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Forgot I used parts on this...... Bottom bracket, shell, crank arms and pedals. The 20" rear tire was used for widening the rear.
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Rad Rot - RRBBO #8 entry
Forks, handlebars, grips, front wheel, and front tire
Figured I should post this photo, because it shows two RRB OCC builds (my Fugsley and Josh's BOB).
And now for something completely different:
Here's a burrito using an OCC fork for it's front end, built in my shop by Cody.
I have another big OCC chopper fork for something else and a little one too, not sure what will become of them, but I think the little OCC chopper fork will go on my motorized bike in it's rebuild.
Sand Rover is such a wickedly cool little big bike!!!!! We definitely need to ride!!
Jake's muscle bike version of an OCC
Another muscle bike OCC
Awesome build with an OCC fork
OCC for a wife
Eraticator with some cool bars on an OCC fork
Tanks's cool girls muscle bike with OCC forks
Very clean OCC refurb
Ground Zero with OCC forks
Big apes on an OCC
Jake's Retro Ratto with OCC front wheel
Young American with OCC forks and bars
Here is the first chopper I ever built,I call it Hooligan!Its a OCC I streched 10" and moved the seat post back,Im using a WCC front end!
"If you can't fix it with a Hammer then you must have an electrical problem" my Apprentice
Let me put myself in line to buy the sand Rover if you ever sell it. I want it!
Coasters Kustom Bicycle club
"Cause it's cheaper than cars!"
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I'll start a list.
Absolutly LOVE this. Kick royal beep. This is my style. Now for my old build:
OK, Im still lame.......dont do pics yet......
But, mindtrip this: Just today I dropped the raked fork off the snowbank chrome OCC and stuck on a cheap MoZo RT20, 26"(I think) Mtn tele-fork (both forks are 1 1/8" threadless). I popped the stock OCC front wheel on, BUT, without the raked fork the wheel now will cross up the forward crankarm in a turn!! More scroungin' to do, guess I need a 20" front wheel........
But, anyway, the fork swap was a snap, so anybody wanting to put an OCC fork on something else with 1 1/8" will do fine, and the steer stem is way longgg.
A threadless stem with motorcycle clubman bars top the fork.
A seatback seatpost, yet to be welded into that huge OCC post, perches an old, wide vinyl Mesinger exercise bike saddle (hey, Im 6'1" x 210ish#).
This is still all mock-up stuff, but its kinda lookin' like a drag chopper bike, not the 'Lake Bike' I was originally thinkin'.
Oh, and if nobody has done it yet, I think I'll call it Morph........
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So many bikes, so little time.......
My hearse "Morticia"
16" OCC rims, tires and fenders on the rear and the legs with cast triple trees on the front.
Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity
This is my current in the works project.Its a 1941 Schwinn dx with 16" OCC ray forks and 24x3.0 tire.White paint and dx tank coming soon along with other stuff.
MAKING MESSES SINCE 1970
HiaWhatThe? RRB #7 build
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