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Old 10-12-2008, 08:32 AM
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Old 10-12-2008, 08:10 PM
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Hi, Neat bike matey. Can you tell me where you got the rigid (hardtail) back end for your frame. Its exactly what I,m looking. most I've seen are too long or out of propotion in some way. yours looks neat, simple, and clean.
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Old 10-27-2008, 11:47 PM
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I agree with you, most hardtails are to long for my taste as well. I my self prefer a compact motorcycle without any gaps. I kept an eye on ebay for over a year before I could find a rear section that fulfilled my desires. Sorry for not being able to be of any help to you.
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Added chrome to the tank, I am very discontent, liked the blue paint much better, lots of money wasted.
Also painted the front rim as a test, turned out nice I think. I will paint the aft rim as well, come winter time. Have to put some time between me and the front wheel job. God I hate respoking wheels, drives me insane.

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Dude.....SWEET BIKE! Let's put one of my little 13x9.5" Anvil Seats on it......these seats look PERFECT on these Triumphs.....like they were designed for them. The high kick up in the rear just looks bad-to-the-bone.....and did I mention FAST!?

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Cool brit you got there. I liked the blue tank better too but thats just my 2 cents worth. Enjoy.
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Old 07-16-2009, 11:25 PM
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Hi, Neat bike matey. Can you tell me where you got the rigid (hardtail) back end for your frame. Its exactly what I,m looking. most I've seen are too long or out of propotion in some way. yours looks neat, simple, and clean.
You should check out Trumpnutcycleparts.com. They only have a 2" stretch on their bolt on hard tails.
Nice bike too, hamga! I like the 18" rear wheel. Looks like you've changed your mind a few times on some stuff. I know how that goes!
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Old 07-30-2009, 11:00 PM
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I'm diggin that chrome tank man ! all it needs is some paint to really finish it off like the old 40's preunit did . Or how BSA ran chrome tanks then just painted the center . Maybe a candy dark blue with chrome scallops would look killer .
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That thing is BAD ASS! That is exactly what I want someday, right now all I can afford is a Honda, but someday! Nice build.
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I laced up new wheels again, this time chrome 16Ē rear, canít seem to make up my mind. I am also installing a belt drive primary.

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