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Schwinn "Liner" update 6-24

Discussion in 'BUILD OFF 5 BIKES' started by Hooch, May 1, 2010.

  1. Devilmaysay

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    Re: #2 (frame and name change)

    Looking cool Hooch...still thinking bout RAGBRAI this year sioux city as a kick off could be fun
     
  2. Hooch

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    Re: #2 (frame and name change)

    I might just go to Cedar Falls when they are there there is no way I could ride the whole thing
     
  3. Hooch

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    Re: #2 (frame and name change)

    I got my buddy Trent to machine a spacer to mount the rear bottom bracket in the dropouts
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  4. xddorox

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    Re: #2 (frame and name change)

    Nice clean set up Hooch.
     
  5. Hooch

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    Thanks Gerry
    hopefully tomorrow night I will have the frame attachment finished then strip it down and get the main part of the bike done then its time for the cargo setup :)
    [​IMG]
     
  6. icyuod2

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    Re: #2 (frame and name change)

    couldn't ya just use 1/2 a derailer or a zipline type pulley on a spring (with derailer sprocket) to deal with chain tension issues.)
    a springer rear end like that would be off the hook!

    i can see alot more of this style of bike surfacing on the site. i love em. too cool.
     
  7. Hooch

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    yea I probably could but I want to run a coaster brake and this will be hauling alot of stuff maybe a future build :)
     
  8. Hooch

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    I decided to name it Schwinn "Liner" since its gonna be a truck like a Freightliner :)
     
  9. bikeriderx

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    Nice! I'd like to have a pair of those for the frame jig I have planned...
     
  10. Hooch

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    Re: Schwinn "Liner"

    even though it wont show much I think I am going to do with painting the underside of the fenders "Fire Engine Red" :)
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  11. Hooch

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    Re: Schwinn "Liner"

    [​IMG]
     
  12. bikeriderx

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    Re: Schwinn "Liner"

    Dude! That's off the HOOK!! :mrgreen:
     
  13. Hooch

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    early chainguard that might get used
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    rear portion of the frames joint
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    the front joint will be held on thru the seat post clamp
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    rutrow design change time!!! More to come soon!

    [​IMG]
     
  14. garagegoon

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    Nuts! I love it! 8)
     
  15. bikeriderx

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    Cool! How did you bend that tight radius for the seat mount? :shock:
     
  16. icyuod2

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    looks like it was wrapped around a steel pole or trailor hitch??? am i close?


    the liner looks fantastic! love the seat mount.
     
  17. Hooch

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    actually it was a piece of 1/2" solid that was already bent like that thats laid around his shops for years.
    It will be welded to 2 seatpost clamps so the seat can be slid forward and back on the top tube
     
  18. bikeriderx

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    You 'da Man! :mrgreen:
     
  19. Hooch

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    I have had a few messages from people wondering if this build breaks the rules. what do you think? there is nothing even welded to the frame?
     
  20. karfer67

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    Re: Schwinn "Liner"

    no way this build is totally legal you have added to the original frame which as long as the original structure is not modified then you can do whatever you want. sorta like last year when someone entered a folding bike because you could take it apart and make whatever for the center section it sort of skirted the rules. but what you are building here is straight up cool and legal beagle in my book
     

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