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Skunkworks Klunker

Discussion in 'FINISHED KLUNKERZ' started by necessaryevil, Nov 30, 2008.

  1. necessaryevil

    necessaryevil

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    Here's the build thread: viewtopic.php?f=27&t=10705
    Had a lot of fun on this build, definitely went outside of my normal taste and style this time. All parts were free (tires,cables $40)

    The Skunkworks Klunker:
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    Mission "Hill Bomb" was a success. Craft handled very well at supersonic speeds.
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    A special thanks to my little lady for braving the cold rain to snap pics of me being goofy.Congrats to all who participated in the klunker build-off. Can't wait for the next challenge. :)
     
  2. OUTLAW

    OUTLAW

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    that looks sooo sic. nice job

    Outlaw 8)
     
  3. Ed_Straker's_Rat

    Ed_Straker's_Rat

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    Man, those are cool looking forks. I love the white tires and cranks with the black frame. Great looking bike :)
     
  4. rusty513

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    We want to see the little lady take it down the hill, ha ha
     
  5. elvis51

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    dude could you maybe post some more pics up about the fork setup. maybe in the build threads? but bad ... bike!!!

    Easy E
     
  6. FOUND OBJECTS

    FOUND OBJECTS

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    Nice! Can't wait to see what you come up with for a space bike project!
     
  7. GodHatesCleveland

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    The double front fork should get an ingenuity award. Looks solid too.
     

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