping my eye on this one.
    Good luck!
     
  5. Mr-hot

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  6. old skool

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    :shock: i follow this one
    i am sure this bike will be a beaty
     
  7. theVULTURE

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    WOW!!!! :shock: is that your garage?
    those wheels are sick
    looking foward to the finished product
     
  8. Mr-hot

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  9. thatismytruck

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    Luv it!! Very good work!!
     
  10. KOTA

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    Can't stop staring at it.
     
  11. mastronaut

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    That is innovative for sure! Cool! 8)
     
  12. thesuicideride

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    for some reason this view makes me think of a praying mantis.

    this thing is the bees knees! justin likey :D
     
  13. quicksilver

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    Holy cr#p! That thing is awesome! I'd love to see someone get it up on two wheels. :p
     
  14. JOScatRATrod

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    whoah...can you put some closer pictures here that show mechanical details like the steering linkage and the gear lever linkage?
     
  15. Dman

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    WOW! That is clever!
     
  16. Gdcast

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    She´s a real cooker !
    Wow, I want one of those!!
     
  17. C.S.

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    Yes, it is pretty.

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  18. C.S.

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  19. C.S.

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    It was my number one, because it's all about the design, with no extra bits & pieces, no chrome, no paint, no distractions.
     
  20. Uncle Stretch

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    Very nice design , and very well executed. :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
     

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