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  1. Chad T

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    Gonna be a real joy to slide an axle up those beauties....nice! Can see where you're going with the welding.

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    Was like taking candy from a baby once I saw Falstaff said something about sears...Chad T is also a '67...bike in the av is too.
     
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  2. PublicNuisance

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    Awesome as always - love rolling your builds!
     
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  3. The Renaissance Man

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    Here's something I've been working on yesterday and today.
    JET.jpg

    Just a teaser, it will make more sense when I get it finalized and welded later today.
     
  4. Falstaff

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    That's either a really cool rack, or an intricate kickstand. Maybe?
     
  5. RustyGold

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    Seat frame?
     
  6. kingfish254

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    You must have really been in your quoise today.
     
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  7. Chad T

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    Very quoisey.

    Think Falstaff has it with rack. RustyGold beat me to seat pan as well.....:39:...both good guesses. I'd say rack.

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  8. gowjobs

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    Sissybar/kickstand combo I'm betting.
     
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  9. Falstaff

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    I can see that.
     
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  10. deorman

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    Supports for the kitchen sink. :crazy:
     
  11. arty dave

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    flux capacitor support braces?
     
  12. macncheese

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    Wheelie bar or tv antenna?
     
  13. handyandy1100

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    Branding iron for elephants?

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  14. The Renaissance Man

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

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    Wow, there are a lot of creative guesses! That was fun!:happy:

    I have to admit that I purposely left out two parts of this puzzle that would have made it easy. And I did have a little moment of quoise when I rearranged the pieces for the photo.

    Here's a give away clue in this action shot...
    DROP EDGES.jpg
     
  15. kingfish254

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    Ah yes, beefy dropout trim arranged in an artistically quoise manner in the previous TRM art gallery photo.
     
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  16. GuitarlCarl

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    Do you have some tubing slices in appropriate sizes
    to trim out the speed holes?
    (lets make it really complicated)

    Carl.
     
  17. The Renaissance Man

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    That's a great idea Carl! I'll have to scrounge around to see if I can find three sizes that are close.:cool2:

    Here's a couple of glam shots of the dropouts.
    Dropouts 1.jpg Dropouts 2.jpg
     
  18. SSG

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    nice!
     
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  19. handyandy1100

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    Those look cool. Nevermind that my first thought was Santa's sleigh.

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  20. Falstaff

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    They have an industrial I beam look to them. Nice.
     

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