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Old 12-13-2011, 01:17 AM
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Hey -- I just had a thought - working late here.

Exhaust has been routed under the seat and that has been finally
rejected as a bad idea for some obvious reasons. I am sure that no one
has ever ( except for Paulie ) thought "hey how about run the exhaust thru the gas tank!"
Pure genius there.

How about run the exhaust thru the seat?

Use a bladder that will fill with pressure and become a seat cushion?

Whadda ya think Paulie? Good idea for the next build-off?
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Old 12-13-2011, 05:51 AM
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Hey -- I just had a thought - working late here.

Exhaust has been routed under the seat and that has been finally
rejected as a bad idea for some obvious reasons. I am sure that no one
has ever ( except for Paulie ) thought "hey how about run the exhaust thru the gas tank!"
Pure genius there.

How about run the exhaust thru the seat?

Use a bladder that will fill with pressure and become a seat cushion?

Whadda ya think Paulie? Good idea for the next build-off?


Whoopic cushion bike?
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Old 12-13-2011, 06:11 AM
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Hey -- I just had a thought - working late here.

Exhaust has been routed under the seat and that has been finally
rejected as a bad idea for some obvious reasons. I am sure that no one
has ever ( except for Paulie ) thought "hey how about run the exhaust thru the gas tank!"
Pure genius there.

How about run the exhaust thru the seat?

Use a bladder that will fill with pressure and become a seat cushion?

Whadda ya think Paulie? Good idea for the next build-off?


.. I know billy lane run the pipes under the seat & under the rear fender... said it burned his ass.... he didnt have the all new pjd inflate a seat..just dont FART........
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Old 12-13-2011, 06:12 AM
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Whoopic cushion bike?
..just dont fart.......I could see jr bending over to blow up his ....seat........
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Old 12-13-2011, 06:36 AM
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..just dont fart.......I could see jr bending over to blow up his ....seat........
I'm sure he's been in that position before.
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Paul Jr's correct title is -


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Old 12-13-2011, 09:12 AM
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it must be true that Paul Jr is the bike god... he's got his very own thread now... 5 pages .. you go Pauly boy and poser fans that prob watch Jersey Shore and all that cool MTV reality shows!


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paulie is the snookie of the bike world
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Old 12-13-2011, 11:37 AM
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OK.........guys...............I think it's pretty much been established we all have the same opinion of Paul Jr in the custom motorcycle industry and it's culture.

Could we please move on to discuss the real builders............the ones who pioneered this industry, lifestyle and culture? How about we focus on this......................

Sugar Bear Chop in November issue of Horse magazine


................I'd love to see more talk about this guy and see more of his rides.
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Old 12-13-2011, 11:51 AM
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I thought this was the "All Chopper Talk" forum....you guys are worse than the bridge club down at the retirement home

here's a little comedy for ya'll




jesus...buncha old fuckin lady's
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Old 12-13-2011, 02:27 PM
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You know a dude is hard core when he's wearing his Metal Mullisha swim shorts from the mall...bet he's got an affliction t-shirt waiting for him on his beach towel too
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A busy day in the life of PJD.

10am Arrive to work
11am Order a frame from the catalogue
12 Order lunch, and unpack boxes from American Suspension
2pm Finish lunch, unpack more boxes of store bought parts
3pm Work up a sweat bolting on some parts, even grind a tank mount that was too long!
4pm Instruct the real fabricators to finish the welds that were tacked up and unpack the new Renegade wheels.
4.30pm Call the painter to fix up this mess with a gallon of bondo and paint it yellow
6pm Pick up trophy for the worlds best custom fabricator
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this isn't anything yet!

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it must be true that Paul Jr is the bike god... he's got his very own thread now... 5 pages .. you go Pauly boy and poser fans that prob watch Jersey Shore and all that cool MTV reality shows!


(yes, thats all sarcasm from me )

Just wait! Take a look at all the wasted space and time with the (sic) "build-off"! 70 plus pages! We'll see this crap for some time I think.... starting to actually make "The Horse" site bearable....jesus...
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Old 12-13-2011, 04:09 PM
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A busy day in the life of PJD.

10am Arrive to work
11am Order a frame from the catalogue
12 Order lunch, and unpack boxes from American Suspension
2pm Finish lunch, unpack more boxes of store bought parts
3pm Work up a sweat bolting on some parts, even grind a tank mount that was too long!
4pm Instruct the real fabricators to finish the welds that were tacked up and unpack the new Renegade wheels.
4.30pm Call the painter to fix up this mess with a gallon of bondo and paint it yellow
6pm Pick up trophy for the worlds best custom fabricator
You forgot the most important parts -
9am - go to the bank and deposit a shit load of money.
1pm - go to the bank and deposit another shit load of money.
5pm - go to the bank and deposit another shit load of money.

12 midnight - dream about all the fuckers that hate you yet still watch your shit on TV so you can get more shit loads of money.
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Old 12-13-2011, 04:51 PM
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