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This build is freakin awsome I can't wait to see more
the bike is at my painter who makes the mastic and after painting
otherwise, I found two speedometer Pulley
Original it is like this:
The drive is in production and attaches to the spokes:
I restored the first to put it on my velosolex of 1953
I modified the second to put on the swing monster bike! (dragster-like)
the shift light and made from copper tube and silver solder for Chrome
for test on my limo bike
This thing is beautiful. Good on you sir! great ideas!
Every scrape, every bump, every little spot of rust you cringe at I glorify and ride proud. Because at the end of the day, it's another story, another badge, and another song to be sung.
i use a 1,5 milimeter sheet of metal
the shift light is not fonctionnal and i drop the spoked sprocket to make a 3 speed sprocket gearbox
-sealants are finished
-the first coat of paint is placed, it will remain gloss
otherwise there is no speed ......
I drop the spoked sprocket
and I begins manufacturing a gearbox in the crank!
Right on glad you are back at this! Great fab work
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So far this is my favorite bike .....ever ,and its not even done yet
What would Jesus ride???
this thing is like a NASA type of build! awesome!
You've got some serious skills,dude. RESPECT!!
you are one talented dude nuff said
"IN RUST WE TRUST" Jalopy Jimmy
Brilliant! Incredible! Inspiring!
It's obvious you're intelligent, talanted, and artistic with fantastic vision.
Makes most of us (me) look like amateurs. My hat is off to you Sir.
Thank you for sharing your plans and how to's.
This thread is another example of why this forum is powerfull.
Great job to everyone who contributes.
We are all truly blessed.
The day you stop learning is the day you step foot in the grave.
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