PAY IT BACK new pics 8/09 ITS DONE

Nov 30, 2006
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yes it is a threadless fork that can be cut down like any other fork. what makes it different is the intigrated stem setup but it looks too modern on this bike. and the brake fluid is for my truck lol. oh and you can never have too many :mrgreen:
 
Nov 30, 2006
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no fear after i tossed that fork on there i sat back and a few things went through my head. first it looks too modern cause it is billet. and second that sensor and hooch are going to rip me for it because it is billet :lol:
 
Nov 30, 2006
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ah now i see again no worries. that is the spare off my buddy's chevy truck. funny thing is the wheels are the only bling thing on it otherwise it is a beat up work truck. dont fear it is nothing to do with my stuff. but i am still going to do something totally different with the fork and i think i am going to have to make the whole thing should be intersting
 
Sep 27, 2007
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okay......good to hear that its not yours!
well ive had an idea for a springer fork that i havent got around to building yet ill send you a picture of what i was thinking if you want to use it
 
Nov 30, 2006
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i like that idea but you know i have to do something even more edgy i have it in my mind now i just need some money to get tubing. tonight i am working on rebuilding the hand shift bendex 2 spd hub i will be using they are actually really simple inside and polishing it is really the most consuming part. oh and if any of you have wondered what color she will be your looking at it raw polished metal
 

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Dec 4, 2006
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Great of you to build for the kid. Give him a real bike with some personality. Raw metal is always nice. Are you going to clearcoat it or just oil it?