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You have rely built a nice trike. Seriously lovin it!
Thx guys! You win-the light stays, but I had to switch the f sprocket and carrier back to the rh side- I don't like it as much aesthetically, but functions way better. I'm in the process of getting the brakes going and the fenders painted now...
Suicide brake: ON!!!
The new carrier setup
so with the back bar on pushin out do ya have enough force so the wheel bolts don't bend. liken the fenders an the red on the lite was a great choice. am liken this even more. great job.
Yeah man, it seems to be holding well. I braced it across the top and front-so far so good. I actually like it better w the fenders now lol. I'm gonna take it for a spin tonight, so hopefully everything is good to go.
Man that looks gOOOOOd!!!!The fenders finish it off perfectly!Your paint skills are over the top,that is the best weathered look paint Ive ever seen!!!
"If you can't fix it with a Hammer then you must have an electrical problem" my Apprentice
Many thanks to all for the props! I wish I could say it was a stroke of genius that made this thing come togetherlike it has, but in reality it was just a stroke of luck lol. Outlaw- i had put a pin thru the axel to keep the sprocket from spinning off (since it was on the lh side) which weakened it and cased it to break. I tried various other ways before the pin with no luck.
Just got the seat back today...Super stoked about it
Got everything buttoned up this weekend and was able to cruise it in our town's Christmas parade yesterday. This thing is a blast to ride-I hate to see it go, but the new owner is picking it up on Wed. I guess it's time to start a new one
Me and my boy Josh pre-parading...
Me straight Cheezin'...
The trike and the Bobber with its new weekend makeover...
Thx again guys for all of the good feedback-it definitely pushed me on this one.
Thx man! This def won't be the last one...I'm kinda hooked on em now. The patina is all done with a couple of layers of base, some sandpaper and an airbrush, then flat clear.
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