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  1. Larry

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    It's an ebay find.

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    thats a killer looking bike larry!
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    Those Fat Slicks are The Bomb!

    The bike looks like The Mean Kid at School
    that you can see over your shoulder ,chasing you down ,as your
    running for your life....

    it's got a real Tough look to it,
    very cool!

    peace,
    Kev.
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    Nicely done! Now if the revenuers and 'shine-runners had used bicycles, I think they'd look just like this one. :D

    -Mp
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    Dude this is one of my new fav bikes! I love this bike oh man! It looks good with these tires what kind are they, Man throw some ape hangers on it and Leave the seat its good. I LOVE IT!! Good work
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    Just about done. I switched out the bars and saddle. It handles great and tracks straight.

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    Larry..
    I'm guessing your tall :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

    The Bike looks great!

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    6'2", but the frame is small, and I like full extension on my legs.
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    very cool Larry, no room for error with those tires ....tight

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