Discussion in 'BUILT FROM SCRATCH' started by deven_science, Dec 7, 2018.
that looks slick. i love the parts u are using. especially that front.
Cut the bars on the riser, and re-welded them with more of a sweep back for comfort.
Love the “exhaust.” Very creative. Great work.
Lot of work done. I cut apart the exhaust piping, and switched the sides, so that they would not interfere with the chain line. Then I put on a set of cranks, pedals, and a chain, quickly tacked o a coaster brake bracket, and took it for a test ride. It's still a long way to go with details, but it can ride.
Mounted an LED tail light, and an old 70s California motorcycle plate I've had for 10 years or so.
Looking very cool!
Very very cool. I hope you're gonna make it puff smoke out of the tail pipes with every pedal stroke.
After more hours than I'd care to admit, I finally finished mounting the tank, with the details that were in my head. Homemade shifter for the three speed, and an old school tubing gas gauge.
I love how almost everything on this build is unique. Everything blends so well together.
How did You make the front end of the seat pivot?
Thanks. The front of the seat is on a fence gate hinge.
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