Hardley Davison

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  1. Alienfac3

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    that looks slick. i love the parts u are using. especially that front.
     
  2. deven_science

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    Cut the bars on the riser, and re-welded them with more of a sweep back for comfort.
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  3. furyus

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    Love the “exhaust.” Very creative. Great work.

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    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.
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  5. LukeTheJoker

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    Very cool!
     
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  7. deven_science

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    Mounted an LED tail light, and an old 70s California motorcycle plate I've had for 10 years or so.
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    Looking very cool!
     
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  9. MadMick

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    Very very cool. I hope you're gonna make it puff smoke out of the tail pipes with every pedal stroke. :)
     
  10. deven_science

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    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.
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    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?
     
  12. deven_science

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    Thanks. The front of the seat is on a fence gate hinge.
     
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