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RRBBO - Road Disaster

Discussion in 'BUILD OFF 1 BIKES' started by yeshoney, Jan 6, 2007.

  1. Hooch

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    joe is being way to quiet with this on hmmmmmm :mrgreen:
     
  2. yeshoney

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    Deadlines, Deadlines,...

    OK, I am back in the game here. Unfourtunately I have not been able to procure a girls/ladies springer fork, so I am gonna go with a standard, period correct fork. It won't have the look I want, but I will change it out when I come across what I am looking for. I got my Nexus Inter 7 part and it has been installed and so has the wheel. I have a few suprises I am working that I will reveal when the bike is done. But since I don't have the fork installed (paint is drying) I can't get pics even if I wanted to. I am still in need of a seat tube that acts like a goose neck. If anyone has one of these I need it. Dumpster Diver promised me twice to get me pics, but I know he is busy and was having computer probs or something. Got a couple of new parts to show, but will list them in the collector section. All 4 now! Check back for pics. 60 degrees by Wednesday, ,YEAh!
     
  3. ricksterr1221

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    Re: Deadlines, Deadlines,...

    HECK YES!!!! 60 TOMORROW HERE! Schwinnies TIME FOR UR BATHS!
     
  4. Rat Rod

    Rat Rod Owner & Founder Head Honcho Moderator

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  5. yeshoney

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    A few pics... But not quite done..

    Still have the brakes to deal with, but that is the least of my worries. It seams everything else works good. I have a skull shift knob coming, but until then I used half a Raleigh Chopper 3+2 knob. I had to duplicate the shifter handle geometry so that the Nexus would still go forward and backward. I am not sure about the handlebars yet. THey are different, but not traditional. Well enjoy the pics!

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  6. Larry

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    sweet!
     
  7. Clothespin n

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    SCHWEEEET!

    your teasing with the Black and Whites.. :lol: :lol:

    Those bars look killer!

    peace,
    Kev.
     
  8. CCR

    CCR Mouth-Breather Moderator

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    nice lookin lady ya got there, never seen bars like that before neither !!!
     
  9. Chainsaw

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    Hey my wife's got a pair of them bars for the 3 wheeler she's building! Them some big ol' honking bars aren't they. Nothing shows detail better than B&Ws, good choice! Bike turned out real nice. I could look at them pics all day but let's see the colors too.
    Way to Go,
    Chainsaw
     
  10. cman

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    The lines on that bike with the chaingaurd are beautifull. Curves in all the right places. The black and white pics make it look great.
     

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