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Woodies Pub Kruza

Discussion in 'BUILD OFF 3 FINISHED BIKES' started by jon, Aug 28, 2008.

  1. jon

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    Finally its done!

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    Hope you enjoy. had a blast building
    everyone did an awsome job, good luck!

    jon
     
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  2. sensor

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    thats great!i love the brake strap you did :mrgreen:
     
  3. KOTA

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    Man, that's a NICE bike! Lots of NEW ideas, that I'm sure will show up, in other peoples, future builds. NICELY done!
     
  4. Crassly

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    So, does it have 6 speeds? Nice job.
     
  5. texasbigjon

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    very sweet bike! gonna have to borrow a few details, for the future! btw,is that a functional dana 3-spd on the crank? :D
     
  6. jon

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    in theory yes 6 spd "thank you CCR" but i havent made it into 6th yet. and thank you crassly
     
  7. jon

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    yep bigjon , it works. rebuilt and repacked myself. and you have to look close theres a small black dot behind the shot glass, thats the taillight "small red lite"
     
  8. FOUND OBJECTS

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    Really Cool Build! Love the shot glass and all the fine touches you put on it!
    Great Color Choices too!
    Packer Fan Here! :D
     
  9. chimichanga

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    Jon that bike turned out really great man! I love the shot glass!
     
  10. CCR

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    nicely done jon !!! that fender looks SWEEEEETTTTT !!!! headbage aint bad neither :mrgreen: i dig it all really, tires, paint, bars, taillight :D

    awesome bike !!!
     
  11. ricksterr1221

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    Very nice !! Simple but alot of attention to detail. Great build. 8)
     
  13. ifitsfreeitsforme

    ifitsfreeitsforme Gold Member Pro Member

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    this thing is awesome. i could get really drunk on that bike.
     
  14. GTCOMA

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    what i like about it:

    Fenders
    Handlebars
    Shotglass tail light ( you should put one of those flaming shots in it and drive it around at night)
    Handlebars
    Tires
    Transmission
    Coaster Brake arm mount
    Paint
    Seat
    Bottle opener headbadge

    What I don't like about it:

    It's not mine...


    So if you fix that one little thing, you'll be sure to get my vote :wink:
     
  15. Gold Street Customs

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    Very nice, everything blends really well.It looks like a blast to drive. 8)
     
  16. aka_locojoe

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    Very cool. I hope it makes it here to the fest.
     
  17. LightenUpBikes

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  18. jon

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    if things go well it will be at the fest!!im feelin a pub crawl after?

    cup holder huh! whatcha tryin to say lightenup?. i could use one of those in fort collins next week.
     
  19. LightenUpBikes

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    Hey, a guy's gotta have something to hold him over while traveling from Pub to Pub!
     
  20. xddorox

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    Very cool build, every thing is there to sustain the theme and it's all put together great. By the way, I am so stealing that chain bracket holder idea. :mrgreen:
     

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