Discussion in 'BUILD OFF #8 - ANYTHING GOES BIKES' started by Chris Crew, May 4, 2013.
Cool tank work there!!!
love the tank work
Got a line on a wicked fork from the RRB forum.
Cool! Looking forward to seeing it!
More sanding, more priming followed by more sanding, a little frame bending and some pillow block sawing went on in the Elm Street Shops and Foundry.
I was able to stretch the frame enough for balloon tires without any cutting--life is good.
were dose the mannequin go?
Ok, maybe for the next build off . . .
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pl ... tylFugOT_4
Got the wheels put together and painted.
Shout out to Flythe Bicycles on West Street in Raleigh NC for the hookup. Reasonable price and fast turn around on the order.
Waiting for the fork to arrive.
Say hello to my leetle fork.
Thanks for the solid, Walker.
Very nice fork!
Great work so far!
The fork makes all the difference in the world! :wink:
Saturday I fabbed a seat post--thanks for the steel rod, Pop.
Tweaked a few things and did the final mock-up assembly--next week it all gets torn down for final paint and re-assembly.
Seat post looks a little long.
That's more like it.
End of the day at Elm Street Shops and Foundry
Final mock-up--coming apart for final paint next week.
That long seatpost pic is hilarious!!
The humidity finally dropped enough for the paint to dry so I did some assembly--brake connected, motor mounted
chains and controls are next
attached controls, installed drive chains, it rolls and the brake works
next week fab an exhaust, wire the ignition . . .
You do relize that there is a naked women stalking you in the garage.... :lol: :lol: :lol:
This is coming along great...Just purchased a motor myself,but its still sitting on the living room floor... :mrgreen:
keep up the good work,the end is near...
Very cool bike! Like the tank it really looks great! 8)
Turned out really slick!!
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