Chop, Cut, Shuffle...now Fat-Bottomed Girl... Finished!

Discussion in 'BUILD OFF 12 FINISHED BIKES' started by auditech10, Aug 6, 2017.

  1. auditech10

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    I still can't believe I put a Porsche wheel on a bicycle. The fact that it is comfortable to ride is even more amazing.

    Thank you for all the support from the forum, but most of all, from my wife. She has been my biggest cheerleader during this entire build. Not once did she complain about the long hours spent in the garage. Is there an award for most supportive wife? If not, there should be.
     
  2. KOTA

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    She looks absolutely gorgeous! Nicely engineered. Great riding video!
     
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  3. Jake Sensi

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    SWEEEET. YA GONNA GO DOWN IN HISTORY FOR THIS ONE.

    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N900A using Tapatalk
     
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  4. OddJob

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    Awesome work! Your perfectionism came through in shining colors on this one! True work of functional art. :41:

    And the ride vid is cool. Tell your wife she is also a top notch videographer.
     
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  5. idiotboy

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    glad you decided not to put the spikes on the fender, it looks perfect the way it is!
     
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  6. sdframe

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    SUPERB!!! Kudos to you AND your wife.
     
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  7. metalchewy

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    Great looking full size tyres bike. Awesome job.
     
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  8. scrumblero

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    That really turned out sweet! Great lob!
     
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  9. Chad T

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    Incredible build man! Very factory looking for a bike-with-a-car-wheel build. Turned out amazingly cool!
     
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  10. Scribble

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    Whoa :13:
     
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  11. 2dawgs

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    Cool drive system. No kickstand needed with the monster rear tire.
     
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  12. kirkpatrick

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    Dude, that must get all kinds of attention, beautiful job.
     
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  13. The Renaissance Man

    The Renaissance Man __CERTIFIED DIVER__ (Open Water & Open Dumpster) Pro Member

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    Nice clean job on the bike and the photos too!

    That thing is looong! I got a kick out of the three point turn in the video!:bigsmile:
     
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  14. jodphoto

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    Totally sick. I love it.
     
  15. Joe Conde

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    My jaw just dropped! dayummmmmn!
     

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